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Man's best friend may be great for companionship, but it wreaks havoc on gardens and upholstery. Whatever the reasons you want to keep a dog away, there are many dog repellants that are easy and cheap to make at home. All of the repellents listed below are 100 percent safe for dogs and the environment. Citrus Dogs ...


Tip. Some dogs are discouraged by the pungent aroma of white vinegar sprayed around the perimeter of the yard. A few dashes of cayenne pepper make the spray even more unpleasant for a dog's sensitive nose. Homemade dog repellent is also effective for animals such as skunks, raccoons and deer.


Aug 1, 2016 ... If you prefer the natural ways to keep dogs out of your garden, then homemade dog repellent is for you. Nothing could be more natural than using plants you may even have in your garden now. Find out how you can easily turn ordinary household stuff and plants into a homemade spray, that will help keep ...


Feb 2, 2017 ... This DIY Dog Deterrent Spray can help stop indoor accidents and keep your dogs from urinating in your home. DIY Dog Deterrent Spray - Helps Stop Indoor Accidents. This fall, we added a new addition to our family. Nash (that cutie you see above), had just turned a year old, and we really felt like he ...


Sep 24, 2017 ... Read about some of the best ways to keep dogs away from yards, without harming them in any way, including effective dog repellents.


The smell and taste of bitter apple spray discourages dogs from chewing on furniture and other items in the home, but frequently buying the product at pet stores can be pricy.


Dogs respond better to taste deterrents than they do to odorous or touch-based products. Taste repellents are ideal for keeping your pup away from things he likes to chew on. Of the natural and homemade taste repellents, hot pepper spray is among the most effective. The active ingredient in hot peppers is capsaicin, the  ...


Sep 15, 2016 ... If you have a new puppy or an old one with bad manners, you might be facing problems like him/her chewing on furniture and shoes and/or digging up your plants. Let's face it, you can't always monitor their every move to prevent such accidents. So, what do you do? Have you considered homemade dog ...


Mar 31, 2015 ... By Heather Rhoades. Dogs are a very popular house pet but they are not always the best things for our garden. Whether you are looking to keep your own dog out of some parts of the garden or keep the neighbor's dog out, there are many natural and organic methods to do this. Let's take a look at a few.