The secret to getting your dog to stop digging holes
Protect your lawn with this hack
Dogs may be a man's best friend, but they are surely a backyard's enemy. If your canine is obsessed with digging holes in your lawn, fear not because there are a few unique tricks to deter them from destruction.
The most common reason dogs dig holes in the ground is because their keen sense of smell alerts them to something underneath. Whether it is a gopher, rat, or squirrel or another animal's droppings, they think they can dig and find whatever they smell.
As a way to deter them from digging tons of holes all over the yard, the best thing to do is designate one area for them to focus on and bury treats far down below.
If you want to curb the digging altogether, bad smelling repellents such as citrus peels, cayenne, or vinegar will deter them from the lawn. These common household products have been proven to be uncomfortable for dogs but not harmful.
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