Oh all sounds wonderful.... got a soft spot for little Basil, you are so lucky he's beautiful.... sorry Basil handsome... just like his big brother, what a lovely pack x
More thrilled than you could possibly imagine. He has such a lovely character. I'm sure there'll be challenges along the way but I feel so much more relaxed about bringing up a pup second time round and that's bound to rub off on him a bit.Karen, great to hear how well little Basil is doing. Lovely photos too .....so cute the way he stands on his hind legs to get up on the other dogs' level! He's gorgeous, you must be thrilled.
Any garden centre. Decorative bark. xxLovely pics - what a star! Thanks for the bark idea - we had a similar idea and have a huge old guinea pig cage base that we have lined with puppy pads but. Bark sounds better. Where did you get it from.
Sadly Donna adult dog pee still turns the grass brown. The nitrates in the wee are generally good for the grass but it is too concentrated and therefore burns the grass. You will find that a ring of really lush grass grows around the brown patch! If you are worried about the patches then follow Buddy out with a watering can and dilute the pee immediately. The good thing about a male dog is that once they are cocking their legs they will tend to pee against something so that might save the middle of your lawn. However, Rufus is now 2 years old and still doing girlie wees .....with his back leg lifted slightly! Lol.He is gorg,and thats a genius idea about the toilet ! must say my grass is looking sorry for its self with all the little brown patches .Someone did say the grass only turns brown from puppy wee not adult ??? does anyone know if this is correct??