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Old 08-04-2009, 10:08 AM
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Hi all

Im brand new to the forum

Hopefully will be asking lots of questions

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??

Thanx in advance for any help or advice
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Old 08-04-2009, 10:45 AM
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Just thought I would add an image to show you the fence on the right of the pond to maybe help with suggestions


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"Jimgentracer" wrote:

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??


Electrical plants.



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Old 08-04-2009, 09:28 PM
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hahaha

wife said that too

Oh well other than get rid of dogs not sure what to do

and thats not happening!
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Old 09-04-2009, 01:21 AM posted to rec.gardens
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On Apr 8, 12:48*pm, "brooklyn1" wrote:
"Jimgentracer" wrote:

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??


Electrical plants.


How about plants with great big thorns?
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Old 09-04-2009, 12:07 PM posted to rec.gardens
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Jimgentracer wrote in
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Oh well other than get rid of dogs not sure what to do
and thats not happening!


well, i have 4 dogs, from a Great Pyranees/Border Collie down to a
Boston Terrier. they either go out on a lead or they go into the dog
play yard. they don't mess up the gardens.
if you want nice gardens, make the dogs a play yard. use the fence
to grow pretty non-toxic vines.
lee
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Thnx Lee

Our spaniels go for a daily walk 3 miles to the river Towy

They unfortunately have no area or space to make a specific dog yard

We do have Honeysuckle and Clematis planted on the wire fencing as suggested

I was just wondering if there was that "magic" keep dogs away plant out there

I dont want to harm my dogs

just deter them from cocking up the damn Lavender or any other shrub which they take fancy too hahaha

I will persevere as is

we are planting 100 plus sweet peas along the fence this year to develop colour and hopefully sweet smells

fingers crossed it works

and legs crossed for the dogs hopefully hahaha
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Old 10-04-2009, 10:40 PM
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My Labrador said he hates all shrubs, but everything else is fine.
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well I can honestly say Im happy to hear that

although my Spaniels are taking their name to its full entirety by cocking their legs up anything



They are COCKER spaniels HAHAHAHA
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"Jimgentracer" wrote in message
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Hi all

Im brand new to the forum

Hopefully will be asking lots of questions

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??

Thanx in advance for any help or advice




--
Jimgentracer


Dogs like men, **** on anything. Dogs and other species use urine to mark
territory. Doesn't matter what they go on as nothing is touching their
outlet for marking said territory at time of marking. These are male of
said species usually for obvious reasons. Dogs are more likely to **** on
the fenceline area as that's obviously the extent of their territory. I
haven't found any plant species that a dog won't **** on. or near while
marking their territory. In a addition, a dog does not peruse the odor of
what it ****es on prior to doing so. Afterwards, sometimes. Conclusion:
don't waste your time....
--
Dave
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"Dioclese" NONE wrote in message
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"Jimgentracer" wrote in message
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Hi all

Im brand new to the forum

Hopefully will be asking lots of questions

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??

Thanx in advance for any help or advice




--
Jimgentracer


Dogs like men, **** on anything. Dogs and other species use urine to mark
territory. Doesn't matter what they go on as nothing is touching their
outlet for marking said territory at time of marking. These are male of
said species usually for obvious reasons. Dogs are more likely to **** on
the fenceline area as that's obviously the extent of their territory. I
haven't found any plant species that a dog won't **** on. or near while
marking their territory. In a addition, a dog does not peruse the odor of
what it ****es on prior to doing so. Afterwards, sometimes. Conclusion:
don't waste your time....

All true, and male dogs don't care whose leg they hump either, even a piano
leg. But let's not lose sight of all the facts, bitches will wiggle their
butts everywhere, for anyone, and they mark their territory too, but they
use a different source of pheremones, dog bitches like women bitches don't
care where they rub there thingie, your lawn, your carpet, or your bed...
and male dogs aren't sniffing bitches butts, that's bitches rubbing it in
their face... women do exactly the same. hehe




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Old 11-04-2009, 11:55 AM
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Thanks all

I get the picture

and we maybe taking this that one step too far lol

I now decided to join the dogs and urinate on my fence!

In the hope some bitch comes along and wiggles her butt at me HAHAHA

If yer cant beat em Join em

seriously

Thanks again

Its been fun
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"brooklyn1" wrote in message
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"Dioclese" NONE wrote in message
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"Jimgentracer" wrote in message
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Hi all

Im brand new to the forum

Hopefully will be asking lots of questions

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??

Thanx in advance for any help or advice




--
Jimgentracer


Dogs like men, **** on anything. Dogs and other species use urine to
mark territory. Doesn't matter what they go on as nothing is touching
their outlet for marking said territory at time of marking. These are
male of said species usually for obvious reasons. Dogs are more likely
to **** on the fenceline area as that's obviously the extent of their
territory. I haven't found any plant species that a dog won't **** on.
or near while marking their territory. In a addition, a dog does not
peruse the odor of what it ****es on prior to doing so. Afterwards,
sometimes. Conclusion: don't waste your time....

All true, and male dogs don't care whose leg they hump either, even a
piano leg. But let's not lose sight of all the facts, bitches will wiggle
their butts everywhere, for anyone, and they mark their territory too, but
they use a different source of pheremones, dog bitches like women bitches
don't care where they rub there thingie, your lawn, your carpet, or your
bed... and male dogs aren't sniffing bitches butts, that's bitches rubbing
it in their face... women do exactly the same. hehe





One of my neighbor's dogs got loose last year. I forget the breed. He was
at least 120 lbs, and seemed lean. I'm 6', and this dog's shoulders were
even with my top hip level. Anyway, this dog, out of domination of the area
neighborhood, ****ed the exterior border of the fenceline in a few places.
Drove my dogs crazy. I've never seen a bitch marking a territory under
circumstances like that. They seem to need peace and contentment before
marking.
--
Dave


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Quote:
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"brooklyn1" wrote in message
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"Dioclese" NONE wrote in message
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"Jimgentracer"
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Hi all

Im brand new to the forum

Hopefully will be asking lots of questions

Can anyone tell me what type of plants/shrubs can I plant alongside my
fence to DISTRACT dogs from fouling on them??

Thanx in advance for any help or advice




--
Jimgentracer


Dogs like men, **** on anything. Dogs and other species use urine to
mark territory. Doesn't matter what they go on as nothing is touching
their outlet for marking said territory at time of marking. These are
male of said species usually for obvious reasons. Dogs are more likely
to **** on the fenceline area as that's obviously the extent of their
territory. I haven't found any plant species that a dog won't **** on.
or near while marking their territory. In a addition, a dog does not
peruse the odor of what it ****es on prior to doing so. Afterwards,
sometimes. Conclusion: don't waste your time....

All true, and male dogs don't care whose leg they hump either, even a
piano leg. But let's not lose sight of all the facts, bitches will wiggle
their butts everywhere, for anyone, and they mark their territory too, but
they use a different source of pheremones, dog bitches like women bitches
don't care where they rub there thingie, your lawn, your carpet, or your
bed... and male dogs aren't sniffing bitches butts, that's bitches rubbing
it in their face... women do exactly the same. hehe





One of my neighbor's dogs got loose last year. I forget the breed. He was
at least 120 lbs, and seemed lean. I'm 6', and this dog's shoulders were
even with my top hip level. Anyway, this dog, out of domination of the area
neighborhood, ****ed the exterior border of the fenceline in a few places.
Drove my dogs crazy. I've never seen a bitch marking a territory under
circumstances like that. They seem to need peace and contentment before
marking.
--
Dave
Hah more spaniels destroying a garden. As the owner of 2 working cocker spaniels I can fully sympathise with you. Mine are both bitches and believe me they both have given my garden a good bashing. I don't have your problem but, my youngest cocker thinks all emerging plants are there for her to dig up and the older one believes our pond is her personal paddling pool. Little horrors but I wouldn't be without them. They make me use my brain through the need to outwit them. Sadly the pond is going. I know when I'm beat. There is no way I can section a part of our garden off for them and they get hours off lead exercise every day.
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one reason I have raised beds. but they still cause "winter kill". and mine are
little guys. I had the garden itself blocked off until last year for a little
construction, but then it was open and my azalea suffered. INgrid

On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 19:06:53 -0500, "Dioclese" NONE wrote:
Dogs like men, **** on anything.

 




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