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Before ever getting a dog, there are several things you should do to help reduce the likelihood of your dog helping you kill weeds. Firstly, be sure to properly prepare your yard for landscaping by removing any patches of grass or other plants that will prevent good drainage. Next, plant turfgrass in areas where you don’t want vegetation and weed killer won’t do the job Properly training your dog not to pull up weeds is also important; if they see weeds as something unpleasant to touch or eat they may resist temptation to pull them up. Remember that not all dogs will be successful with this approach and some may actually escalate their desire to help out by eating more weed seeds. In conclusion, taking these simple steps will go a long way in helping keep your yard healthy and free from pesky weed gardens!

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When it comes to keeping bird species, many homeowners flock to the common lovebird. The primary reason? They’re relatively inexpensive and easy keepers. But is that all there is to lovebirds? In a word: no.

Lovebirds have a lot going for them, including their colorful plumage, small size (less than 12 inches long), and sweet disposition. And they make wonderful pets! Here are three ways you can use lovebirds in your home:

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If you notice that your cat has unexpectedly urinated or sprayed something outside the home, it is important to determine the source of the behavior. There are several ways to do this:

– Observe your cat in an environment where they have recently sprayed (like near a sewage drain or around other cats). Does he behave aggressively or try to hide when you approach? If so, your cat is likely spraying as a way of defending territory.

– Withhold food and water from your cat for 24 hours if they have sprayed inside the home. This may tempt them to stop spraying and use their litter box instead.

– Place several small plates with food in different locations inside and outside of the home. Watch to see if your cat tries to eat from any of these dishes – this will help identify where they are choosing to relieve themselves.

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