If you’re anything like us, you really love your dog (or dogs). Also like us, you probably really love your lawn as well. The trouble is, as we both know, dogs and lush lawns don’t always mix well. That’s because dogs can cause lawn damage in a number of ways. Whether your dog is digging in the yard, tearing it up by running, or damaging it with urine burns, the challenge remains how to maintain a beautiful lawn while still enjoying it with your canine companion.
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While it would be nice if the weather always offered the ideal conditions for your lawn to thrive - 60 degrees at night and 80 degrees during the day with a perfect two-inches of soft, steady rain each week - the truth is, weather sometimes throws a curveball. Whether it’s lawn care and rain, lawn care and hot weather, or lawn care during cold periods, dealing with Mother Nature is part of the job.
In this DIY world, there’s a good chance you might be considering tackling lawn care on your own. After all, why pay for something that you could easily do yourself? But therein lies the big question—how easy is it to really do lawn care on your own?
There may be a number of reasons that you think DIY lawn care makes sense for you. But there are a lot of important points to consider before making that leap.
So, in this article, we’ll be exploring some of the pros and cons of taking over your own lawn care in order to help you make an educated decision.
Like many others, you may have found yourself caught up with the hustle and bustle of fall and put some of your outdoor tasks on the backburner. While autumn weekends get busy, there’s no doubt that some lawn care tasks are best to do this time of year.
Proper timing is important and getting these tasks done now will not only mean a healthier lawn but will give you a jumpstart on spring.