I might have to make a trip to Bunnings myself. Ours is good half the time and goes down the bottom (we have a 3 tier garden and want her to go right down the bottom). The other half she goes on the lawn on the top tier where DS plays. I've tried lots of different things to deter her, but hadn't heard of those granules before. Might give them a go!
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19-01-2012 19:12 #12
we made a home-made bitter apple spray to spray on things we dont want our dog chewing or pooping near. its simple and cheap.
1 cup white vinegar
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup water
mix and put in spray bottle. spray wherever you need to. re-do every 3-4days and apparently after a few months they'll just learn to leave certain spots alone
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