Although puppies are quite cute it isn't fun when they invade our gardens! So here are a couple of ideas to help out.
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they want to do what you are doing the puppy sees you in garden digging/messing around they want to too. However you need to train it not to go in that area for any reason - just like housebreaking it will learn what you want it too; put up chicken wire fence to keep it out;if it is a digging breed give it it's own digging area teach it it's ok there and no where else; I have 3 dogs & 6 cats and they do not get in any of my gardens even when I'm not out with them.if it's trying to get in there to get cool because maybe it's wetter/cooler you need to wet down another area of your yard so it can cool off. I hate calling it "IT" but you don't say if it's boy,a girl or call the puppy by name.Have you bonded with your dog yet? it will make the whole process of training the little one so much easier
they sound like they have happy life, they just want to please us-just keep letting her know she should not be in that area, if you can "not" use a fence that would be best otherwise she'll always be curious about that space.just keep reminding her that if she gets in there it makes you unhappy, thats why I asked about being bonded she'll understand if you are upset and want to please you, so also remember to let her know when/if you are in it & she stays outside the garden edge how happy it makes you how good she is-him too.
Hi Ginette, this link should help you
I use this to keep cats out of my garden. It works great without hurting them! https://amzn.to/2G92DLd
A fence !!!! Give your dog several outdoor play toys to distract him !