How can I makeover my yard without using grass/weeds (dog allergic)?

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I am handicapped so gravel or stones is out, it would cost a fortune to hire someone to put down pavers, any ideas?

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  • Ann Ann on Jul 07, 2019

    maybe a vet can prescribe some medicine for your dog-might be cheaper in the long run!

  • Where do you live Arlene? Does it snow? How big is the yard? Pavers would be the least expensive option overall. Even if you have a faux grass installed, that will cost much more than pavers. Even though a lawn is not in the picture, you still need a soft area for the dog to roll around on and lay in.

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    • So welcome! I hope it works out as that would be easy maintenance if your dog can tolerate the clover or thyme. One less thing to worry about.

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Jul 07, 2019

    Fake grass. It’s not the old Astro-turf, it really looks like grass. You still have to pick up the poop & wash down the pee.

  • Patsy47 Patsy47 on Jul 07, 2019

    get your dog Claritin or the pet equivolent......cheaper....

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Jul 07, 2019

    get cedar shavings in bulk and cover your area--soft,easy to walk on, repels bugs , smells good get from barn supply store for cheapest prices pet safe; should not give dog any over the counter meds without help of vet don't think it is cheap to take any pets to vet; is your dog allergic to grass or does it have fleas flea allergies? I had dog that had both very costly to have him treated try the cedar shavings

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    • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Jul 08, 2019

      you could plant clover(sun) thru out yard or moss(shade) both low maintenance you don't say where you live ?sunny ?dry?wet?hot & cold climate ? if it is shady or all sun yard?

  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 20, 2021

    You could rip out the turf, level the group and put down a decomposed granite ..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-r0vzUv6vU