How do I keep neighbor's dog from peeing in my yard?

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  • Alice Alice on Jun 03, 2018
    Chili Pepper – This is one of the most common and most effective dog repellents. It is what you will commonly find in the commercial organic dog repellents. The capsicum in the pepper will irritate the skin of the dog, particularly the sensitive area in and around the nose. The irritation will deter the dog from returning to the area. Common chili pepper powder sprinkled around the area will help repel all dogs.

    Read more at Gardening Know How: Natural Homemade Dog Repellents https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/pests/animals/natural-homemade-dog-repellent.htm

  • Kelly Denoyer Russell Kelly Denoyer Russell on Jun 03, 2018
    Is it burning out your grass? The only thing that’s going to stop the dog is intervention from the home owners. Urine wouldn’t bother me unless it was putting spots on my lawn. Piles of poop well that’s another thing. I would just chat with your neighbors. If they want him to free range than they need to change his dog food to a blend that doesn’t cause spots. Can’t remember what causes that. Google it. If he’s lifting his leg on your stuff like furniture then they need a fence of sorts.

  • Jacquie Jacquie on Jun 03, 2018
    Ask you neighbor to control their pet as most deed restricted community make mandatory.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jun 03, 2018
    Most places have leash laws. If the animal is outside of the owners property they must be on a leash unless otherwise posted. Talk to the dog owner. They are very likely breaking the law. Document this. Take video of the dog peeing on your property. Sometimes the pet owner might not believe this unless they see it themselves.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jun 03, 2018
    Fence it out! Get a Dog of your own? Tell your neighbor of your troubles and ask if they could keep the dog on a lead when taken out.

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Jun 03, 2018
    The only cure I know is to put a whole box of moth balls out in the yard to keep him from coming on it, keep it up until he learns it is not his area to mark