Georgia red clay, white dog, below, and a contractor
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
How to landscape with dogs? Pay attention to their habits & assume every plant is toxic. Where a dog runs, digs, lays rarely changes. Incorporate it into the design. Toxic plants? I worry more about little sticks or rocks being eaten and twisting the intestines. If azaleas, camellias and hydrangeas, along with native plants, were extremely toxic the South would be known for a lot of dead dogs. Hence, use plants long known to be used with dogs in the yard.
A client sent the pic to my contractor !