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Old September 24th 03, 09:39 PM
Tim
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Hi all. On my front yard, I share the lawn with my neighbor. Recently,
every week I will find dog poop on my side of the lawn (right in the
middle not at the edge). I have tried a few commercial product but they
wash out right away when the sprinkler come on a few time. The stronger
stuff will actually kill the lawn. My neighbor do not want a fence
around the lawn. I heard there is a home remedy using garlic but not
exactly sure what it is. Any suggestion or idea is appreciated.
Thanks!

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Old September 24th 03, 11:28 PM
Monika I. Neszvecsko
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"Tim" wrote in message
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Hi all. On my front yard, I share the lawn with my neighbor. Recently,
every week I will find dog poop on my side of the lawn (right in the
middle not at the edge). I have tried a few commercial product but they
wash out right away when the sprinkler come on a few time. The stronger
stuff will actually kill the lawn. My neighbor do not want a fence
around the lawn. I heard there is a home remedy using garlic but not
exactly sure what it is. Any suggestion or idea is appreciated.
Thanks!



Would that work for cat poop as well?

I have to be extremely vigilant as the neighborhood cats seem to make a
detour just to come by my place for their deposit, to my rotties greatest
enjoyment. He eats that **** if I don't catch it first.

Monika


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Old September 25th 03, 06:44 AM
Daniel J. Matz
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**** the neighbor, put up a fence, but that won't stop the cats - I just
hope the coyotes will get them eventually.

"Monika I. Neszvecsko" wrote in message
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"Tim" wrote in message
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Hi all. On my front yard, I share the lawn with my neighbor. Recently,
every week I will find dog poop on my side of the lawn (right in the
middle not at the edge). I have tried a few commercial product but they
wash out right away when the sprinkler come on a few time. The stronger
stuff will actually kill the lawn. My neighbor do not want a fence
around the lawn. I heard there is a home remedy using garlic but not
exactly sure what it is. Any suggestion or idea is appreciated.
Thanks!



Would that work for cat poop as well?

I have to be extremely vigilant as the neighborhood cats seem to make a
detour just to come by my place for their deposit, to my rotties greatest
enjoyment. He eats that **** if I don't catch it first.

Monika




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Old September 26th 03, 08:31 PM
Cymbaline
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"Monika I. Neszvecsko" wrote in message ...
"Tim" wrote in message
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Hi all. On my front yard, I share the lawn with my neighbor. Recently,
every week I will find dog poop on my side of the lawn (right in the
middle not at the edge). I have tried a few commercial product but they
wash out right away when the sprinkler come on a few time. The stronger
stuff will actually kill the lawn. My neighbor do not want a fence
around the lawn. I heard there is a home remedy using garlic but not
exactly sure what it is. Any suggestion or idea is appreciated.
Thanks!



Would that work for cat poop as well?

I have to be extremely vigilant as the neighborhood cats seem to make a
detour just to come by my place for their deposit, to my rotties greatest
enjoyment. He eats that **** if I don't catch it first.

Monika


Monika,

I heard somewhere that if you buy a green hose and curl it up on your
lawn it will keep cats away because it looks like a snake.. don't know
where I heard that but I'm sure it's worth a try.

Cym
 




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