Lady Author – posted 06 September 2011 08:56
I live in West Virginia with a Doberman, a large Pit Bull, a large Lab, and a small mixed breed. My fenced back yard is now a dust or mud bowl. The yard has two large shade trees. What grass should I plant that will stand up to my four dogs?
andrewfullerton – posted 25 June 2012 03:21
I can’t help but to reply in this message considering that the user have inquired about his/her concern for a long time.
But for the benefit of those who browse this forum site, I can suggest an alternative grass for them not to worry about their backyard.
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