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Jul 5, 2016 11:31 PM CST
|The Dawg Tree Pee Guard is an inexpensive & revolutionary way to protect your trees 360 degrees! Landscape friendly! |
The Dawg Tree Pee Guard was created out of love for my trees and a little bit of frustration. As a dog lover and home owner, I tried everything to protect my trees. Having 4 dogs of my own, ranging in size from a Yorkie to a Malinois, and 3 dead trees later - something had to be done.
The traditional tree guards were not effective, as the dogs would still jump over and accomplish their mission. I attempted wrapping my young trees with green bags to protect the base. If the wind blew, it became prey and I ended up with pieces of bag in my yard. Wrapping my tree with vinyl or utilizing a PVC Pipe wasn’t an option. I wanted the trunk to still receive sunlight, wind, and rain without worrying about insects/worms making a home underneath. The only real solution was creating a 360 degree barrier with a fence. I didn't want to have an eye sore in my yard, let alone a headache from mowing and trimming around the fence.
Enter – The DAWG TREE PEE GUARD -
Please visit my website - http://www.dawgtree.com to view videos of testimonials and how effective and easy it truly is. There are also links that will take you to scholarly documented articles that explain the damaging effects of canine urine on a tree. It still is very important to provide a healthy base of mulch around the tree and replace as needed.
Even if you don’t have a dog but you have “those” neighbors – Get DAWG TREE PEE GUARD today – you won’t regret it.
The "1st" real fence in a box to protect a new or young tree - up to 5 1/2" in diameter
-Keeps dogs from digging mulch out and marking the tree trunk
-Allows sunlight, rain, etc... all natural elements to access tree base
-Easy to install - no fencing, wiring, or post hammering - adjustable for lawn care and tree maintenance - provides 360 degrees of protection.
Mulege, Mexico (Baja CAliforni (Zone 11a)
Jul 12, 2016 6:58 AM CST
|What a good idea. My one "pee'r" seems to prefer doorways so my trees are safe. katie|