If you’re a resident of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, taking care of your lawn is hard all year around, making sure the grass remains green and lush, ensuring that leaves are raked off the grass, and keeping it watered and fertilized. But there is also another challenged posed by many homeowners for Myrtle Beach landscaping – pets.
Pets are invaluable companions, but they can also prove to be a hazard due to their habits. And if you own a large pet like a dog, then you’ll have a lot to worry about. Myrtle Beach lawn care has certainly seen its fair share of challenges, but it’s a different story when pets are involved.
And so what should you do if your pet digs up parts of the lawn, pulls up plants, or does their business on your well-trimmed grass? While keeping an eye on your pets is the usual course of action, the best option is to simply train your pet. But where should you go for that kind of information?
Sprouse’s Myrtle Beach Lawn Care
“Mr. Sprouse and his crew performed that which was asked of them, as per the estimate, and did so with great care and efficiency and in a timely manner, even during this summer heat. The debris was removed and the yard left in a good condition. The wife and I will call on them again when required. -Sabine P.”
Sprouse’s Landscaping has been helping homeowners in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and nearby areas with their landscaping needs for many years, from providing professional services. And when it comes to pets, Sprouse’s has that covered.
Lawn Care for Pet Owners
Sprouse’s Landscaping has provided information and assistance to many pet owners on how they can have a beautiful home landscape while at the same time teaching their pets to not restrain themselves.
For example, they provide special fertilizers and chemicals whose scent deter pets from coming to any closer, or chemicals that remove urine spots. And if that’s not your thing, then they can also provide you with tools that allow for the creation of paths that pets can take rather than walking through the grass or garden.