Be sure to check the yard that it is a healthy one for your dog. Discuss the yard over with your vet. If the yard has pests, or offers other health challenges for your dog, you might need to think twice moving forward with the purchase.
Look around the yard carefully when viewing the property. Is there anything that will pose as a danger to your dog? Do you see any debris or trash that might cause harm to your dog? In the repairs amendment, ask the seller to eliminate anything that might be dangerous to the dog.
When compared to an apartment, any yard is better than none at all. However, pay close attention to the size. Is it appropriate for your dog? If it is a big dog, will the yard give her plenty of room to run?
We are the best friends of our beloved German Shepherd, named Sadie. She came to us in the early parts of 2017 and became an immediate cherished member of our family. When we are not playing fetch, tug of war or catch the hose with Sadie in our backyard, we work hard for our clients looking to buy real estate, sell real estate or invest in real estate.
Sadie decided recently that she wanted to help other dogs find their perfect yard. She has one. Why can’t other dogs have one as well? We created this website to help Sadie get the word out to other dogs on how wonderful a perfect yard can be. Be sure to check back here often to see the latest from Sadie’s Yard Blog.
If you are ready now to help your best friend find their perfect yard, click on the button below to start the process.
If you already have the perfect yard for a dog and you don’t have a dog, you can go to any of the various animal shelters to adopt one.
Here is the Clear the Shelters List of the animal shelters in the DFW area.