Be mindful of items around your garden, including children’s toys, gardening tools, shears, fertilisers, chemicals, and other miscellaneous items. Accidents can happen, so to reduce the potential of harm befalling your pet, do your best, to keep your backyard tidy.
If you have chemicals, fertilisers, and tools, keep them locked in a shed, and out of reach of your pets.
If you have plants that you really don’t want to get trampled, keep them behind fences or use raised garden beds to keep them protected. This is a good idea, especially for small saplings that can easily be stepped on, your pet doesn’t know the difference, so instead of getting angry at them, do some preparation and keep them separate.