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    You've already toilet trained your dog so that going outside is routine. Wouldn't it be great if your dog went in one area so that it could be kept up, and you could control the aroma? Create a dog toilet area in a small patch of underused yard space. All you need are a few bags of hardwood mulch, o...

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