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It may be a good idea to keep your dog off a waterlogged garden, at least until the excess water has drained away and the soil has dried out. Walking on a waterlogged garden can compact the soil, making it more difficult for water to drain away, and may also cause damage to the plants and grass.
In addition, if your dog consumes large amounts of water while playing or drinking from puddles in the garden, it could lead to digestive problems or other health issues.
If you need to keep your dog off the waterlogged garden, there are a few things you can do to provide alternative areas for your dog to play and exercise:
Take your dog for walks on a leash to give them the opportunity to get some exercise and explore new areas.
Set up a play area in a different part of the yard or in a fenced-in area where your dog can play safely.
Provide toys and other activities to keep your dog entertained and mentally stimulated.
Consider hiring a dog walker or enrolling your dog in doggy daycare to provide additional opportunities for exercise and socialization.
Keep in mind that it is important to provide your dog with adequate exercise and mental stimulation to keep them happy and healthy. If you are unable to provide these things due to a waterlogged garden, it may be necessary to make alternative arrangements to ensure that your dog's needs are met.