Dom's Landscaping


Dom's Landscaping
Dom's Landscaping is listed in the Landscaping Services & Supplies category in Garden City Park, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Dom's Landscaping which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Dom's Landscaping on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Dom's Landscaping offers Landscaping services in Garden City Park NY.
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Stay safe everyone! We didn't get the pummeling they expected but we're out there getting it done today, but don't worry...

There's a lot of snow on the way to us. Check out our Facebook page for tips on how to keep your furry friends safe during this blizzard.

In preparation for the large amount of snow that we're about to be hit with, Nassau County SPCA reminds you to also remember your pets in your storm preparation. Please see the information below to help keep your furry family members safe during this storm. And remember, if you're cold, they're cold, bring them inside... "THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN UPTON HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO MIDNIGHT EDT TUESDAY NIGHT In anticipation of the approaching blizzard the Nassau County SPCA urges pet owners to make preparations ahead of the storm to keep their families and pets safe. The most important thing pet owners should do is to bring their pets indoors, if conditions are unsafe for humans, they are also unsafe for pets. Always bring pets, indoors, including outdoor cats, at the first sign or warning of a storm. A snow storm is no place a pet. Don't let your dog off the leash after heavy snowfall. Dogs can lose their scent during winter storms and easily become lost. Make sure all pets wear collars and tags with up-to-date identification. Deep snow cover can confuse a pet and cover their familiar scent landmarks. It is easier, and more dangerous, for your pet to be lost in snowy weather so keep an eye on them at all times when outdoors. Stock up ahead of time on all pet food and medicine your animals may need-travel may be much more difficult or impossible. Prepare for a power outage, especially if your family includes fish, reptiles or pocket pets. Keep a pet emergency kit and supplies handy with items such as medical records, water, pet food and medications, and pet first aid supplies. Clean off your dog's paws with a moist washcloth after going outside. Snow-melting salt can be very painful to dogs' feet and can make them ill when ingested. Have a coat and booties ready for any dog that needs them. Be ready to protect your pets from very strong wind and cold. The Nassau County SPCA Pet Safe urges pet owners to develop an emergency plan that accounts for the safety of their animals and to stay up to date on storm warnings in their area. Arrange a safe haven for your pets in the event of evacuation. Do not leave your pets behind."

What do you think about harvesting rainwater? Use it for watering plants and lawns, washing cars, filing pools, etc.

Shrub care begins with dormant oil spray this month!!

RT @CambridgePavers: Create "the spot" to get together w/ your friends this summer.