Today's topic of discussion will be drip...Please bare with my longwindedness. Issue #1 Client has good bit of drip in backyard planting beds. Damn dogs are pulling it all up and chewing on it. Granted the mulch cover hasnt been that spectacular I think the canines hear the water moving through the tube and decide to screw with it. I am trying to decide my next move; either way I am replacing all the tube as it is pretty badly damaged. Currently it isnt stapled down very well but I am not so sure that stapling it down very well is going to curtail the problem. Other option is to bury the driptube a few inches under the surface but that is very labor intensive and again not so sure the dogs would even leave that alone. Any ideas? Issue #2 Doing a design for a drip system at a residence. Usually we dont fool with residential stuff but both this case and the one mentioned above are exceptions to the rule. Anyways our landscape designer is renovating the entire property and the clients want a price to irrigate all the new plant material. I have no problem designing a conventional drip system and have already completed one for the project. The problem lies with the fact that the clients have expressed interest in using rainwater harvesting to supply the drip system. I am eager to produce a design using this method however I dont know what resources or products I have at my disposal or what special factors need to be considered when designing this type of system. Anyone care to give me some tips?