Every spring we re-seed our lawn with some lovely new grass. Once the grass comes up, we admire our emerald-green backyard, pat ourselves on the back, and declare that this time around it will last through the whole year. Then we take the temporary fencing down and let the dogs out into the yard again. By the end of the summer, after being assaulted by dogs, squirrels, and intermittent Northern California heat waves, the grass begins to look a little sad. In this ongoing documentary Kostadis examines the damage that dogs do to his lawn.