Hello everyone. We live in the Lower Mainland and are needing some advice on the selection of ornamental grasses that we are wanting to plant along the fence line. The grasses will go on our neighbour's side of the fence (we have their permission) and need to do quite a bit of heavy lifting. We will be putting them in to put a bit of distance between the fence and their dog (prevent him from peeing on the fence or going number 2 right next to it there), and to also catch some of the odour from the dog waste that covers the neighbour's small yard and is never picked up. Although we will be planting the grasses and will be able to do some limited maintenance until they are established, once our neighbour takes over their care, I anticipate that little to no effort will go into their maintenance. So we are needing something that is between 3-4 ft in height, is very hardy in our Vancouver climate, doesn't get all floppy and sad in the rain, and requires little-to-no maintenance once established. They should do well in part sun to full sun, and the longer they are around, the better (both in terms of overall longevity and seasonal interest). I have tried to do my own research but came up with a couple of grasses that no local nursery carries. I realized I probably need more practical suggestion from knowledgeable gardeners in the Lower Mainland area. If anyone has any suggestions at all, I am very thankful in advance for the help.