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How to stop dog urine from killing grass?

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True, dog urine is acidic, but no where near enough to kill grass. Your real concern is the concentration of ammonia in the urine. The ammonia is loaded with nitrogen which is the same ingredient used in fertilizer. read more

Our dog fenway loves to pee in the grass, he will only go on the grass, so after 2 years of dead spots on the nice part of the lawn, and bringing the grass back to life after every winter, we now have his own area of the side yard, “Fenways Park” (his name is Fenway Frank). read more

The grass is suffering – there’s no more hiding the dry brown patches – but your dog insists on peeing on the same tuft of grass. If your dog insists on going to the toilet on your grass, you will probably need to train them to urinate in a grass free area of your yard. read more

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