How To Stop Dog Urine From Killing Your Lawn

If you have a dog but still want to have a beautiful lawn, you may be facing a few problems. Female dogs seem to burn lawns more frequently than males. This is because females squat to urinate while males lift their leg and urinate on trees, shrubs and fences.

When your pet urinates on your lawn, it can cause the grass to burn out and yellowish dead spots will appear. This causes unsightly patches in your lawn because of the high levels of nitrogen in the urine. Though grass needs nitrogen to grow, your dog’s urine is limited to one small spot. This can cause a concentrated amount of nitrogen to be applied in a small area, which causes burning. The larger your dog, the larger the burnt spot that will subsequently appear.

There are several ways to solve the problem of these unsightly dead spots:


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