pet urin brow spots?

Discussion in 'Homeowner Assistance Forum' started by Kathryn Doheny, May 2, 2001.

  1. Kathryn Doheny

    Kathryn Doheny LawnSite Member
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    I heard that you can use a household cemical for this problem but I don't know what one. Do any of you have any Ideas? Thanks
     
  2. GroundKprs

    GroundKprs LawnSite Bronze Member
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    For factual info: "Dog-on-it" Lawn Problems. The only real solution is to keep (female) dogs from squatting in the lawn. Dr. Thompson also states that dilution of urine - having pet drink a lot of liquid - may reduce lawn damage.

    Also do a search (above right on every page), there are many old discussions on this subject. Use "Dog urine" or "urine" as a keyword, and leave all other search choices as they are when search window appears.
     
  3. Holloway Lawns

    Holloway Lawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    Just water the area real good when you start seeing the grass turn yellow. This will dulute it and will come back in about one week. I have an all about gardening book and this urine problem is in there and what I suggested is what it says to do as well. My Boston Terriers pee in this one section so it has yellow spots here and there I water it done good and it works.
     
  4. Samurai WeedWacker

    Samurai WeedWacker LawnSite Member
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    Some species of dogs have more damaging urine than do other species. Dalmatians are the worst.
     

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