Get Rid of Dog Urine Spots

The lawn is a nice place for your dog to play around and lay in the sun, however, you should not leave your dog on your lawn when you’re away. 

When your dog urinates on your lawn, the affected grass often dries out and doesn’t grow back. If you catch your dog in the act, you can easily flush out the area with water or add horticultural lime on the affected area to neutralize the urine. However, severely damaged areas may require reseeding.

Keeping an eye on your dog will ensure that both you and your dog will enjoy your lawn for time to come

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