Unfortunately, there isn’t a specific product that can completely stop dog urine spots from happening but there are some options that can help minimize and/or prevent this as much as possible. All dog urine can burn the lawn. The bigger the dog the more likely their urine will burn the lawn simply because they have a larger bladder and will have more urine.
Here are a few options to consider:
- Make a designated area in your lawn for the dog to pee in, knowing that this part of the lawn will never look as good as the others.
- In some cases, when the dead spots are bad, you can rake out the dead grass, drop grass seed in the bare spots, and put about 1/4" of peat moss or Scott's Patch Master over the top of the seed. You can also rake out the dead grass and drop a piece of sod in those areas if you don't want to seed. Either way, make sure to keep the sod or seed moist for about 3 - 4 weeks to help get it established.
- Check out the video below where Allyn shows how you can use some of the bio-stimulants to help dog urine spots recover. (go to 14:30 timestamp to hear this topic covered)
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