The Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Keep Dog Pee From Ruining Your Yard. Dog urine discolors and kills grass. Replace part of the lawn with landscape fabric covered with pea gravel, then add a few dog-friendly decorations!
If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...
To get rid of yellow burn spots in your lawn caused by dog urine: Dissolve 1cup baking soda into 1 gallon of water in a watering can. Saturate the spots every 3 days. The baking soda not only neutralizes the acid in the soil to allow grass to green again, it deodorizes the area. This stops the dog from recognizing the spot. If this can stop a dog from recognizing the spot, I would be amazed!
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