The Q&A Archives: Dogs doing their busines and killing the grass

Question: How do you organically get rid of those dead grass areas where dogs do their own

Answer: The best way is to prevent the spots from happening by fencing the dog out or by training the dog to use another, more acceptable area. Dousing the area with plain water will help dilute the urine and prevent the spot. Also, in some cases, a consultation with the veterinarian may be in order to make sure the dog is healthy and that the dog's diet is not causing unusually concentrated urine. Once the grass is dead, you need to reseed the spots and keep them watered until the grass re-estbalishes. Unfortunately, there is easy solution.

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