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If you have dogs, and you have a yard or lawn, you most likely have brown spots in your lawn. Those spots are the result of your dog doing his business, but in the process, it creates patches of dead grass. How can you save your lawn from dog pee? We’ve got some common sense ideas and natural products to keep it looking its greenest.
Why Does Dog Pee Kill My Grass?
First things first. Be sure that it really is your dog’s pee that is killing your grass. If you’ve got several round spots in an otherwise field of lovely green, most likely it is the urine that is doing the damage. You can be 100% sure by gently pulling the brown grass to see how firm the roots are. If the roots are still pretty secure, most likely, the spots are urine spots. That said, if you can pull out big amounts of grass, you might want to consult a lawn specialist as there may be a more significant issue.

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If you have a dog, consider the option of a lawn of artificial grass. It's perfect for pets, especially for dogs. It's easy to clean, it doesn't require a lot of care. It dirt and water resistant, so nothing can be better. You can check more on itsartificialgrass.com about artificial grass. And the best thing is that on artificial grass, dogs can pee and poop just like they would on natural grass.
The good news is that you won't have to clean your artificial grass because of urine. It's also a good idea to hose out the poop-affected area to get rid of any leftover muck.
 
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