Is dog urine killing your grass
Dog urine contains nitrogen components which because of their intensity will burn your once lavish looking grass, leaving a pesky brown patch behind. In some cases, it’s already too late to reduce the damaging effects of your dog urine killing grass If you’ve found yourself in this situation, then you must look towards the future. It’s important to note that the browned burned patches will take at least a month or two to grow back as they once were. In the meantime, you have some work to do.
First of all, you will need to rake out the dead grass and dig a soil patch of around 1cm. Obviously, you will then need to replant the grass with about 10 to 15 seeds per square inch and cover the little hole you have made. You will need to keep an eye that your fluffy pooch will not try to dig it out or pee on it –as you will water the hole each day for the next couple of weeks.
Moving forward you should try using dog rocks. If you’re wondering what we’re talking about, there is a method behind the madness –apparently, these stones are put into your dog’s water, and they absorb ammonia and other harmful nitrates from your dog’s water supply. This non-invasive method will make your dog’s urine a little bit more nutritious for the grass, or at least won’t hurt it as much. The best thing about them is that they won’t affect your pup in any harmful way, not altering their pH water level either –but rather you will be giving them cleaner and purer water which is healthier for them. This relatively budget-friendly item only needs to be replaced every two months, meaning that you don’t need to make significant investments often.