Help! There's Dog pee on my lawn!

by Kba22295237
  5 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on May 08, 2017

    I hear that you can use beer: Beer has lots of fermented sugars and nutrients. A dead patch will absorb the sugars and nutrients thus helping the soil below. The beer acts as a fertilizer and provides nutrients to new grass growth. The beer will strengthen the grass and neutralize the nitrogen in pet urine. (Woo hoo, science!) Beer eliminates fungi, as well.

  • Jan21907983 Jan21907983 on May 09, 2017

    Only the rueine from females will damage your lawn, The easiest and cheapest thing to do is pour water on it ASAP.

  • Bobbie Bobbie on May 09, 2017

    We have two dogs and since we water virtually everyday you can't see any dog pee spots.

  • Bulldog Bulldog on May 10, 2017

    Usually if you get your dog spayed it takes care of the problem

  • Oliva Oliva on Jun 29, 2020

    If this is from someone else's dog, you could post a sign requesting they curb their dog. If that fails and you see it occur, don't be afraid to confront them. Others have resorted to turning on lawn sprinklers, to send the message. Note that dogs tend to avoid Ruta graveolens plants and pepper sprinkled on the lawn, if those are options for you.