Does anyone know how to treat dog urine on lawn?

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  • Me Me on Jun 15, 2017
    i've never found a solution. it depends on the dog. his diet, his health, and if he always goes in the same place.
    there's pills and cures on the market, but never had any positive results from them, and one made my dog sick. nature wins.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 15, 2017
    All you can do is rinse the urine providing you catch in time and apply lime to neutralize the soil

  • Robert Robert on Jun 15, 2017
    Yes pour beer on it

  • Kat Kat on Jun 15, 2017
    keep it watered si that it soaks through

  • Deb15694588 Deb15694588 on Jun 15, 2017
    SPRAY 1/2cup water 4tbls applecider vinegar on urine 🐤then add a teaspoon 2 the drinking water 4 fido he wont like it but thry get used to drinking and it helps the soil !

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Jun 15, 2017
    Successfully treating and preventing lawn burn often requires a multi-step approach.
    1. Saturate the urinated spots with water. After the pet urinates, pour several cupfuls of water on the spot to dilute the urine. A watering can works well.
    2. Feed a high quality dog food that does not exceed your pet's protein requirement. High quality foods also have more digestible protein sources that are more completely utilized by the pet and create less nitrogenous waste in the urine.
    3. Encouraging your dog to drink more water will help dilute the urine and decrease the risk of lawn burn. Small amounts of low sodium broth in the drinking water may help increase your dog's water intake.
    4. Train your dog to urinate in a location that is less visible. This approach is very effective for owners who do not want to add supplements to their dogs' diet.
    5. Replant your yard with more urine-resistant grasses. The most resistant grasses tend to be perennial rye grasses and fescues. The most sensitive tend to be Kentucky bluegrass and Bermuda.
    6. Feed your dog a supplement like Doctors Foster and Smith Lawn Guard®, which helps bind nitrogen in waste and reduce fecal odor. Or apply a product to the lawn such as Dogonit Lawn Rejuvenator, which restores unsightly lawn spots due to pet urine, salt deicers, or winter kill.
    7. Reduce the stress on your lawn by not over- or under-fertilizing and by watering frequently.
    If neighbors' dogs are causing the problem, using a fence or motion-activated sprinkler may be helpful in keeping these dogs off your lawn.

  • Nbixel Nbixel on Jun 15, 2017
    There are commercial products but first try water ! with handy hose or watering can wash the area try to train your dog to use the same area.