unless the dog has a bladder infection the urine will be acidic. I would say
partition the yard with those little jam in fences and teach her to go potty in the
smaller area. then water to wash it down, or, mulch that area for now. Ingrid
Dilute the spot with a couple gallons of water. Urine is not
On Tue, 26 Apr 2005 08:21:41 -0400, (Frank Solis)
Am temporarily keeping our daughters dog which is a female. Naturally,
it urinates at random spots on the lawn, leaving brown circles. I've
been sprinkling lime on the spots hoping to counter the acid of the
urine. What advice do you experienced grass growers have for me?
Please don't say get rid of the dog. I've already thought of that.
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