"bleu_jay_lady" wrote in message
Not sure how well this works, but a couple of people have told me to put
a tablespoon of vineagar into a gallon of water. Use this mixture for
the dogs drinking water.
This method attempts to change the pH of the dogs urine.
Urine pH controls what and how many bacteria inhabit the bladder, so to
intentionally change it seems a really bad idea to me.
I have huge (200 lb.+) dogs using a very small lawn area, and with regular
rinsing I have no browning at all.
And my dogs bladder health remains as nature intended.
South Florida USA