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Old 23-07-2007, 11:50 PM posted to alt.home.lawn.garden
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I was told that there is some product that you can give your
dog and it will prevent those dog urine patches that are
created when the dog pees on the grass.

Anyone know about a product like this and if they
really work? Also are they safe for the dog?

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Patty Pieniadz said:

I was told that there is some product that you can give your
dog and it will prevent those dog urine patches that are
created when the dog pees on the grass.


http://www.1800petmeds.com/pdetail.a...&ID=1 8959676


Anyone know about a product like this and if they
really work?


From the reviews I've read, they work. Whether or not the reviews are
accurate, I can't say, as I've never used them. Watering the area works,
and it's cheaper. The urine is very high in nitrogen. You can help
leech the extra nitrogen by simply watering it.

Also are they safe for the dog?


They're all natural, so I'd venture a guess that they're safe.

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Eggs:

I didn't know u knew so much about dog urine!

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Eggs:

I didn't know u knew so much about dog urine!


There's been at least two dogs in my home for as long as I can remember.
I've seen my share of lawn "spots". =)


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Eggs Zachtly wrote:
Patty Pieniadz said:

I was told that there is some product that you can give your
dog and it will prevent those dog urine patches that are
created when the dog pees on the grass.


http://www.1800petmeds.com/pdetail.a...&ID=1 8959676

Anyone know about a product like this and if they
really work?


From the reviews I've read, they work. Whether or not the reviews are
accurate, I can't say, as I've never used them. Watering the area works,
and it's cheaper. The urine is very high in nitrogen. You can help
leech the extra nitrogen by simply watering it.

Also are they safe for the dog?


They're all natural, so I'd venture a guess that they're safe.


Copperheads are all natural too.

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