Dog spots tip.

We might be your lawn’s best friend, but what about your best friend?  Dogs are great, but there’s no denying the considerable damage they cause by urinating on a lawn (especially female dogs). Animal urine contains soluble salts, urea and other compounds. When the soluble salt content is high and the lawn is dry, there is strong potential for damage.

Dog spot is generally permanent, and preventing this type of damage from occurring is tough especially when the dog is yours. Watering the area after a dog urinates will help to disperse the salts, but it is not always possible or practical to do so. The best solution is to train the dog to use a designated area away from the lawn