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How to Repair a Lawn Damaged by Dog Urine
by Felicia Williams
If you own a home and a dog, you are familiar with the dreaded lawn burn patches caused from dog urine. It seems that Fido has an uncanny knack to never pee in the same place twice. If Fido urinates three or four times a day, you can bet your lawn will have three or four new burn patches to add to your collection. What's an owner to do? Repairing lawn burn isn't as difficult as people make it out to be. It just takes consistent effort until you see an improvement.
Here's how to repair a lawn that has been damage by dog urine:
Keep the lawn adequately watered for the next four to six weeks. Within that period of time you'll begin to see your grass grow. The dog's urine burn marks will begin to disappear and your lawn will look much healthier.
About the Author: Felicia Williams is a wife, mother and grandmother who likes to write about a host of topics.
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Last Modified: 24 March 2020
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