Here at Lawn Solutions Australia we get a lot of enquiries from desperate pet owners looking for solutions on how to deal with their dog’s unfortunate ability to kill their lawn wherever they urinate.
What should you do? Get rid of the dog? No dog, no urine, right? Absolutely not. We love our dogs!
What causes the urine to burn my turf?
Dogs are carnivores and have a high amount of protein in their diets. This protein is excreted as nitrogen when the dog urinates. Nitrogen is great for your lawn when in the right quantities, but an excessive amount will cause the grass to burn. What you need to do is reduce the amount of Nitrogen in your dog’s urine.
5 Methods of Prevention
Successfully putting a stop to urine burn often requires a few different approaches.
By utilising a combination of these tips, you should achieve some positive results.