Protect Your Lawn from Dog Urine
Big or small, we love our dogs for countless reasons. But for all the joys they bring into our lives, they can be a bit frustrating at times. Your lawn, for instance, doesn’t find your dog’s potty trips as “relieving” as your dog might. Being slightly acidic and high in nitrogen, dog urine can damage your grass, creating brown, burnt-looking patches in your yard. We’ll provide you with some essential tips on how to protect your lawn from dog urine. You’ll have your yard looking better in no time!