Dog spot Photo: Handyman
Dog spots occur when a dog wees in the same area a number of times and the high concentration of acids, salts and nitrogen in the urine burns the grass roots.
Dig out the dead spots and replant the affected area by adding topsoil and grass seed to match the surrounding area.
PREVENT SPOTS by giving the dog plenty of water to make its urine less concentrated and soak its favourite areas of lawn to flush salts out of the root zone before they kill the grass.
Train the pet to urinate in a special spot and cover the area with mulch.
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