Pet Urine Spots on my Lawn!

Updated: Dec 22, 2020

Pet urine contains damaging high amounts of nitrogen, which can cause your grass to turn brown. First, try to keep your dog or cat off that part of the lawn if you can. Maybe becoming a house kitty or house doggie for a few days is just what the lawn doctor ordered. If you catch the pet urinating on the plants, you still have time to do damage control by watering the area. If it's too late, dig up the spot (and several inches of lawn around the spot). Lightly till. Layer in loose topsoil (about .25 to .5 inch), reseed, and irrigate. Consider treating with a starter fertilizer. A Friendly Tip from ServiceTopia

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