LAWN + URINE DAMAGE-Dead grass/spots in your lawn from dog's urine are preventable, usually without additional costs. The Perfect Pet Products Lawn & Urine Damage Kit resolves this problem when you follow the step-by-step remedies.
The vets who invented this product heard over and over ...
"Is there anything I can do about my dog killing the grass".
They designed this product to help solve this problem and save you money.
The Perfect Pet Products Lawn & Urine Damage Kit is an easy to use one-step urine test that helps detect abnormal levels of PH, protein (urea), blood (infection) and other chemicals in the urine and helps you make dietary corrections. It may keep your pet healthy by detecting kidney, bladder, diabetes, or other common diseases much sooner for early detection. How To Determine How to Fix the Problem
An easy-to-use chart helps you interpret the results. The enclosed 12- page booklet with a myriad of helpful suggestions to prevent damage caused by urine burning the grass. The information helps you determine if the urine is abnormal and what to do about it. If the urine is normal, you will know what other changes to make to solve the problem PERMANENTLY.
The Lawn & Urine Damage Kit includes
- An easy one step urine test will help diagnose and treat urine problems
- A 12 page booklet written by veterinarians helps you train your dog to urinate and /or defecate in specific areas
- We provide a step-by step guide to utilize other permanent solutions
- Bonus solutions may prevent dogs from eating stools
All your lawn urine and stool solutions in one package plus the urine test will help recognize and treat urine, bladder, or other health problems..
The Kit will help you:
- help you recognize and treat urine, bladder, or other health problems if they are present(what to do with your dog's diet)
- if your dogs urine is not a cause of the grass destruction then a 12 page book will help you retrain and solve the behavioral issues that cause your dog to urinate and/or defecate in specific areas of your yard, and finally
- we show you how to utilize other permanent solutions to your problems including how and when to water, permanent solutions regarding lawn repair, and the fertilizers, grass seed, etc. that you should use. If your dog eating their own stool we may be able to help with that issues as well.
All your lawn urine and stool solutions in one package. We are veterinarians who have been asked for help in preventing the destruction of our clients beautiful lawns for many years, so we finally produced a testing kit and booklet of information to solve the problem permanently. Satisfaction Guaranteed!
A guaranteed solution to lawn damage from dog urine! An easy to do urine test will help recognize and treat urine, bladder, or other health problems. A 12 page book written by veterinarians with 40+ years of behavioral training experience training dogs will help you train/retrain your dog to urinate and/or defecate in specific areas that are safe. Learn how to utilize other permanent solutions including how and when to water, what to do with your dog's diet, permanent solutions regarding lawn repair, and the fertilizers, grass seed, etc. that you should use. Bonus solutions may prevent dogs from eating their own stool. Sorry but there is no guaranteed solution to this.
What causes brown spots on my grass from my dog's urine ?
While nitrogen is an essential component in healthy soil, high concentrations of it can cause grass to turn yellow or brown. Urine is naturally high in nitrogen and alone can cause grass burns. However, lawn fertilizer also contains nitrogen. An excess of either or a combination of urine and fertilizer may result in an overdose of nitrogen, thus "burning" the grass. Salts and other compounds in dog urine may also contribute to grass burn. In addition, highly acidic or alkaline urine may alter pH of the soil in that area of your yard, adversely affecting the grass there.
It may seem like female dog urine causes more trouble to the lawn than male dog urine. This is simply because most females tend to squat and urinate in one place, while many males lift the leg and "mark" upright objects in multiple locations. The composition of a dog's urine does not vary that much between male and female dogs, especially when spayed or neutered.
There are a few ways to prevent brown or yellow spots on your lawn caused by dog urine. You can try more than one option at a time for maximum results. There is no guaranteed way to end urine spots in the yard, but the following methods might help stop grass burns caused by dog urine:
- Train your dog to urinate in one area and plant a urine-resistant ground covering in that area. One great option for this is clover. You might also try creating a dog-friendly landscape in your entire yard.
- Give your dog a supplement or food additive that is designed to neutralize the nitrogen in the urine. One example of this type of product is Naturvet Grass Saver (compare prices). As alway, ask your vet before starting any supplement. Additionally, never attempt to alter your dog's urine pH unless specifically recommended by your vet.
- Immediately after your dog urinates, use a garden hose to rinse off the area. You might also consider switching to a low-nitrogen fertilizer for your lawn (make sure it's pet-safe too).