Friday, June 27, 2014

Why does dog pee kill grass?

Usually, dog pee does not kill grass, but if this happens, it means that the dog or the grass have a problem. There are two reasons for that: the dog might have digestive problems, and if the liquids are not digested as they should, the urine of the dog is acid. In this case, you should change the food of the dog, or you should get him to the veterinarian to determine what the actual problem is. If there is nothing wrong with the dog, it means that your lawn is of bad quality. It is not normal for grass to be destroyed by dog’s pee as long as it is quality grass. 

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