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Q: Does the expensive dog treats for lawn spots work?

March 8, 2009 | By Paula T. | 5 answers | Expired: 1850 days ago

Does the expensive dog treats for lawn spots work?

We have patches in the lawn so trying this spring but wanted to know if anyone has had success with the treats in preventing spotting on the lawn?

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Charlesbarry
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Mar 12, 2009

What i do is have one spot that is the dogs spot. Then you dont have to worry about your grass.

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Anonymous
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Mar 12, 2009

Was watching a show on HGTV that talked about this. They recommended adding a couple table spoons of tomato juice to the diet every day. Something to do with the acidity of the urine and the tomato juice counteracts that.

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Colebai99
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Mar 10, 2009

We've been told to water-down the where the dog urinated to delute the urine and it will help save your grass.

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Carrot204
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Mar 10, 2009

We have the same problem but what I have been doing in the spring is reseeding the area that has the brown spots and it has help.

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Cornergas
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Mar 08, 2009

Limit the area where the animal has access. To an area where it does not matter if there are spots.

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