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Lawns and patches

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by canvey, Aug 16, 2009.


  1. canvey

    canvey PetForums Member

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    I know this has been covered before but can anyone tell me if they used to have burnt patches on there lawn but after using tomato juice/sauce this is no longer the case.

    I have been using dog rocks but don't really rate them that much.
     
  2. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Dont have grass so cant really help.

    If you go out with her, you could try watering the area straight away. Dilute the urine that way.
     
  3. Burrowzig

    Burrowzig PetForums VIP

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    I often feed my dog with dry food mixed into fish in tomato sauce. There are still brown patches on the lawn, though not quite so big. I think diluting it is best with a watering can - or teach your dog to go off the grass, maybe make a gravel area for weeing on.
     
  4. cris_r

    cris_r PetForums Junior

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    Dog rocks from Pets at home work really well they are a bit pricey £9 -99 but I feel they far out way the returfing and insightly look on the garden. I have heard of tomato sauce on food as well good luck:)
     
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    U can also add a pinch of bicarb to the drinking water works on the same principle as dog rocks.
     
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