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How to FIX Dog Pee Spots 100% of the Time!



Fixing dog pee / urine spots in your grass or lawn can be very easy. In this video I show you why dog pee spots happen in your grass, how to prevent them, and how to fix dead spots in your lawn. There are a couple of different ways to fix the pee spots in your grass and it depends on which type of grass you have. Some grasses will spread on their own, which means you can use a plugger tool in the grass to fix it. But some grasses do not, so I show you how to re-seed those areas.

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20 comments

  1. Dog rocks? This is new to me, but I'll try anything at the moment. I live in an apartment complex, and there are several of us that have limited space to walk our dogs. (My dog is paper trained, but he likes to get out for fresh air and a walk.) We have brown dead spots, and usually get warnings from the manager, so we've got to do something. Do you buy these rocks at a pet supply store like Petsmart? And, you put it in their water dish? What's it made of, and does it make the water taste different? Any help would be appreciated! 🙂

  2. I don't think I would have watched the video as long as I did but that cute little boy had me watching it all the way through😊

  3. OMG!!!! You're enslaved to your dogs piss!!!! I was hoping you had some miracle cure, not just the most basic common sense going on😮

  4. What about setting your watering for a heavy dose each morning? Wondering if that would dilute my dog spots. I’m testing it out to try.

  5. TY! Brewer's Yeast. Give your dog a pill a day and it dilutes the urine. Zero dead spots

  6. I have zoysa in NW Florida. I've had good luck with using pelletized lime several times a year. It's applied lightly to the areas where my 3 dogs urinate. As long as I do this several times a year, the grass does well. If I skip a season or two, the grass will burn and die. Then I have weeks to compound the problem.

  7. I've never had an issues with dog pee stains until I got an Austrian Sheppard (male) and he kills everything with is pee. It's horrible. No issues with my female Mal-Shi. I"ve tried the rock, it works for the first week, but you need to buy new rocks weekly, too expensive.

  8. The “organic rock” does nothing for my dog

  9. Short answer: add lime to neutralize the soil. End video. Thanks for not wasting my time. Although you did.

  10. Question about the plugging method. When you pull a plug from good grass and place in the affected area – you’re showing that you’re then installing the dead plug from where you sourced the plug. Does that area also heal over time? Or are you just transferring a dead spot from one area to another? Thank you

  11. I've read that a small amount of apple cider vinegar, daily, in their water will adjust the ph

  12. Hey Dad … 🗣 Teach by example 👌 Really nice to see … Enjoy the Google time 🤩

  13. @lawnLife Than you for this video. I just bought a property that I have to take care of the lawn now and the previous owner had dogs, and guess what? Yes the lawn is destroyed.

    I have a question for you though… What type of grass do you have, and do you think that I could get it to grow in SLC Utah?

    Thank you

  14. Hi, I've watched many of your videos and enjoyed them, but aren't you concerned about all the chemicals you put down with your dog and kids. I understand they don't go on the lawn right away and you keep them off, but the chemicals are still there weeks later.

  15. I'm not a veterinarian, but if you see "dark green pee spots" with "just the right amount of nitrogen", that is NOT NORMAL. Dog urine should ALWAYS have a high amount of nitrogen. If not, the dog is having trouble concentrating his urine, so you should have his kidney function checked for disease or premature failure.

  16. I like that you’re getting your helper trained up from an early age.

  17. I think the marking the spot and watering is the best solution because if those rocks in the dog's water work, you are creating a health issue with the dog. When you reduce the acid in their food, they cannot digest the food properly, then you have a much bigger issue. Thanks for all the grass tips, though. I do have a question about St. Augustine grass. From watching a couple of your videos, I have been doing everything wrong, and I have recently noticed this beige colored stuff on the tips of my grass that come off very easily. I have no idea what it is. Any idea?

  18. Yup but I love our dogs and allow them an extra space for their business! Your son is a darling and he will improve your ratings. ❤

  19. the main problem is dog food, it is not suitable for your animal and is poorly digested, a large amount of ammonia is formed in the urine. you need to either switch to natural food or buy the best feed in the segment, for example holistic feed, I have 2 dogs and no problems with the lawn at all. Or there is an option to buy pills that will help equalize the level of ammonia in the urine

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