When you want to treat grass for dog urine, there are a few very important things you have to know first: if the grass is dead, it can’t be brought back; it has to instead be cleared and replaced. Even when the grass is still alive, dealing with brown spots and returning your grass to its former, green appearance might be difficult and take a long time. As such, dealing with dead grass resulting from dog urine has to be done early on and taken care of as soon as possible.
As a result, knowing how to bring back dead grass from dog urine is helpful and has to do with organic fertilizing, and or re-seeding or new sod. The use of sod is an effective and quick way to get the ball rolling, but it really depends on how good the sod is that you can acquire. Seeding is more natural, but as expected it can take a pretty long time. You’ll need good quality liquid organic fertilizer, and you’ll also need to apply some good soil treatment before you even add the seeds.
Brown spots in grass resulting from dog urine can be dealt with by adjusting the amount of nitrogen, watering less and solving the issue of pooling water. If the dog urine is fresh, then you might be able to prevent the issue entirely by spraying your lawn with water and washing it away. Even if it’s just diluted, the urine can still be prevented from “burning” through the grass and killing it over time.