Dog owners know how joyful seeing their pets running around the yard can feel. But dogs can also damage your lawn’s state, especially if they urinate on it. In case you discover brown patches on the lawn, there are some measures you can take on how to bring back dead grass from dog urine back to life.
First, to prevent this phenomenon, you can train your dog not to pee all over your lawn but only in certain spots. At the same time, you can control things through the dog’s diet, given that some specific dog foods can dilute dog urine so that the damage can be significantly reduced.
Another good solution is to irrigate your lawn abundantly, particularly in areas where the dog tends to urinate, so that you can dilute the urine salts, reducing the damage to your grass. And it is essential to note that the lawn’s burns are the consequence of nitrogen excess in the soil. Dog urine is rich in nitrogen.
So you can find fertilizers or soil nutrients that neutralize the effects of the nitrogen in dog urine. An excellent example is calcium and potassium.
Moreover, you can raise the bar on the mower you typically use for your lawn. By mowing your lawn higher, you can reduce browning to a minimum.