Brown spots in grass can be really unpleasant for any homeowner. And bringing back dead grass caused by dog urine can be a challenging task, but it is possible to revive your lawn if you manage to apply the right approach.
You should determine the specific spots where the grass has died due to dog urine. This will help you focus your efforts and apply the ideal treatments.
Flushing the area immediately after your dog urinates with the help of a garden hose can be yet another good idea. This can help you with the concentration of urine and reduce the potential for damage.
At any rate, proper hydration is essential for grass recovery. Thus, you should increase the frequency of watering in the affected areas to help you get rid of the excess of salts and chemicals from the soil. You need to water the lawn deeply and infrequently, to let the soil dry between your watering sessions.
If the damage is real big and the grass does not show any signs of recovery, you may need to reseed or over-seed the affected areas. You can loosen the soil with a rake. You should cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil or compost and after that you can water the area.