how to deal with dog urine spots. . .
I go thru this every year. I have three female dogs, and the grass doesn't stand a chance.
In the past, I'd try to remove as much of the dead grass as possible. Then lay fresh soil down and re-seed. But trying to keep them off of the grass until it had a chance to grow was next to impossible.
I've also bought sod and cut away the affected areas and laid the sod on fresh soil, but trying to get the new sod to match the old grass as far as level goes, wasn't easy either.
I'm not above doing the hard work to repair the dead grass, I just hate to do it every year.
I read here adding sugar to the dead area will help it recover??? Is this true? Even when the grass is obviously dead?
Any advise on this would sure be appreciated. . . TIA.