Urine Scorch Marks

Dog Urine Spots on Lawns

Animal urine particularly from female dogs and even foxes can cause the grass to turn brown and die. Irrigation to reduce the effect of the urine will help. “Dog rocks” (a specialist product that is dropped in your dog’s water) has produced positive results in many cases and can be purchased through us. Alternatively, try 2 tablespoons of tomato puree in your dog’s feed to help break down the acids in the stomach although again this does not work for all dogs. Be aware that your dog’s urine is always strongest first thing in the morning and encourage your pet to use a specific area and overseed the area each month.

HELPFUL HINT: If the scorch marks are more likely from an ownded pet, try changing your pets food as this is a common reason for high acidity in canine urine.