My dog’s urine is making my lawn turn yellow and die, is there anything I can do about it?

It is crucial to treat the grass and not the dog! Over the counter supplements that claim to help prevent yellowing grass are hazardous to pets. The pills change the PH of the urine making it less potent to your lawn, however changing the PH of your pets urine can cause bladder stones, infections and incontinence. Most lawn companies can come out to your house and spray an effective treatment on your lawn to help make it more resistant to your pet’s urine. You can also spray water over the grass directly after your pet has urinated to help disperse and dilute the urine more quickly and more evenly.