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Dog urine killing your grass? Is your lawn spotty from Spot's potty-spots?

Dog urine killing your grass? Is your lawn spotty from Spot's potty-spots?

By understanding what really causes those ugly spots--and by taking the right steps--your lawn can be free from those unsightly brown spots caused by Dog urine damage. Dog urine spots are the result of a high concentration of urea nitrogen. Urea is a byproduct of digesting proteins and is an important part of a dog’s healthy kidney functions. LawMutt can help your lawn win the fight against potty-spots. Learn how...

How will fertilizer affect dog urine damaged lawns?

How will fertilizer affect dog urine damaged lawns?

A frequent question from customers we receive is: “Can I fertilize my lawn while using LawnMutt?” First, the fertilizer you choose will make a tre...

Prevent dog urine from killing your grass.

Prevent dog urine from killing your grass.

Dogs cause our lawns to die in spots because they repeatedly urinate in the same areas.  Their urine contains urea, which is 46% nitrogen, as well...

Four Common Myths About Dog Urine Spots

Four Common Myths About Dog Urine Spots

Here’s the truth behind some of the the biggest myths and urban legends about those frustrating dog urine spots. If you own a home and a d...