It will need a substrate like pea gravel or mulch that the dog finds acceptable and may even include a marking post like a large boulder, bird bath, lawn ornament, or even faux hydrant. This sure would make it much easier. Most people who want to avoid their dog peeing on their grass create a special bathroom spot in their yard with mulch, gravel or cement. Great information on this site. See the 'Pee on Command' method. The brown spot that result will often have a green ring around the outside. Spray a commercial dog repellent.
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Lawn Burn Solutions
This would make the job a lot easier. Give the command to pee only when on cement surfaces. Diluting the urine through increasing water consumption. It could illicit a negative reaction and lying will compromise your ability to appeal to authorities later in the process. Your neighbors may think it a little odd to see you carting your spice rack around the yard, sprinkling a little of this and that, but who cares? Eventually your dog will learn to associate peeing with cement surfaces and avoid peeing on grass or lawn. After much money gone to the vet, his pee was still killing the lawn. Repeat the process daily for several days.
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How to Prevent Your Dog’s Urine From Killing Grass
A variable reward system utilizing one standard treat if urinating anywhere outside and several treats or a special treat if in the designated area can be helpful in this process and avoid confusing the dog regarding the new housebreaking rules. You will get the same kind of burn if you put a concentrated handful of fertilizer in one spot. Repeat at least twice per week. An understanding of the interaction between dogs and the lawn can keep the yard and family at peace, not in pieces. Rosemary works very well as it emits a strong odor that will deter the dog as it sniffs out a place to poop. Most people who want to avoid their dog peeing on their grass create a special bathroom spot in their yard with mulch, gravel or cement. It appears that routine watering of the grass in early mornings would not be sufficient to prevent all urine burns.