Short of getting rid of my five-year-old lab altogether, does anyone have a good solution for fixing the yellow burn spots in the lawn? There are tons of so-called solutions out there, I've tried supplements, and I'd rather not till up and re-seed.
Does anyone know a way to get rid of these things that doesn't involve green spray paint, and actually works?
My step-mom used to breed and train show dogs....She told me years ago a water solution with baking soda poured on the spot
To help "heal" the spots that have gone brown, the best solution is a pitchfork and water. Just poke holes in the brown area, then let the hose run on it till it's soggy. Repeat a few times and before you know it, new, green grass will follow.
Put tomato juice in his food. That will do it. Worked for my two labs. May they rest in peace.
This worked for me as well. I've tried several supplements from Petco and Theisens and bought some calcium product to shake on and water in but none of that worked. I started putting about 1/2 cup of tomato juice on food 2X per day (100 lb German Shorthair) and IT WORKS GREAT !!!
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