If you have a dog, there’s a good chance your lawn has several brown and yellow spots – spots have lost their color to the the nitrogen in your dog’s urine.
One simple around this is to dedicate an area of your yard that’s both out of site and properly equipped to handle your dog and its playful behavior. You can do this with a patch of fake grass for dogs, which includes a deodorant to minimize odor.
Even better is to designate a bathroom area for your pet. It takes some work, but is possible to train dogs to go in just one or two places in your yard. The ingenious locale shown here is hidden behind a fence.
Explore your options and consider exploring a more dog-friendly lawn to reduce your frustration and increase the appeal of your yard.