I have an area just outside of our garage service door where we always take our two (female) dogs out to ... well, you know. Over time, the grass in this area has eventually been destroyed by their ... well, you know. We regularly keep this are picked up to prevent severe accululation of their... you know.
Needless to say, I know that the high ammonia content in their urine is the culprit after doing some simple investigation. I have heard solutions ranging from letting the go elsewhere in the yard (which would cause little 'burn' spots all over instead of one area) to following up wherever they go with a bucket of water to dilute where they just went. These solutions are not what I'm looking for.
I know there are others who have experienced this same predicament and have oversome the dilemma of damaged grass... I'm looking for anyone's creative, experienced (and much-appreciated) input for addressing this and working toward establishing grass in this area again while (here's the catch) letting them still be able to use this same area for... you know ;o)
Thanks in advance to all who have ideas!
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