Lawn Pee Spot

Instant cover up and long term cure.


Don’t listen to MYTHS, wives’ tales, home remedies, and sales pitches that may end up harming your dog’s health. Your dog’s urine burns your lawn because of HIGH nitrogen levels, nothing else.  (It has nothing to do with PH) There is NOT one SINGLE peer reviewed study that shows FEED supplements will actually REDUCE the nitrogen levels.  However, there is PLENTY of evidence (see below) that many of these supplements contain ingredients that CAN in fact harm your dog.  STOP treating you DOG and treat the spots.


High Nitrogen is The Cause

Dump a small pile of fertilizer on your lawn and that spot will burn.  Same with dog pee as it contains high levels of nitrogen that burn the lawn and turn spots yellow. The key is to help speed the removal / dilution of nitrogen from that spot and allow grass to return.

It’s not Magic – Just Science and 3 Ingredients

1- Lawn Pee Spot ™ contains OMRI Organic approved lawn dye. This will cover up the yellow spots and return them to green while your lawn recovers. (It takes time) 

2- It contains gypsum which will help loosen up clay soils, reduce excess sodium, and assist in flushing of nitrogen. 

3- It contains a surfactant. Surfactants reduce surface tension of soils and allow water to penetrate and flush. Surfactants are used by golf courses all over the world. 


How to Use LawnPeeSpot ™

  1.  Using something like a screwdriver, poke the area with several holes. This will allow water, oxygen, and soil microbes to enter the soil deeper. 
  2. Shake well as the gypsum has a tendency to settle, then spray Lawn Pee Spot™ only on the yellow portion. When you first spray it, it will look too BOLD in color. Allow to sit for a few minutes.
  3. Lightly mist until the color matches you lawn.
  4. The more you FLUSH the area with water the better.  Many will often do two treatments watering in the first treatment heavily.
  5. The area will darken over time and you can reapply if needed, but within 6-10 days you will see grass start to return in Bermuda or creeping lawns.  Non-creeping lawns such as fescue may need a light coat of seed.


Research and Studies

“The pH of the urine has little or no effect on the urine damage to the lawn. The addition of acidifying agents, including nutritional supplements like D-I, Methionine (Methioform), Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), or fruit juices will have no benefit for this problem and may predispose the dog to an increased incidence of certain bladder stones. Likewise, alkalinizing agents, including baking soda and potassium citrate can predispose to other types of bladder stones or infections. The addition of any of these supplements has enough potential to cause harm, with limited to no known benefit for the lawn, and are not recommended.” Study by Dr. Steve Thompson, DVM – Director Purdue University Veterinary

Turf grasses actually prefer a slightly acidic pH, but can tolerate a wide range – 5.5 to 7.5 or higher and still do well. Dog urine has a pH between 6.0 and 7.0, depending on the dog’s diet and health. it is NOT the pH of the urine that kills the grass. 

Since pH is not the reason for the brown spots, feeding additives to your dog will not stop the brown spots and can actually be harmful to your dog. Veterinarians warn that feeding pH altering supplements such as tomato juice, vinegar or baking soda could result in urinary tract diseases, bladder infections, crystals and bladder stones.