Posted: 23/06/2012 at 19:00
Fruit and veg are good for your dog, its in their food already ...but altering Ph is a little scary. Messing with Ph can cause problems with stomach, urinary tract, vitamin/ protein absorbtion, etc, the list goes on. So if theres even a chance that altering a dog's Ph could be bad for their health, don't risk your dogs health to just to have a nicer lawn. Instead of wasting time and effort on fixing or watering patches (or giving your dog something that alters what urine does naturally) put some effort into retraining them. The best approach is having an alternate area for them- rocks or mulch work great! If you have a male, put in a stake. It is completely worth it! NO MORE PATCHES!