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Hannieroo wrote:Dog urine creates burnt patches on grass and faeces cannot be properly cleaned away with just a pick up.
Dog urine makes great fertiliser if watered immediately.
Used to carry a 1.5 litre bottle of water when I walked the dog.
OK, so those spots got greener & more lush & needed to be cut sooner.
Also would take half sheets of newspaper pages folded a few times to place under the dog's butt just as he squatted.
Easy to pick up without leaving any residue.
It just takes a little consideration.
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