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How do I manage pets on a newly seeded lawn?

Josshua

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I am going to be putting some lawn patch repair on the bare parts of my fenced in backyard (mulch/fertilizer/seed) and also some turf builder on the rest of the lawn. When can I let the pets go back in their yard? Would it be best to supervise them when they are in the yard? The packages say it is safe for pets, but I am not sure it is safe for the grass for them to be on it. Any other suggestions would be appreciated on how I can avoid having a big muddy mess this spring since the winter/pets have turned the backyard into a big mess.
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blkbeard

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I work with turf for a living and fighting the dead grass areas from dogs is tough. It is normally the females that are doing most of the grass killing. As far as the dead spots go it is always best to keep the traffic off them as long as possible. Straw can help with the muddy mess. Irrigation helps too. This helps flush the soil in the heat of the summer so that the grass isn't overfed or salted. Spring is a good time to take care of small areas but in the event of a major reseed it is always best to start in late summer or early fall
 

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I was having problems with dead spots on my lawn from the dog's urine. My fertilizer company recommended giving the dog small amount of tomatoe juice becuase it will neutralize the dogs urine and help with urine killing the grass. Hope this helps.
 

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