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    Hello! Lola has been killing grass with her pee! I knew it was going to happen and I wouldn't care so much buts it is my in laws yard she is killing. We found this stuff by nature vet and it is a grass saver/ cranberry supplement... has anyone used it? Is it going to hurt Lola?

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    I have never seen anything that actually works to be honest.
    We have trained Lulu to not pee on the grass and to go pee on the rocks instead.
    Seems females are trainable after all!!!!!!!!!!!
    Oh oh here comes the smack downs.

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    Hahaha! My in laws are not that worried about it, or so they say, but they take pride in their back yard. We are trying to train her to go in specific spots of their back yard, but so far nothing. The grass saver tabs don't look too bad though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heff102 View Post
    I have never seen anything that actually works to be honest.
    We have trained Lulu to not pee on the grass and to go pee on the rocks instead.
    Seems females are trainable after all!!!!!!!!!!!
    Oh oh here comes the smack downs.
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    Default Re: Grass saver!

    Quote Originally Posted by Heff102 View Post
    I have never seen anything that actually works to be honest.
    We have trained Lulu to not pee on the grass and to go pee on the rocks instead.
    Seems females are trainable after all!!!!!!!!!!!
    Oh oh here comes the smack downs.
    Ha! You really think you are clever don't you? Come over here so I can whack you with my book.....it's a big one too. Hardback to go with your hard head.


    Seriously, though, I haven't found anything that really works either. BUT when I actually was worried about it, I would carry a gallon jug of water out there and when my females would pee, I would dump water on it. It seemed to help a bit.
    Last edited by GatorRay; 08-12-2012 at 07:14 PM.

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