After all, nobody likes dead grass and brown spots on their carefully mowed lawn.
But wait, shouldn’t our lawn need nitrogen to be healthy?
Did I forget to mention that your dog’s poop contains way too much nitrogen, which instead of favoring your grass can cause a burning effect ultimately resulting in killing your grass?
This causes dead spots near the area, which later on becomes home to 23 million fecal coliform bacteria.
as well as you and your family (such as diarrhea, cramps, various intestinal and kidney related issues etc.).
I can bet that currently you are planning to adjust some pet waste removal strategies into your busy schedule of cooking dinner, answering emails, managing the family schedule, organizing that wedding etc.