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wow. i'm willing to try it.
i don't have "spots". i have one big spot.
 

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I don't have any ideas on how to remove the spots, just how to prevent them.

The urine is actually healthy for the grass in more dilute form. It's just that it's too strong as it comes from the tap.

Keep a gallon jug of water by the door you use to take the dog out and wherever it pees, pour the water over it. Works fine.

http://plantanswers.tamu.edu/turf/dog_lawn_problems.html

Save your $$$ and your grass.
 
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Get all the grass out, and make it a nice parkinglot or some thing like that 8)
 

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Yep, I do what Bob does.

Sometimes people miss the exact spot, though. ::) LOL

(We just hav a few spots considering that sometimes have 7 labs running around/peeing in our yard) :)
 
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