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Question by  KneeDeep (11)

Does female dog urine cause more damage to grass than a male's?


Answer by  dtb (257)

Yes, female dogs generally cause more damage to grass than a male dog does damage. Both do damage to grass, but the female does more damage because there is a more heavily concentrated chemical in a female dog's urine that makes it stronger and damages the grass. It's a very odd thing.


Answer by  Trueakitalover (1728)

No it will do the same amount of damage. A female from a males urine is the same concentration. It does depend on how much water your pet drinks the more it drinks the less acid that would be in the urine to brown the grass out in the yard.


Answer by  Twins3307 (97)

Generally, a female dog's urine causes more damage to grass than a male dog's, simply because the urine is more concentrated due to the fact that females squat to urinate.


Answer by  cafish (2035)

Yes, because female dogs squat and the urine is more concentrated. Male dogs lift their leg and the urine spreads over a larger area. That way, it is less concentrated and does less damage.


Answer by  ramoskenneth285 (631)

The answer is yes because the method of female dogs to urinate is different.The female will squat and empty her whole bladder in one spot where the male is often urinate.This will make the concentration of urine and nitrogen stronger that's why the urine of female dogs make more damage.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Not at all the only thing that would make it worse is if the female has some kind of infection that is not being treated.


Answer by  Earl98 (152)

I am not sure as to why one would cause more damage that the other. It would make more sense if you were asking a fixed versus unfixed question but this is not likely. Is there a particular reason why you are asking this question? Are you having this problem?

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