How long after you put lime on your grass can your dog go outside on the grass?
It's best to water them in thoroughly before letting your pet out, especially if he/she is likely to try and eat them.
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A herbacious plant with tiny stems that are only a few milimeters in height and long, slender leaves. It contains no branches like trees, shrubs and forbs do, and its growth points are very close to the ground. They flower by shooting their growth points up on one single stem and opening up the inid…ividual "flowers" or inflourescences to allow pollination. Once finised the inflourescence closes and hardens, becoming a seed. It is the fundamental plant that all grazing herbivores survive and live on, and is also the fundamental plant for creating "green spaces" on our lawns and in our parks. (MORE)
Answer . Because ....... I FEEL GOOD (SONG) by James Brown Whoa-oa-oa! I feel good, I knew that I would, now I feel good, I knew that I would, now So good, so good, I got you. Just like humans when we have a bowel movement it's such a relief at times that as James Brown sang 'IT FEELS GOO…D! Now your dog is ready to start all over again and eat, run, play and just be with you! . Another answer: . That's funny...and probably true to some extent. But the real reason is that dogs mark their territory with scent, and the scratching is to spread the scent over a larger area. Male dogs hike their legs when they pee for a similar reason; to give the impression that they're bigger than they really are. (MORE)
Adding lime to your lawn changes its pH value.. Lime is Calcium Oxide also known as Quicklime or Burnt Lime, which is an alkaline. Adding lime effectively reduces the acidity of your lawn.
yes. only when they are sick yes they do when they have an upset stomach and they want to be sick then they eat grass
Well, dogs eat grass because it helps them vomit but they could be sick. Whether its a 24 hour hour bug to pneumonia.
Why Are My Dogs Eating Grass? So your beloved dog is clearly acting like a cow and you are totally confused to why you just witnessed your dog eating grass. Thinking to yourself, you begin to wonder.. Is he hungry? Bored? or Sick? Rest assured that you're not alone in your concern, especia…lly if your dog is eating grass and being sick. The unsolved mystery deepens of why dogs eat grass. There have been a number of theories over the years as to why dogs eat grass and as yet, there is still not one meaningful explanation. I can say that I've witnessed a dog eating grass and accidentally getting a good nasal cleanse, as the thick blade of grass invades the nasal passage and explosively finds its way back out. Though it is highly unlikely that the dog eating grass was intentionally cleaning out his nose! A dog eating grass does not have the ability to digest it, as they lack the enzymes needed to break it down. Thus, there is little nutritional value in it for them. One reason for a dog eating grass may be due to feeling ill. It is possible that dogs eat grass as a temporary solution for stomach upsets. Full Answer Here - http://www.all-greatquotes.com/allaboutpets/questions-about-dogs/why-are-my-dogs-eating-grass/ (MORE)
It depends why the dog ate the grass. If it has an upset stomach and then eats grass, the dog will often regurgitate the food and the grass to clear it's stomach to make it feel better. Sometimes a dog will nibble grass for no other reason that it enjoys doing so. Also if the dog does happen t…o eat grass it could hert them when they poo it out, which isn't plesant to pick up! :P (MORE)
Dogs like to eat grass because it does not sit in their stomach, so if they ate something bad then they ate grass they would throw up the grass and the bad stuff thet they ate.
Grass exists because it has evolved to be able to thrive under wild grazing animals' grazing habits. However the true reason why grass exists is an ultimate evolutionary and botany mystery to us all. Think of it this way: Why do humans exist? A strange, yet great question. Grass is the type of plant… that is found all over the planet, with many different species that suite each environment. Grasslands take up a vast part of the terrestrial portions of Earth, much more than forests do. We humans have made use of grasses in several different forms: as food for ourselves, food for the animals we raise, and as an aesthetic space around our homes. Grain is primarily from grasses that have been artificially selected to produce larger seeds than their wild ancestors. Barley, wheat, rye and corn are such plants. Grain is used to make bread, and is also a faster means to fatten livestock. Grasses that are more in their original state such as brome, Kentucky blue grass, creeping red fescue, orchard grass, tall fescue, bahia grass, big bluestem grass, etc. are all used in livestock pastures for livestock to graze on. Buffalo grass, Kentucky Blue, Creeping Red, etc. are grasses we like to use for our lawns because they are soft on our feet and easy to grow and care for year after year. Grasses are also used for building houses, as weapons, tools, etc. Bamboo, Elephant grass and Sorghum is a prime example for the three latter examples. (MORE)
Yes, lime does kill grass because it is very acidic. The acidity oflime kills the cells of the grass therefore leading to the dryingof the grass.
Dogs eat grass usually to settle their upset stomach, it will help them vomit. It is a perfectly natural behavior. Don't worry too much about them eating grass but be aware there could be an underlying disorder. In addition, too much vomitting and prolonged stomach upset can lead to dangerous levels… of dehydration. . My experience with my cat eating grass is that it helps her throw up hair that has been ingested from grooming herself. . If your dog eats grass it is good because it helps clean their stomach (MORE)
if u want to kill them yes but make sure they are hungry otherwise they will survive
unlucky, seems a bunch of kids dont like you.... or the mail man dropped the post..... either way not great you have a bunch of annoying kids. Mmmm thanks kaykay... glad you put the time into that....
Take them to an area with no grass. That is a natural behavior, they are trying to cover up the scent so that other animals will not hunt them down using the scent.
It's not a good idea if the grass has ever been treated with pesticides or even fertilizer, as most fertilizers contain pesticides. These can sicken or even kill your crab. You are also exposing your crab to the possibility of other insects and/or diseases.
It shouldn't hurt them, however, when they eat grass it's usually a good sign that they are sick. Another answer: Eating grass makes dogs throw up, which usually relieves their minor stomach upsets. If they only do it occasionally and they're fine after they vomit, it's just their way of getti…ng relief, and you should allow them to do it. But if they eat grass all the time, something's off with their diet or digestion, and the vet needs to take a look at them. (MORE)
Yes, Cows cannot eat weeds. Make sure you plant some grass or buy some fodder.
No it won't even in large doses, what it will do is increase the soil PH which some grasses don't like so check with a garden center in your area for your soils needs. Cheers, Barry
Why Are My Dogs or Cats Eating Grass? So your beloved dog or cat is clearly acting like a cow and you are totally confused to why you just witnessed your dog or cat eating grass. Thinking to yourself, you begin to wonder.. Is he hungry? Bored? or Sick? Rest assured that you're not alone in your c…oncern, especially if your dog or cat is eating grass and being sick. On occasions, I have witnessed dogs that seem to lick READ FULL ANSWER HERE >> http://www.all-greatquotes.com/allaboutpets/questions-about-dogs/why-are-my-dogs-eating-grass/#whydogeatgrass (MORE)
Kill the dogs, or remove the grass... Uhm, why don't you put them on a leash, or build a fence?
I'm wondering the same thing. I have moles that are eating the grubs, but my dog is killing the moles...she's up to 4 this week.
They smell because they are looking for a good spot to relax and take a break from all the trouble they've done in a day.
While... Usually, when a dog eats grass it is because their stomach hurts. I'm assuming it is the same case with a pregnant dog.. Check out the related link.
You cannot put regular grass into a tank, but you can get the look of grass by planting aquarium plants called Betta Grass.
Lime wont directly help grass. Lime will decrease the pH of the soil. Australian soils are typically acidic and adding some lime can help bring the pH to nuetral.
because all grass can clog your dog butt and it will be hard for him to poo!
How do you get the cheat when you put a Pokémon's number in your calculator and when you go in the grass it is there?
i don't know but i know an ARDS cheat similar to that. just go to elitepokemontrainers.net
Yes, if dogs eat grass they can barf, die, or choke. It matters what type of grass...or how much grass. My dog ate regular grass before. It made her bark when she was sleeping... :3 So don't let your dog eat grass... mostly if it's plastic. If any problems, send a e-mail to email@example.com Enjo…y doggies eating grass ^^ (Really DON'T let them eat grass.) (MORE)
Bermuda grass is not tolerant of atrazine and it can possibly kill the grass. Certainly some state agricultural agencies recommend using atrazine to control weeds in Bermuda grass, but its use should probable be limited to times when the average temperatures are at or below 50 o F, i.e. when the …Bermuda grass is dormant. See http://commodities.caes.uga.edu/turfgrass/georgiaturf/WeedMngt/weedcontrol/ATHCAL01.pdf (MORE)
No, and anyways it wouldn't be logic. The grass would die in about six hours anyways.
"Burning the grass" happens because a dog is urinating in one area too much, which results in a high level of nitrogen which kills the grass off. To stop this, you will need to convince your dog to urinate in different areas; a quality dog trainer can help you with this. Another option would be to g…ive up having grass right there and simply put in pea gravel to help the liquid drain away. You may also want to talk to your veterinarian and make sure your dog's kidneys are working properly and that he is staying hydrated. It may be worthwhile to track how much water your dog is actually drinking throughout the day to see if he's consuming enough water. (MORE)
Dog urine, or any other urine for that matter, will affect grass by getting it wet if the urine comes in contact with it. This is due to the high water content of urine. If urine does not come in contact with grass, the grass should not be affected at all but I cannot confirm this statement 100%.
Not necessarily. Dogs will eat grass when their stomach is upset for any reason. If you suspect your dog has worms, it won't hurt a thing to give them a de-wormer and see if they stop eating grass within a couple of days. If not, best to have a vet check them out.
It's OK if he only eats some but if he is grazing like a horse, call a vet. Because dogs and wolfs eat grass after a big meal to help it digest or help an upset stomach. If he eats way to much it is probably because his stomach hurts. Another answer: Specifically, eating grass makes dogs throw u…p, which usually relieves their minor stomach upsets. If they only do it occasionally and they're fine after they vomit, it's just their way of getting relief, and you should allow them to do it. But if they eat grass all the time, something's off with their diet or digestion, and the vet needs to take a look at them. (MORE)
Yes you can. Atrazine does not hurt Zoysia grass. just be sure to use it at the recommended rate. If you use too much then it will cause damage to the grass.
yes it helps with their digestive system. When a dog eats grass, it generally means something is up with their stomach. If they only do it occasionally, it should be no problem. However, if they do it all the time, you should go to the vet.
Use saline solution like what you'd use to clean contact lenses. The dog will blink out the grass.
You should probably wait over night. Read the back label and see if it says anything.
Only if it needs lime. Have someone take a soil test for you to check the pH level. If it reads between 6.5 and 6.7 your fine. If the test reads low...its too acidic and then and only then do you apply lime which may green up the lawn. If the numbers are too high then it needs to be more acidic wi…th possibly a sulfur application. As a hot product I recommend only a professional apply sulfur or a high sulfur fertilzer...if improperly applied to your lawn, it will burn and then your grass wont be green for a while. The practice of throwing down lime every year is an old farmers tale. You could be taking your lawn in the wrong direction. (MORE)
Dogs rub on grass for the same reasons that people itch their bottoms. Either because they are wiping or cleaning something off of it, such as waste, or they are trying to itch it They could have worms, is your dog regularly dewormed. They also could have blocked anal glands , your vet can check f…or this and give the appropriate treatment. (MORE)
My vet told me, they can go outside 2 weeks after their 3rd series of shots.
Usually dogs eat grass to calm an upset stomach, or if your dog is dappy (like mine) they'll eat grass just for the sake of it. I would recommend that you take your dog to the vet for a check up if your dog still refuses food and eats grass after a couple of days, as there may be an underlying probl…em. but on the whole its perfectly natural for a dog to eat grass. (MORE)
You have to be careful with grass there could be pesticides on it or even run off pesticides from your neighbor both of which could kill your pet
cause when it has a stomach eak it eats the grass to make its stomach settle down
dog eat grass simply because they ate somthing that does not agree with them. The grass makes the dog get sick so they can get rid of what ever was making them feel bad. so dont yell at your dog when they are eating grass because grass is like a tums for dogs.
Why Are My Dogs Eating Grass? Former Veterinary Nurse - So your beloved dog is clearly acting like a cow and you are totally confused to why you just witnessed your dog eating grass. Is he hungry? Bored? or Sick? Rest assured that you?re not alone in your concern, especially if your dog is eating… grass & being sick. Full Answer HERE >> http://www.all-greatquotes.com/allaboutpets/questions-about-dogs/why-are-my-dogs-eating-grass/#whydogeatgrass Read more: http://www.all-greatquotes.com/allaboutpets/questions-about-dogs/why-are-my-dogs-eating-grass/#whydogeatgrass . (MORE)
lol idk check it up !!! Answer This depends on the PH of the soil in your lawn area. In the northwest the soils tend to be acidic. Most of the time, you want lawns soil to be between. 6.5 and 7.5. If it is acidic, you want to add lime. Also adding lime to your grass is a good way to pr…event moss. (MORE)
You train them to go in a certain spot. My Nana trained her dog to do her business in the weeds that are connected to her back yard. Usually people put a little fence up in a corner of the yard big enough for them to walk back and forth looking for a spot to do their business and they will only go i…n that spot. You have to train them to go where you want them to. If you don't, well they will go where ever they want. . Fun Fact: Because dogs are carnivores and eat a high level of protein in their diet, they break the protein down and excrete it as nitrogen in the urine. The result is a killing of the grass from an overload of nitrogen. (MORE)
I'm not that sure but I think it's because when they eat it therestomach dosn't wanna keep it in there.
A "personification" is an attribution of a personal nature or humancharacteristics to something non-human. "Grass" is vegetation consisting of typically short plants withlong, narrow leaves. It is therefore not obvious how you could put one into the other.