Here at Sunday, we love lawns. And dogs. And dogs on lawns. But we’re not too crazy about those inevitable pet spots, so we created a fix that keeps everyone happy. Dogs, lawns, and you included.
While cats can be occasional culprits, pet spots are generally the work of dogs. Their urine contains lactic acid and urea, which can damage or even kill grass when sprayed on concentrated areas. The result? Those universally hated brown patches that challenge so many pet owners.
Enter Pet Patch.
Our liquid lawn repair solution is formulated with hard-working soil remediation ingredients like humic acid, seaweed, and iron that help revive damaged lawn areas. Let’s break down some of the key ingredients:
Good news! Pet Patch will not interfere with the application of your Sunday fertilizers, so carry on with your regular routine. Use Pet Patch for both spot treatments and full-lawn preventive coverage—your choice.
For repairing damaged spots: Spray Pet Patch on affected areas for 15 seconds at a distance of 12 inches, thoroughly soaking damaged areas. Once all spots are treated, remove the sprayer and use the hose to thoroughly water the treatment for about 20 seconds. One pouch covers approximately 50 large pet spots, and you should see results in 21 days.
For preventive use or entire grass coverage: Spray the entire pouch contents onto lawns up to 2,500 sq. ft. For best results, water your lawn thoroughly after application.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, treat!
Sunday ProTip: Do not apply near water, storm drains, or drainage ditches, and avoid applying if heavy rain is expected. If any product runs off onto driveways, sidewalks, or streets, just sweep it back onto your lawn! And always check with your county government to learn whether there are any local regulations for fertilizer use.
An ounce of prevention, so they say, is worth a pound of cure. Here are two tricks that may reduce the likelihood of pet spots:
Isn’t it a relief to know you can keep your dog AND your lawn happy? From the beginning, we designed Sunday with your family and pets in mind, using friendly ingredients that don’t involve scary yellow flags or post-application waiting periods. We want you to enjoy your lawn, and if that enjoyment comes with pet spots, well, you know where to look for help.