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    Thomas H

    I have two larger Goldendoodles, 65 – 70 lbs. They are both females and kill the grass from their urine as fast as I can grow it. I have researched that subject and solutions. They have both been fed Taste of the Wild Pacific Salmon for a couple of years. I have noted that that brand is not on the top pics. Can anyone explain if protein in the food can be the cause and if anyone can reccomend a food diet that helps with this. Or is there no connection? Thank you

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    Hi Thomas-
    I have seen supplements that you can add to their water or food which is supposed to help stop this from happening. But, honestly, I do not know what is in the supplements that helps stop the grass from turning brown. I’d be a little nervous about these. Not sure how healthy they are. I’m curious about what others have to say, so I’m “bumping” up your thread. Good luck!

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