No. Some female dogs frequently urinate in the same spot all the time. Vinegar will not keep her urine from killing a spot in the grass.
You cant. Only female dogs do it and there is no way to prevent it.
Yes, all dogs urinate.
Dogs sometimes have urges to urinate where other dogs have...it's nothing unusual
dogs urinate to mark their territory, so your dog is probably letting other dogs know that the bed belongs to him.
Unfortunately, yes. Both male and female dog urine kills grass. It is the acid in the urine that is the culprit. Since changing their diet does not help, about the only thing you can do is to immediately dilute the urine with water (a bit tedious) or have your dog urinate elsewhere.
Dogs should urinate every 8 to 10 hours at 20 ml per pound.
they don't urinate on their food or drinking water
Dogs eat grass to help them digest.
* Train your dogs to urinate elsewhere (e.g concrete, on walks...) * Ask the vets if they have anything * Go to a pet store to see if they is anything you can spray on the lawn which smells horrible so the dogs dont go on there
to mark their territory
Dogs urinate, defecate and respire, these are all forms of excretion.
Dogs eat grass usually when they have an upset tummy.
i dont think dogs or any animal, is supposed to do that!
dogs can eat grass to help them digest the food. But too much grass can hurt their stomachs.
To spread their scent about.
You should know that dogs and cats do.
No, they have a similar system to humans.
Their bladder tells them "it's time"
Yes you can, such as a cat has a litterbox. Only you'll have to train it to urinate in that place.