Using pet safe fertilizers for your lawn can negate such problems. These days, such fertilizers are readily available in the market and are fairly cheap. Let us discuss some tips on making your lawn safe for your pets.
Soil tests done in the laboratory can reveal it's nutritional deficiencies, and help guide you with the fertilizers to be used. A healthy soil will improve the quality of grass, thereby elevating the resistance of the grass towards pests and insects, and you can easily avoid the use of harmful pesticides and insecticides.
You can also use other materials like straw, dried leaves, wood chips, and nitrogen-rich greens. Composting is a process where biodegradable products are decomposed to form organic rich material. The process is quite simple and you only need to store waste material and leave it to decompose naturally.
All you need is a spray bottle, boiling water, and vinegar. Clove and citrus oil are optional ingredients. Add two parts of boiling water to one part vinegar and add any of the optional ingredients. Pour this mixture into the spray bottle and your pet safe weedkiller is ready. Spray this on your lawn, most preferably in sunlight, to get better results.