Summer is Coming; PetNaturals Lawn Aid for Dogs Prevents Lawn Discoloration; Says DogWhatever.com

Keep Lawns Looking Good with PetNaturals Lawn Aid Soft Chews in a Treat Form

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Lawn Aid

Helps Reduce Urine Damage to Lawns

Anoka, MN (PRWEB) April 27, 2012

DogWhatever offers a natural way to prevent lawn discoloration with PetNaturals Lawn Aid bone shaped soft chews for dogs. Lawn Aid is a formula that has been designed to help reduce urine damage to lawns and prevents discoloration caused by nitrogen burn. The soft chews helps reduce ammonia and nitrogen concentration in the urine and supports bladder urinary tract health. Lawn Aid chews are all natural and tastes tests reveal 97% palatability.

DogWhatever offers a complete line of the PetNatural products. PetNaturals offers a variety of health benefits, contained in different formulas. Among those are Hip + Joint soft chews, which support joint structure, Skin + Coat soft chews which aid in maintaining a healthy coat and Calming soft chews to help your dog or cat mellow out. According to product research, milk protein and amino acids are credited with having a rapid calming effect in pets. While results for the Hip + Joint formula may take up to thirty days, the Calming formula takes effect in as little as twenty minutes.

About DogWhatever:

DogWhatever.com is a subsidiary of DLS Solutions, LLC based in Minnesota, "Land of 10,000 Pets" DogWhatever understands that pets are a part of the family. This website was started for the pet owner; a place to purchase vitamins and supplements that they so deserve and to treat them to fun and necessity items. Feeling secure in ordering and in the products is important so DogWhatever.com has a 30 day money back guarantee and a secure website for safe and easy ordering.

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Visit http://DogWhatever.com for the complete line of Pet Products.

DogWhatever
619 Weaver Blvd
Anoka MN 55303


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