My Science Fair Project. By: Drew Dahm. The Big Question . It took me awhile to find my big question, but after a little thinking, I found it! My big question is: Can you make the yellow spots caused by a dog’s urination return to its natural green color?. Hypothesis.
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By: Drew Dahm
It took me awhile to find my big question, but after a little thinking, I found it! My big question is: Can you make the yellow spots caused by a dog’s urination return to its natural green color?
From my big question, I formed the following hypothesis: If the grass that my dog urinated on is watered down with a special liquid, then it will change the yellow spot to green again.
Materials that I needed for my experiment:
Lawn Spot Away (Petsmart Product)
Starke, Katherine. (2004). Dogs and Puppies. New York: Usborne Publishing Ltd.
Thornton, Kim Campbell. (2003). Dog Obedience. New York: Miller Publishing Ltd.
Dogs Urine and Lawn Repair. Retrieved October 12, 2009, fromwww.doggylo.ca/dog_urine_grass.com.
Dog Training. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from www.toiletschool.com
How to rid your grass of urine spots. Retrieved October 12, 2009, from www.ehow.com/how_118272_rid-grass-dog.html