I think there's been a thread on this topic before? Dog wee smell in the garden -- wafting up in the summer heat. Does anyone know how to get rid of it short of washing down the wee after Snowie goes -- can't do that, we have severe water restrictions at the moment. But it is now most unpleasant sitting on the patio on the moment. We have a tiny garden so there are limited options for where he can wee and they're all within smelling distance. I don't want to stop him weeing in the garden. Well, actually, not sure how I'd do that short of keeping him on a leash every time he's allowed out and I don't want to do that (well, it would be very inconvenient given that he can go in and out as he pleases during the day and evening). And yes, you'd think a male dog would save it all up for marking. But no, he does relieve himself after his meals. (Hmmm maybe I should take him onto the sidewalk after his meals -- okay, one idea to try out!) So... is there any kind of chemical that breaks down wee so that it doesn't smell but is also not harmful to the garden (I don't use any insecticides in our garden, it is completely organic -- only worm wee and organic fertiliser). It is a thriving place for insects and birds, which I've spent the last five years cultivating so I am not keen to ruin all that now. Any ideas? Thanks!