Dog Poo in My Veggie Patch

I was away from home for about two weeks, when I came back the other day I found my neighbour's dogs in my garden (4 Rottweilers). It appears that they had been there a while. My veggie plot is covered in their poo

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Is there any way I can treat the soil or clear up any pathogens or parasites that may have been left in the soil? How long will I have to leave it before I can use my plots again?

By Becky W.

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April 23, 20170 found this helpful

We have a small dog that pees in the back yard - sometimes where I grow my tomatoes. I add a bag of dirt mixed with the old dirt and some Miracle Gro; plant and wait for the tomatoes. I've been planting three plants in alternating spots for over 15 years and never had a bad crop. We have so many delicious tomatoes I can't eat them all and end up giving them away; about 20 per plant. They grow through the tomato cages all across the sidewalk. So I guess pee from small dogs doesn't need neutralizing.

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