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I have lots of grass and weeds growing where they aren't wanted! When is it safe for my dog to go back in the yard if I use zero weed killer?

We recently excavated all of our lawn and laid tuscan topping. We didnt think we would need weed matt in between and we were wrong. There is so much grass growing through it and other lovely weeds. The only option we have is to use a weed killer but we are worried it might harm our dog?

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