Dog Rocks are used to help prevent those nasty urine burn patches; they sadly cannot bring back dead lawn back to life. However, with proper lawn care you will start to see a noticeable difference in around five weeks. You can also investigate ways to repair the damage with natural lawn feeds and even resowing patches with lawn seed (Johnson’s Lawn Seed even offers a lawn seed which is resistant to dog urine, so you’ll be doubly protected!), though do remember to cordoned off the area as lawn seed can become trap in dog’s paws and cause injury.
Dog Rocks were created with the health and wellbeing of dogs in mind. Unlike other products on the market, Dog Rocks are 100% natural and do not change the pH of a dog’s urine. No pills, sprays or chemicals are needed. Simply place in your dog water bowl and the rocks will work their magic – just remember to replace the Dog Rocks every two months for maximum efficiency.
Dog Rocks can be purchased from a range of retailers including leading pet stores, as well as from www.dogrocks.com
A two-month supply of Dog Rocks (200g) costs £12.00, whilst larger 600g bags can be purchased for £24.00. A special monthly subscription can also be purchased at £24.00. Smaller dogs can also benefit from using Dog Rocks with a special 100g bag available for £9.99.
Any dog owner will know the pain of how dog urine can cause unsightly marks on the lawn. These little yellow patches surrounded by lush green edges don’t always have to blight lawns however, as millions of dog parents have found out since the launch of the Dog Rocks in 2003.
Can cats drink water with Dog Rocks?
Are Dog Rocks safe for other animals who may share the same water bowl? Yes, Dog Rocks are safe for all animals. Cats, cattle, horses, chickens, etc.
Are Dog Rocks OK for cats?
Yes, Dog Rocks can be used for cats with great effect and in the same way. Dog Rocks are a 100% natural product with no side effects and no change to the pH balance of your pet’s urine.
Dog Rocks – Burn Patch Preventor
I first heard about Dog Rocks in a Facebook Group a couple of weeks ago. Someone was looking for a solution to the urine burn marks their dog left on the lawn and Dog Rocks were suggested. At first I visualized rocks that were used to cover up the burn marks, but that is not how this product works. Instead you put the rocks in the drinking water and they absorb nitrates from the water. As one advertisement put it, “less nitrates going in means less nitrates coming out the other end,” With lower nitrates, the grass is not burned and your dog no longer creates spots on the lawn.
Normally, when I review products for the garden I try to be politically correct and bite my tongue, but not this time. This is the dumbest product I have ever come across. A small bit of logic will tell you that it has zero chance of working and I’ll explain why shortly.