It's very simple – Dog Rocks stop pet urine ruining your lawn, grass, shrubs and hedging.
What’s it all about?
100% natural, proven & hassle free prevention & cure to canine lawn urine burn patches, no medication required & as our studies show, safe for all breeds of dogs and any other pet you share your household with.
Placed in a dog’s water bowl with no change to the pH balance of the dog’s urine, Dog Rocks will help pet urine killing your grass. Dog Rocks have been selling in Australasia since the late 1990s when their beneficial properties were discovered, tried, tested & then sold with great success.
Dog Rocks are now available worldwide online & in store across the vet, pet, garden centre & giftware markets.
Dog Rocks are endorsed by expert Freelance Veterinary Journalist, Pete Wedderburn. Click here to see the latest article.
Extreme warmth – You may find that in times of extremely sunny weather and high temperatures your dog will drink more water. In these circumstances you may find that you will have to "up" your dosage of Dog Rocks and in some cases even double it. Dog Rocks are not an exact science and every dog is different but once you have sussed out what works for you, there is no reason for any more burn patches on your lawn as long as directions for use are adhered to.
The Technical Blurb
Dog Rocks are a coherent Rock with a mechanically stable framework meaning no significant mineral particles are released into the pet’s drinking water, in other words, Dog Rocks do not break down or leech anything into the pet’s drinking water. Dog Rocks form a stable matrix and a micro porous medium in which active components are able to act as a water purifying agent through ion exchange. For this reason, when placed in water, Dog Rocks will help purify the water by removing some harmful trace elements.
This gives your dog a cleaner source of water therefore lowering the amount of nitrates found in their diet thereby lowering the amount that is expelled in their urine. It is an overload of nitrates in urine that causes the brown patches on the grass. Dogs do produce nitrates as a by-product from the protein in their diet, but the difference between too much nitrate that will kill the grass and the amount of nitrate that will be good for the grass is very small.
Over 1 million Rocks sold Worldwide!