Dog Rocks®

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Original Dog Rocks - the safe and natural way to help stop nasty brown urine burn stains. Put the stones in your dog's drinking water to reduce the nitrate content....further information
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Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
Dog Rocks®
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Original Dog Rocks - the safe and natural way to help stop nasty brown urine burn stains. Put the stones in your dog's drinking water to reduce the nitrate content.

Dog owners will recognise those ugly, dead patches on the lawn where your pet has marked its territory or done its business and the grass has scorched and turned yellow. Original Dog Rocks® put an end to lawns ruined with ugly urine burn. Simply place the natural stones in your pet's water bowl to purify the water. The nitrate content in your dog's urine will be reduced and less harmful to your lovely green lawn.

Dog Rocks is a completely natural mineral product, mined in Australia.

How do these rocks work? They work by eliminating harmful trace elements including nitrates. Dogs produce nitrates as a by-product of the protein in their diet. These nitrates are expelled in the urine and unfortunately, if the levels of nitrates are high the urine will scorch the grass.

Your dog's drinking water also contains impurities and Dog Rocks act as a water purifying agent. The active components in the rocks help to purify and remove some of harmful trace elements, providing your dog with a cleaner source of water. Cleaner water lowers the nitrate content of the urine and helps to stop nasty burnt patches on your law. Dog Rocks are a 100% Natural Australian product and will not break down or leech into your pet's drinking water. They are completely safe to use.

Dog Rocks come in an ecologically friendly pack, made from recycled material.

How to use Dog Rocks natural stones:

  • Wash the Dog Rocks thoroughly under running water to remove any dust.
  • Place the entire pack of Dog Rocks in your dog’s water bowl, if you have more than one water bowl, you will need another whole pack of Dog Rocks, each water supply should have one entire pack of Dog Rocks in it. One pack is sufficient for use in one drinking bowl and Dog Rocks® work best if replaced every two months. You will find a handy diary sticker in the packet to remind you when to change the Dog Rocks.
  • Your dog should only drink water from the bowl with rocks. If it drinks from other sources such as ponds, toilets, swimming pools etc. it will have a negative effect on the results.
  • For best results, refresh the water at night every two to three days and top up at night in between.

Please note: The Dog Rocks Natural stones will not bring dead lawns back to life but it should help to prevent new scorched patches. You must replace your Dog Rocks every two months.
Dogs with extremely high protein diets or those which consume high protein treats on a daily basis may not get the full benefit of Dog Rocks.

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: 1/5
no working
don't work for my dog
: 4/5
Very pleased
I wasn't convinced these would work but gave them a try. As we've got 3 dogs I got 3 jugs instead of using them in the bowl and run with the 3 that way there is always one ready that the rocks have been in for the 12 hours prior to drinking. I leave them in for 2 months or just over in winter and around 4/6 weeks in summer when they are drinking more. Grass is green and I'm convinced they work as everyone else says don't know how but they do.
: 2/5
Bit unsure really
At the start I thought it was working great but having inspected the lawn recently I'm not so convinced and I think 2 months is stretching it.
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: 5/5
I have two standard Poodles, a dog and a bitch, so not only burns on the law, but my shrubs suffer as well. The Dog Rocks worked within a few days, never believing in "sell/use by dates", I found the burns reappearing after nearly four months and again disappeared after a few days of renewing them. My dogs drink a lot of water from streams when we are out on daily walks and at home they have four water bowels, only one has the rocks in it, although I do leave the "used" ones in the others- I don't know what else to do with them!! I have read a few negative reports, so I don't know if I am just lucky or whether the water is different where I live in Provence, France or the diet my dogs eat? But they work for me, a fussy Brit expat who likes a green lawn!
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: 1/5
Did not work for us
Despite using Dog Rocks for the last 12 months (and changing as advised), our lawn is still spattered with yellow urine burns (and it's definitely the dogs, not me!).
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: 1/5
Didn't work for me!
I have been seduced into buying these (expensive) rocks two or three times now, for two different dogs and they just don't work for me. I've filled up bowls and replaced/topped up water as per the instructions, but still ended up with brown, dead/dying grass. One dog was on a low protein diet and the other dog on a normal dog food diet and still, it made no difference whatsoever. The last packet I bought actually had a disclaimer in it saying it didn't guarentee to do anything, so I'm thinking emperors new clothes here. I'm happy that it works from some people, but it certainly hasn't for me and I shall not be buying any more. I just take my chap for more walks so he can 'get things out of his system' before we go into the garden.
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: 5/5
Dog Rocks
When I first heard about these rocks I must admit I was intrigued as to how or if they would work as they are not particularly cheap for basically what looks like 'garden' rocks! But I have to say, get them they are amazing!! its true they dont cure the already 'scorched'patches on the lawn but they definitely help prevent any further scorching therefore leaving your lawn to recover. Don't ask me how they work... they just do!
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