The solution to brown urine lawn spots
Have a spot free lawn in 5 weeks - simply rinse and place Dog Rocks in your pet's water bowl and that's it!
A 100% natural and hassle-free solution to urine burn patches on your lawn and shrubs. Dog Rocks placed in your dog’s drinking water will begin to filter out impurities such as tin, ammonia and nitrates. These impurities are usually passed out through your dog’s urine and can result in urine burns on your grass.
- A safe, non-toxic, chemical-free way to eliminate pet urine burn marks on lawns
- Dog Rocks will give your furry friend a cleaner source of water
- Dog Rocks do not change the pH balance of your dog’s drinking water or urine
- Pet parent and vet endorsed worldwide
CAUTION – Do not be fooled by other products claiming to be as effective as Dog Rocks. Our’s are original, authentic, regularly lab tested. Dog households have been using our products for well over 15 years and we guarantee that they will work in 9 out of 10 cases.
If you feed your dog a raw diet you may find Dog Rocks less effective. This is due to a raw diet being high in protein which when digested forms nitrates. Dog Rocks work by filtering out nitrates and other impurities from your dog’s drinking water; by feeding a raw meat diet the nitrates will still be present in your dog’s urine via their diet.
Feeding your dog an all raw diet and using Dog Rocks will not cause a problem with your dog, however you may still experience lawn burns and may require a higher dosage.
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 leak anything into the pet’s drinking water. Dog Rocks provide a stable matrix and a micro-porous medium in which active components are able to act as a water purifying agent through ion exchange. So when placed in water, Dog Rocks will help purify the water by removing some nitrates, ammonia and harmful trace elements thereby giving your dog a cleaner source of water and lowering the amount of nitrates found in their diet. This in turn lowers the amount that is expelled in their urine. An overload of nitrates in urine will cause lawns to burn. 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.