The only 100% natural & convenient solution for pet urine burn marks…
Many pet owners will experience dog urine killing their grass at some point, and those unsightly yellow burn marks on your lawn can become a real problem if you don’t deal with them at the source… your dog! Many products claiming to cure your lawn of burn marks will lower the pH of your dog’s urine, which can cause urinary tract infections when used long term. Dog Rocks work by removing the nitrates from the water, and do not change the pH of your dog’s pee. They are completely natural with no known side effects.
Dog Rocks placed in your dog’s water bowl are the only 100% natural and hassle free solution to urine burn marks on your lawn and shrubs. Safe for all household pets, Dog Rocks do not change the pH balance of the dog’s drinking water or urine; you are not medicating your dog in any way and there are no known side effects.
“Dog Rocks are fantastic… what a difference!” Piers – Soham, UK
“I don’t know what I would do without them!” Mrs F. – Ireland
“Dog Rocks are working a treat for my grass, I would definitely recommend them to our clients.” Fiona – Buckley House Veterinary Surgery
“I can confirm that my lawn is so much better, even in the drought!” Lorna – Oxford
“An apparent and dramatic difference.” Anne – Devon, UK
“My lawn is the best it has looked for years, what an incredible difference… and a happy dog!” Tina – Northampton, UK
“Great stuff! I’ll have the whole street using them soon. I think all dog owners should use Dog Rocks.” Martin – Birmingham, UK
“I’ve used the product for about two months now, a definite improvement – delighted!” Tamara – Reading, UK
“This is a really effective product. The grass is much healthier this year compared to last summer.” CBJ – London, UK
“My lawn was a mess, but after using them for a few weeks my lawn is beginning to look normal again!” Amy – UK
“Lawn is green, pet is healthy, very happy with the product.” VetBetty – Lake District
“Started using the Dog Rocks, new burn patches stopped and the existing ones are now starting to recover.” Kalzey – Bedfordshire