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Dog Rocks keep your grass looking greener by reducing the burning effect of your pet's urine. How it works Dog Rocks are designed to stop dog and cat urine from damaging your lawn. When...  Read more

Dog Rocks Lawn Protection

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Dog Rocks keep your grass looking greener by reducing the burning effect of your pet's urine.
How it works
Dog Rocks are designed to stop dog and cat urine from damaging your lawn. When pets pee on grass it can cause scorching and baldness, as it's difficult for plants to grow back. 

The best way to keep your garden healthy and green is by preventing the burn in the first place. Dog Rocks do that without disturbing your hard-won toilet routine.

Dog Rocks are dissolved in your pet's water source. Although they don't reduce the acidic pH of your pet's urine, they do reduce tin levels and add plant-friendly nutrients. They're made from naturally occurring rock and are safe to ingest.
Key benefits

  • all-natural rock-based product
  • water soluble – place in your pet's water bowl
  • suitable for cats as well as dogs
  • prevents urine from scorching lawns
  • maintains an acidic pH level

When to use it
Proud gardeners may notice yellow patches, balding and scorching on their well-loved lawn if their pet uses it as a toilet. This is because cat and dog urine has a highly acidic pH, caused by their meat-heavy diet. Dog Rocks don't change your pet's natural pH, but do add beneficial minerals to help care for your lawn while absorbing damaging elements from the urine.
Dog Rocks are all-natural and harmless to animals, but reactions are always possible when trying out a new product. Keep an eye on your pet for physical changes such as swelling and sickness, or for behaviour changes such as lethargy. If you think something might be wrong, get in touch with your vet right away. 

Customer reviews

4 out of 5 51  Reviews

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  • Effective product
    I have used dog rocks for many years with great success and would highly recommend. I have found that when it is extremely dry they are less successful and if possible a bucket of water on the spot might help, however I don't seem to get around to doing that and patch up the areas of burn. Having said that I find them very effective and will definitely continue to use them.
    Rosy - August 20, 2020
  • good but not perfect
    tops most of the burning, we find it stops working closer to 6 weeks than the advertised 8 weeks
    lekki - August 18, 2020
  • Simple but it works
    I thought I would give these a try & I’m so glad I did they really do work my lawn has gone from patches of straw to lush green grass again thanks to dog rocks. Your dog needs to drink the water for a couple of weeks before you notice the results but they are worth it if you want your lawn back.
    Blyndiee - June 17, 2020
  • Absolutely work
    On recommendation from my mum, I have used the rocks for years without really knowing the benefits or if they really worked as I didn’t have a garden until 2 years ago. I recently stopped using them for no real reason and now my garden is destroyed. Needless to say, I’m never going to stop using them!
    LexiB - May 7, 2020
  • Doesn't work at all
    I started using this is January, knowing that we were having our lawn returfed in March. I put the rocks in a jug of water (and in bowl) then only topped the water bowl up with water that had had the rocks in for at least a day. I was so hopeful that this would work. So after 2 months of drinking only this water they were allowed out onto the new lawn. Did it work? In a word NO, absolutely useless. Do not waste your money!
    twinsplusonemum - April 29, 2020