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Dog Rocks Dog Urine Lawn Burn Prevention
  • Dog Rocks Dog Urine Lawn Burn Prevention

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Dog rocks are a no-fuss, highly effective solution to those unsightly brown burned patches on your lawn caused by your dog’s urine. A thoroughly safe treatment, Dog Rocks won’t break down and release any minerals into water or change the urine’s pH, instead, the porous stones simply absorb and remove the harmful lawn burning elements from your pet’s drinking water , making them suitable for all breeds of dog.

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For lush, green grass and thriving hedges, simply rinse the stones before placing them in your four legged friend’s water bowl, and try to make sure your dog refrains from drinking out of puddles and ponds! Each 200g pack of Dog Rocks lasts for approximately two months and comes with a sticker to put on your calendar to remind you when the stones need replacing!

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Dog Rocks Dog Urine Lawn Burn Prevention 200g

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Mack on 14 Mar 2017 said:

Review star Review star Review star Review star Review star . 2 months, 13 days ago

Feel silly for falling for this...

Definitely doesn't work. Like a muppet I also went and bought a shed load of them. Tried this in their water (2 rocks at first) for a few weeks, then (3 rocks) for another for weeks, by the last few weeks I had a quarry of rocks piled in their water. If you have a dog that tends to pee in the same spot a lot of the time... first place he goes in the morning as he just makes it out the house.. and subsequently always goes there... this is definitely not going to work. The female dog tends to go all over the place, and I've never had an issue with her burning grass anyways with or without the rocks... Don't waste your money.

No, i wouldn't recommend this product

Linda on 6 Dec 2015 said:

Review star Review star Review star Review star Review star . 1 year, 5 months, 20 days ago

Dog rocks

These do work. I use them all the time for my dog. You can tell when they need replaced as your grass starts to get burn marks all over it

Yes, i recommend this product

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