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Lawn Protecting Dog Rocks

  • 200g (2 Months Supply) £8.99


Dog Rocks is an innovative approach to the common problem of burn patches in lawns and flower beds. Using 100% natural ingredients, Dog Rocks are a mineral based compound to be placed in your dog's drinking water, with results beginning to be recognised within five weeks. Dog Rocks do not alter the urine pH balance of your dog, whilst they do provide an effective solution to urine scorching. The rocks must be replaced every 2 months to ensure they continue to work effectively.

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Dog Rocks

5th Jun 2015

What exactly do "dog rocks" do inside the dogs tummy/kidneys ?! If it doesn't Alter the ph balance (like the product says) then what exactly does it do? Is it healthy for the dog? I am wondering if it's to do with hormones as its only females that have the scorching problem?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

I think it has nothing to do with hormones. Bitches tend to cause the problem just because they often produce a large amount of urine in one "puddle" on a lawn. Males tend to do smaller amounts more frequently and often not in the open expanse of a lawn, so the difference comes from that. Male urine is just as bad as female urine for scorching plants but they place it differently. The effect of the rocks is supposed to be on the nitrate content of the drinking water and hence the urine produced. I would not have expected this to make very much difference to the scorching effect of the urine, but most people do report an improvement when using the product, so that cannot be ignored.

Cat urine

28th Apr 2015

Would these have the same effect if used for cats ?

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

Dog Rocks can be used by cats with great effect and in the same way. They are not marketed for cats as it is impossible to ensure they only drink from the bowl with the Rocks in. Cats wander in ways a dog can’t and there is no way of knowing where else they drink from. Unfortunately there are no benefits to the cat urine smell – it makes no difference at all.