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PO Box 3380, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 3WT, united-kingdom

Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products
Dog Rocks® | Podium Pet Products

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100% Natural Solution For Pet Urine Burn Marks

Dog Rocks are 100% natural igneous rock mined in Australia, they are the most cost-effective and natural way to keep your lawn free from urine discolouration.

 

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Dog Rocks will help stop pet urine burn patches ruining your lawn, grass and hedges.
One pack of Dog Rocks in your dog’s water bowl will keep your lawn in tip-top condition for up to 2 months.

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.

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Dog Rocks work by removing the nitrates from your dog’s drinking water and are proven to have no change to the pH balance of your pet’s urine, it’s as simple as that.

The original, 100% natural solution to prevent dog urine burn marks on your lawn. Pet parent and vet endorsed worldwide.

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Dog Rocks Benefits

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100% NATURAL

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.

 

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SAFE FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PETS

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.

 

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DISCOVERED IN AUSTRALIA

First discovered in Australia in the late ’90s, Dog Rocks® were tried and tested for many years and are now used by over a million dog owners worldwide to help stop pet urine from burning their grass.

 

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How To Use Dog Rocks

Dog Rocks Step 1

Remove the Dog Rocks® from the bag and rinse

Dog Rocks® are all-natural and straight from the earth, and it is necessary to wash them prior to use. One package is the correct amount for one dog bowl holding up to 2 litres of water (3.5 pints).

Dog Rocks Step 2

Place 2 litres (3.5 PT) of water in your dog’s water bowl

Keep the bowl filled with water at all times. Just like your dog, the rocks need water to remain effective. Please keep your dog bowl filled with the appropriate amount of water.

Dog Rocks Step 3

Add all the rinsed rocks to your dog’s water bowl

It is important to let the rocks submerge in the water bowl 10 hours before they will be effective. Leave the rocks in the bowl and replace the rocks every 2 months.

Sit back and enjoy your greener than green lawn... you will notice a change in the appearance in 3 – 5 weeks

 

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WATCH HOW DOG ROCKS CAN SAVE YOUR LAWN  

 

Top Tips

 Replace your Dog Rocks® every 2 months and for best results, refresh the water at night every two to three days, topping up at night in between

 If your dog removes the rocks from the water bowl, you can place the rocks in a jug (max 2 litres) and fill the water bowl from the jug. Keep the jug topped up at all times

 If you use a large amount of fertilizer on your lawn, it is best to reduce these quantities as it could reduce the effectiveness of Dog Rocks®

 In times of extremely sunny weather, you may have to “up” the dosage of Dog Rocks®. It is not an exact science and every dog is different, but once you have sussed out what works for you, there is no reason for any more burn patches

 Dog Rocks® may not work as well for a dog or bitch eating a lot of red meat. If you can reduce the red meat content in their diet, you should be able to enjoy a green lawn all year round

 Dog Rocks® isn’t a miracle cure! It won’t bring dead lawns back to life right away, you may need to re-sew and water, but in 9 out of 10 cases it will stop new patches from forming with continual use.

 We find that Dog Rocks work for about 9 out of 10 households because every dog, every situation and every household is different.

 Please read all instructions for use and remember you need 1 whole pack or 200g of Dog Rocks in every 2 litres of water.

 

100% Natural Solution For Pet Urine Burn Marks

 

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