Dog Rocks – For Perfect Green Lawns



I love having a dog, it’s so nice to come home and have someone so excited to see you. I mean, my husband is usually happy to see me, but he wants dinner, the dog is just genuinely glad I’m there. The only thing I don’t love is having to deal with the little yellow patches that burn into our lovely green lawn every summer. It starts out innocently enough, one here, another over there, but by summers end the lawn is ruined and I vow yet again to get him across the street from now on… until it rains.

Well fret no more, and check out Dog Rocks (a product I wish I knew about a few weeks ago) Dog Rocks are simply rinsed off and placed in Fido’s water dish and Voila! No more burned lawns. Could it really be so easy? Evidently Dog Rocks are 100% natural and do not alter the urine pH balance of dogs in any way, they explain the success by saying that it works by removing any nitrates that are naturally found in in the water, preventing lawn burn out, and providing your pet with fresh clean water.

Dog rocks are made form an igneous rock that is imported from Australia and they work to change the makeup of your dogs water source by absorbing just enough of these chemical substances from your water to protect the lawn, and not affect your dog. Reviews are mixed, some folks swear by them, while others have failed to notice a difference. Please remember though, you have to isolate your dog’s drinking sources to those treated with the Dog Rocks. A package of Dog Rocks is around 16 bucks and lasts for 2 months. Get yours at and let us know if they worked for you.

2 reviews or comments

Christopher Says: June 26, 2013 at 2:02 am

I think dog rocks are a really cool product. I have been using them for a few months and I can’t believe what a different that they have made to my back yard.

Finally the solution to dog urine burn is here!

Janet Says: June 27, 2013 at 3:19 am

We’ve been using these for ages – top product – our lawn is now beautiful and it’s saving me a lot of worry with our landlord!

Wish they’d make something to stop the dogs digging as well!

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