Dog Rocks Lawn Burn Patch Preventative

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  • This Australian-mined product helps prevent those nasty yellow urine burn stains from appearing on your lawn.
  • When placed in water, Dog Rocks help purify the water by removing the nitrates, ammonia and harmful trace elements like tin and copper giving your dog a cleaner source of water.
  • Lowers the amounts of nitrates found in your dog's diet, therefore lowering the amount of nitrates expelled in his urine that causes the lawn to yellow.
  • Dog Rocks are a 100% natural, proven, and hassle-free prevention to canine lawn urine burn patches.
  • No medication required and safe for all household pets.
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Top IngredientsNaturally occurring Paramagnetic igneous rock.N/AN/AWater, Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, Modified Polymer...DI Water, Nonionic Alcohol Exthoxylate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate...
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Questions & Answers

31 Customer Questions

Has anyone’s dog eaten the rocks out of their water bowl? This sounds great, but I know my dog would would want to play with them.
Answer by ChewyMar 27, 2018
This is safe for your pet to remove from the water bowl but should not be eaten. If your dog continues this behavior, you can keep the rocks in a container of water and fill their bowl with that container. This strategy may not work as well but is still effective.

I use 1 bowl for my dog’s water & food since he eats only 3x a day. I then fill with water in between feedings. If I place the rocks in a gallon of water that I use to water him with, will I get the same effect?
Answer by ChewyMar 25, 2018
You can certainly do that. The rocks need a full bowl of water to stay effective, so remember to keep the bowl filled with 2 liters of water at all times, which is equivalent to half a gallon.

We have 2 dogs will the product last just as long as it states?
Answer by ChewyJun 15, 2018
This preventative would still last the same amount of time if 2 dogs are in the home.

Does this start working immediately
Answer by ChewyMay 28, 2018
Changes in the yard should appear within 3 to 5 weeks of use.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mindy on Apr 7, 2022

Not 6 month supply

I found that the dog rocks worked well in the past for reducing grass burns, so I thought I would be efficient and buy the 6 month supply and be ready for summer. I received two large rocks and two pebbles, if I'm supposed to replace every 2 months, this does not add up size-wise. Am I supposed to smash my own rocks?

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Forest on Apr 27, 2022

An absolute HOAX

Can't believe I fell for this! I paid good money to receive 3 rocks covered in dirt that I could have dug out of my yard. Definitely not worth the money and my lawn still has burnt spots from dog urine :(

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Dogmom3 on Mar 22, 2022

Perfect Solution

These work great. No need to constantly remember to give a supplement. My dogs don't notice them and I have a large yard with no burn marks. We have been using these for years.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Capebubbie on Mar 20, 2022

Scary rocks

I don’t t know if these rocks would have worked . My dog was scared of them and refused to drink from the water dish when the rocks were in there.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jae1 on Oct 29, 2021

They work but no auto ship option?

We have a large dog and struggle to keep our lawn green—aside from dog piddle. We decided to try Dog Rocks and they really work! No dead spots in the grass! They are replaced every 2 months, however there’s no auto ship option, which makes no sense to me.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By OONA on Oct 29, 2021

Works better than not using it

Still a few spots occasionally, don't know why, but I've used these consistently for 1 year. I just hope nothing creepy In rocks..I put rocks in my Brita filter water..water so hard where we live.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DogRock on Sep 26, 2021

Dog Rocks Rock

My dog was burning up my grass with his urine. I bought these rocks and it has eliminated the problem. He eats raw and I find I have to change the rocks more often. He also drinks a lot of water. Great product.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Blue on Nov 27, 2021

All I say is Wow

Definitely saw a change right away. Had no problem giving it to my dog, he loved the treats as well.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By snoeberry on Sep 3, 2021

this really works, you need to be patient

I've been using dog rocks for three years and no burn patches from my dogs at all, ever! Visiting dogs leave burn patches, but my dogs relieve themselves in the same areas and I don't have any burnt spots from them. I have dog rocks in all of their water bowls, indoors and outdoors. It doesn't work immediately, but give it time - good things come to those who wait ;-)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Leila on Jun 23, 2021

Worked for me

Got my puppy in September 2020 & her urine dried our pretty grass. I looked into, purchased and started to use this product in April 2021. It's now June almost July 2021 and I see a significant difference with the grass. There are still some dry patches. But they are much smaller.