|Top Ingredients||Naturally Occurring Paramagnetic Igneous Rock||—||Water, Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, Modified Polymer...||—||Active Ingredients: Sodium Chlorite 30.5%., Other Ingredients: 69.5%., Amount of Chlorine Dioxide Generated: 0.01%....|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||—||—|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health||—||—||—||—|
|Cleaner Usage||—||—||Kennels, Litter Box, Outdoor||Outdoor||Hard Surface, Kennels|
|Cleaner Type||—||—||Deodorizer||Stain Remover||Deodorizer|
My sweet boy Knox is in end stage Cushings Disease, and let me tell you his urine odor was beyond putrid. After just a week of the potty rocks, it took him a day or 2 to want to drink out of the bowl with the rocks in it (provided one w/o) but it has made all the difference in the world! Truly surprised, amazed and very pleased with these rocks!
I was skeptical but thought what the heck. I’ve waited a couple weeks to do the review and the lawn is recovering, less spots as hoped. We have one of those 2 gallon water stations and we just put them in the jug. Seems to be working!
Our yard is pretty much covered in brown spots but we have seen an improvement since using the Potty Rocks meaning I haven't noticed new spots. It's especially noticeable around the edges where the boys like to lift their leg to mark. The dogs don't seem to mind that the Rocks are in their bowl almost as if they weren't even there. I use them in the "community" water bowl.
Got the pup and as he grew the acidity in his urine was making our yard a sea of brown spots. Pup has a water bowl upstairs and downstairs - within 40 days it worked 100 percent!
My family and I recently moved into a home with a smaller home, and noticed lots of yellow spots in our grass. We have 3 large dogs (2 labrador retrievers, and 1 belgian malinois). After using as directed, I started seeing new yellow spots after 3 weeks. So, the rocks have already been "used up", and I'll need to replace them. The packaging doesn't state what 2-3 month longevity is based on... one dog? a whole pack? the size of the dog? how much water the rocks are "good" for? I suggest this needs to be revised, and customers need to consider these factors before purchasing. TL;DR - the rocks work, but if you have multiple dogs, large dogs, or very thirsty dogs, you'll need to change them within 1 month.
After using for 1-2 weeks, urine was not causing dead spots in the yard.
We have a 70 pound Dane/lab mix and her urine was ruining our lawn. Since using these for two months we have green spots instead of yellow ones in our yard!
We had one of those spotted lawns from dog urine until a year ago when we started using Potty Rocks (and another brand). Potty Rocks seem to be a better price point for us, but work just as effectively. The directions instruct pet owner to put the rocks right in the bowl. We have a 2 liter pitcher in which we place the rocks and fill daily, then pour the water into the bowl from there. This method has worked well for us. It took a few weeks to become effective. Be patient!
I can’t believe as a scientist I fell for these. Don’t work and in reality can’t work. Basalt rock has absorptive properties but it’s the urine that burns and treating water doesn’t work. Paramagnetic is a fancy way of saying I’m selling snake oil
Don’t work , plain and simple. Tried for 2 months, lawn full of yellow spots. Also, price increased.