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Lawn UK now supplying Dog Rocks online

Lawn UK now supplying Dog Rocks online
24th July 2012 Lawn UK

HR9932_05product.jpgLawn UK are now suppliers of a popular lawn/pet care product in Europe. Dog Rocks are simply placed in your dogs water bowl, and they act to reduce the amount of Nitrogen in dogs’ urine. Nitrogen is the element that causes excess grass growth.

Dog Rocks work by absorbing some of the nitrates from the water, into the Rock itself.

Dog Rocks do not affect the pH balance of the urine or the drinking water; you are not medicating your pet in any way.

1). Remove all of the Rocks from the packet.

2). Rinse Rocks under a tap.

3). Place Rocks in your pet’s water bowl.

4). Change Rocks every two months.

Customer Testimonials and Feedback

“What would I do without them!” Mrs F. Ireland.

“Many thanks.  My daughter, who is a Veterinary Nurse, brought me a bag of Dog Rocks from a veterinary exhibition at the NEC.  I had been thinking about trying them for a while on my 11 year old Lab as we have always suffered the usual ‘burns’ to the grass.  Well, was I surprised – they did exactly what you claim and we have not had any new ‘burns’ since using them. “ Mrs Jennifer Hill, Hertfordshire.

“I have been using Dog Rocks for three months now. I have three Old English sheepdog bitches and for the past twenty eight years have put up with a burnt patchwork on my lawn.  My wife ordered some Dog Rocks which we have been using for about three months and our lawns are totally clear of burns, it’s fantastic.”  David Bobtail, by email. UK.

“Fantastic discovery, a gardeners’ friend!” Sam Cooke

“Great, seems to work, just started using them but can see improvement already there seems to be no new brown stains on the lawn.” Elaine Tyner, Kent. UK.

“After initial skepticism, they do work!” Mrs C. Head, Oxon. UK.

“I can confirm my lawn is much better even in the drought!” Mrs Lorna Roach, Oxfordshire. UK.

“Excellent product, so far it has kept my lawn clear and dog healthy.” Mrs C. P. White, York. UK.

“They are by far the best dog accessory we have ever found.” Annon

“Very impressed, lawn looking better already.” Mrs S. Wood, Scotland. UK.

“These have been very successful, not only do we require more, we have told friends who have asked me to order for them!” Mr Johnson, Somerset. UK.

“We are delighted with the results of our 2 month trial.  There was an item in Garden News about the problem so I suggested Dog Rocks as a solution!” Mr B. J. Briers, Leicester. UK.

“…no longer have “fairy circles” from dog’s urine!”  Mrs P. Holland, Woodstock. UK.

“They definitely seem to be doing the trick and we have a green lawn appearing again with no brown patches, brilliant.” Mrs J. D. Bury, Blackpool. UK.

“EUREKA!  It works.  Send more.” Mr J. Straker, Surrey.

“Great stuff!  I’ll have the whole flamin street using it soon. My wife has 3 dachhounds and they pee all over my lawn, I used to cringe when I saw what they were doing, but I’m a happy man now, I just think carry on dogs I don’t care….cheers! I think all dog owners should use this stuff.”  Martin Parlett, Birmingham, West Midlands.


Factors that can affect the results of Dog Rocks include:

Number of water bowls down.   

A whole packet of Dog Rocks needs to be in one dog bowl. Please do not split the packs between multiple water bowls.

Do they have access to outside water sources, i.e. swimming pools, rivers etc? 

If the full benefits of Dog Rocks are to be appreciated it is important to limit the Dog’s access to other water sources.

Not allowing the Dog Rocks enough time to take effect. 

Dog Rocks need to be in the water long enough to take effect.  Ideally the water should be topped up last thing at night when the dog will drink less, allowing them to work overnight.  The water should be topped up regularly and changed every couple of days if possible.  If the dogs are drinking a large amount of water please up the dosage, ie two packs in each water bowl or one pack in a jug of water (no more than 2 litres) and decanting it into the dogs water bowl also containing Dog Rocks.


Dogs on a very high protein diet will produce more nitrates in their urine and will as a result produce more burn patches.  Tit bits such as pig’s ears or meat snacks can be high in protein as can tit bits from dinner plates!  We always recommend a premium dry dog food and a reduction in high protein tit bits.

Peeing in the same place 

If a Dog pees in the same place this will create a high concentration of nitrates in one area and the Dog Rocks will not be able to combat this.  There is a fine line between the level of nitrates that burn and those that the lawn can tolerate so repeated contact in one place will eventually burn the lawn.  The only way to stop this is to restrict access to the dog’s usual peeing spot.  This should break the habit and encourage them to use other places.

Dogs taking Dog Rocks out of water 

If this is a problem that persists after repeatedly replacing the Rocks, the Dog Rocks can be placed in a jug of water (no more than 2 litres) and the water decanted into the Dog’s water bowl.


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