What’s this myth we’re hearing about having a dog and a nice lawn at the same time? Impossible! Yet, tucked away in a faraway land (also known as Australia) are naturally occurring paramagnetic igneous rocks that, when put in Fluffy’s water bowl, keep her urine from creating burn patches on the lawn. These rocks are safe for all household pets and work without changing the pH balance of your dog’s urine. Harmony between dog and lawn can exist! Just rock it out.
Each pack includes a minimum of 200g of rock (Either 1 lg, 2 med or 3 sm rocks). Because they're naturally mined, sizes vary.
Replace rock every 2 mos (that's when they reach their saturation point). Change your dog’s water as you would normally. You should notice a difference in your lawn in 3-5 weeks provided you change rocks every 2 mos. Be sure to follow Directions of Use.
Dog Rocks aren't an exact science. You have to work out how many rocks work on your dog. Rocks may not work as well if your dog is fed a lot of red meat. In warm weather when your dog drinks more you may need to increase your dosage of Dog Rocks.
Newly laid turf may be sensitive until its roots are established. Keep your dog away from that area. Please note: Dog Rocks can't make already dead lawn come back to life.