Dog Rocks

January 28, 2014 - Comment

Dog Rocks are an all natural product, made from naturally occuring paramagnetic igneous rock, which when placed in your dogs water bowl they can help stop those nasty burn patches on your lovely lawn. Dog Rocks filter out impurities from water such as Tin, ammonia and nitrates. These impurities are usually passed out through urine, and when your grass comes in contact with these elements it is burned, resulting in a dead, yellow patch on your lawn. For best results replace your dog Rocks every 2 months and ensure the bowl they are placed in is your dogs main source of drinking water. Product Features A safe and natural way

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Dog Rocks are an all natural product, made from naturally occuring paramagnetic igneous rock, which when placed in your dogs water bowl they can help stop those nasty burn patches on your lovely lawn. Dog Rocks filter out impurities from water such as Tin, ammonia and nitrates. These impurities are usually passed out through urine, and when your grass comes in contact with these elements it is burned, resulting in a dead, yellow patch on your lawn. For best results replace your dog Rocks every 2 months and ensure the bowl they are placed in is your dogs main source of drinking water.

Product Features

  • A safe and natural way to prevent lawn burn.
  • Simply place in your dog’s water bowl and replace every two months.
  • Suitable for dogs of all ages.

Comments

Georgina says:

Dog Rocks, rock -,literally 0

Toast says:

Don’t Waste Your Money Short review – Don’t waste your money, it doesn’t work.Long review – I’m a vet, and against my better judgment I was persuaded to try these as a solution to the brown, dead patches developing on our lawn. They haven’t worked, and if you read the pseudo-scientific bunkum on the manufacturer’s website, they were never going to. The simple facts of the matter can be summed up as follows – 1) dogs are carnivores, 2) carnivores eat meat, 3) meat contains protein, 4) digesting protein creates nitrogenous waste, 5) carnivore urine contains high levels of nitrogen, 6) small amounts of nitrogen act as a fertiliser, high levels of nitrogen act as a weedkiller (as far as grass is concerned). It doesn’t matter what nonsense the manufacturers spout about rebalancing nutrients or ions in the water (meaningless), or even worse “changing the paramagnetic balance of the water” (total gibberish), you can’t deny the biology. In fact, if you read carefully, they actually acknowledge this by…

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