While I’m not a big fan of snow, I have to admit it’s really beautiful when it’s freshly fallen on the lawn before the dogs and kids have a chance to trudge through it.
Another good thing about all that snow is that it hides those ugly urine burns in the yard. You know those dead spots that appear in your dog’s favorite potty spot.
The Dog Dad takes great pride in his lawn and he works tirelessly to keep it looking beautiful, so you can imagine how frustrating those urine burns are to him.
But if you live with dogs, it just comes with the territory, right? I mean, there’s not much you can do about it.
At least, that’s what I thought until I heard about Dog Rocks®.
This article is sponsored by Dog Rocks. Although I have been compensated to tell you about this product, all opinions are my own. Dog Rocks is not responsible for the content of this blog article.
When your dog pees in the yard, there are 3 primary reasons why you might find urine burn spots over time:
- The concentration of urine, which is higher for female dogs.
- The pH, or acidity, of your dog’s urine,
- The urine’s nitrogen levels.
I know, that all sounds very scientific but it’s really not that complicated. And Dog Rocks, a completely natural product sourced from a reputable quarry in Australia, makes it very simple to eliminate those burn spots in an all-natural way.
Yes, those are actual rocks. They go in your dog’s water bowl to remove nitrates from the water and ultimately from your dog’s urine, and they actually help provide a cleaner source of water for your dog.
Dog Rocks are simple to use. Just rinse them carefully and place them in your dog’s water bowl.
Dog Rocks are porous, allowing them to filter and purify your dog’s drinking water and remove impurities like tin, nitrates, and ammonia. They work naturally over time, and after about 5 weeks of use, you should see a difference in your lawn.
Once they got used to seeing the rocks in their water bowl, my dogs began to ignore them. They just drink their water and go about their business, which means less urine burn spots in our yard.
The rocks need to be replaced every 2 months to continue to do their job. They are available online at Amazon.com, and used rocks can be “repurposed” in your garden or flower beds.
While Dog Rocks won’t fix the spots that are already burned in your yard, it will prevent new burn spots from appearing. And that’s enough to make anyone smile. Right, Nike?
She’s smiling, she really is!
Something else I love about Dog Rocks is that they’re packaged in all-natural, eco-friendly bags and boxes. Learn more about how Dog Rocks can work for your dog and your lawn.
Yes, I know it’s nearly Wintertime in many areas of the world, but it’s still a great time to start using Dog Rocks!
Do you have urine burn spots on your lawn? Why not give Dog Rocks a try!