Dog Rocks Reaches Two Millionth Package Milestone

October 26, 2018

Press release: Dog Rocks

Dog Rocks has a reason to celebrate. The company, which provides a safe, non-toxic, chemical-free way to eliminate pet urine burn marks on lawns, has sold its two millionth package, allowing the unique brand to exceed market category growth.

This was cause for celebration for every member of the Dog Rocks team. “We’re thrilled to have officially sold over two million bags worldwide since the product hit the U.S. in 2015,” comments Kim Goldsworthy, Sales Director for North America. “Almost a quarter of those sales have been based in the United States and Canada, and we’re now leading the charge to hit three million sales by 2020!”

Dog Rocks are 100% natural rocks found exclusively in Australia. Once placed in a dog’s water bowl, the rocks will help save lawns from pet urine burn marks for up to two months. This product is proven to work continuously to filter out the specific impurities responsible for excess nitrate concentrations in canine urine, which is the cause of lawn burn. Plus, it helps fertilize pet owners’ lawns and saves dog owners from spending money on expensive lawn treatments.

Offered in two different bag sizes – 200-gram (0.44 lbs) and 600-gram (1.32 lbs) – Dog Rocks are distributed through Podium Pet Products’ website. Independent retailers interested in stocking and selling this exceptional product are invited to call 800-503-3914 or email hello@podiumpetproducts.com.

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