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Green Peez 30ml: Dog Urine Killing Grass Prevention 

Green Peez 30ml: Dog Urine Killing Grass Prevention £ 9.99 In stock

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Dog Urine Killing the Grass?

Green Peez stops dog urine killing  the grass. Prevent brown/yellow patches caused by dog wee with this natural remedy which is added to dog food on a daily basis. Safe and does not alter the PH of your dog's urine. A 30ml bottle used at 5-7 drops daily for a small dog under 10kg will last over 3 months.

Contains a unique blend of herbs. Green Peez is a totally safe, natural solution to lawn burn caused by dog urine. Simply add to dog food on a daily basis. Depending on the time of year, you will notice an improvement in your lawn in approx 3 weeks.As an added bonus, the herbs used in Green Peez are all known to contribute to a healthy urinary tract. We love Green Peez because it is 100% natural and unlike other products on the market, it will not alter the PH balance of your dog's urine. Please note that Green Peez will only prevent further brown patches appearing, it cannot restore grass that is already dead.

Ingredients: Pure herbal tinctures of Burdock Root, Celery Seed, Golden Rod, Dandelion and Yucca.

Suggested daily amount for dogs and puppies over 3 months:

Dogs  under 10 kg 5 - 7 drops

Dogs 10 - 24 kg  7 - 10 drops

Dogs  25 kg +  10 - 15 drops

Read our article on preventing lawn burn caused by dog urine.


Mrs Bridges
Works wonderfully!

Hi there I have been using wonderful Green Peez for some time for my adult dogs and have a magnificent lawn as a result!
Sarah W
I was quite sceptial after trying various other remedies that hadn't worked at all but as I had new grass being laid I wanted to try to see if I had any better luck this time. We started this about 4 weeks before the new grass went down and its now been down about 8 weeks and there are no patches.......not even one. Yay! My Cockerpoo has happily eaten her food, as she always does, so it must taste ok. Brown patches in grass are one of the topics in the park and I will be recommending this to anyone that has the same problem.

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