Give your dog the freedom of relief you enjoy by installing an Indoor Dog Potty
Many dog owners experience the same problem –
How to cater for their pets natural urges when they are out of the house or apartment for extended periods of time.
If someone doesn’t let your pet out then you are probably going to return to a mess that needs cleaning up!
An “Indoor Dog Potty” is a simple & easy solution to your dilemma.
Most people are very familiar with litter boxes for cats but very few are even aware of the availability of potties for dogs.
So why not just use a litter tray?
While you may be able to train some very small dogs, chihuahua’s & pet poodles to use a cats litter tray you may well have the same issue as larger dog owners will experience “A Mess”
Dogs have a tendency to wipe their feet afterwords, which inevitably sprays the cat litter everywhere – Not a pretty sight.
What styles of Indoor Dog Potties are there?
You can easily divide the types of Dog Potties into two groups:
1/ Soak Up – Mats & Pads
2/ Drain through – Top tray with a waste liquid reservoir.
Soak up pads & mats are obviously cheaper in the short term, however you will need to replace & dispose of them, both expensive over time, messy & bad for the environment.
Although a larger initial investment, a Drain through dog potty is a better solution.
Drain Through Potties are available with either plastic grids, synthetic grass or natural grass.
|If you just consider ease of cleaning then a plastic or synthetic top grid is the best solution, however our investigations revealed that many dogs just don’t adopt to this style as easily, so training your pet to use it could be more of a challenge.|
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General opinion is that it is easier to train your dog to use a potty if the initial surface is grass, it can later be changed to synthetic, however to get going real grass is best.
The Porch Potty has all the features you require for quick potty training & clean up.
If you live in a house with an enclosed garden or electronic fence then a dog door is an option – special collars & automatic pet doors can ensure only your dog has access in & out.