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DoggieLawn Natural Grass Puppy Pee Pads - Perfect Indoor Litter Box for Dogs - No-Mess, Easy-to-Use Turf Potty Training for Pets - Eco-Friendly Disposable Bathroom with Real Living Grass

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Item Weight 10 Pounds

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  • THE NATURAL CHOICE: Our grass is deal for using as an outdoor or indoor puppy potty. Our real natural grass absorbs smells and eliminates odors the same way actual turf does. Our grass in a box system makes this potty solution easily disposable and gets your dog used to going to the bathroom on real grass.
  • DOGS LOVE IT: There's nothing that comes more naturally for your doggy than doing their business in fresh green pads of real grass. Whether you're just out working all day and they need an inside bathroom, or you need a puppy pee training box DoggieLawn is for you!
  • SIMPLE TO USE: Just set out your pad and encourage your dog to use it once they have to go. Then when you're out at work they'll naturally go to it when they need relief. Once it's time for a replacement just throw it in the trash or green compost bin.
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: Our system is completely natural, since it's real grass, and won't end up in landfills for hundreds of years like plastic pee pads! It's the easiest to clean up, easiest to use, and looks better in your home! It's an all-in-one doggy litter box that works better than other options!
  • YOUR DOG'S BACKYARD IN A BOX: DoggieLawn was started to help pet owners live a better life with their furry companions. We provide a better solution to traditional plastic pee pads. Whatever you need we're here for you, even if you need help guiding your dogs to use pads!

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4.6 4.6
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4.1 4.1
4.0 4.0
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3.8 3.8

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Product Description

Dog using real grass pee pad
Dog in apartment with real grass potty pad
Puppy in kitchen with fresh patch of dog grass

Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 24 x 20 x 2.75 inches; 10 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 8MRW
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Pet Supplies
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ February 6, 2012
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ DoggieLawn
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00761ZXQW
  • Customer Reviews:
    3.7 out of 5 stars 3,717 ratings

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Getting your dog to learn a new routine may take some patience and persistence but it's worth the effort! Contact us at 310-853-8997 to schedule a potty training consult, free of charge.

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Color Green Multi Natural Brown Green
Size Medium 24x20 in Medium Standard 24x16 Large 25" x 49" in XL Real Grass

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Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Six Week Review: Grass; Best Invention Ever!
Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2015
I have been getting these doggy lawns delivered for about 6 weeks, so I am ready to write a full review. My first lawn arrived on Valentine's Day, and it was one of the nicest V Day gifts ever. My most recent arrived March 28.

I am in WI and I have 2 Italian (miniature) Greyhounds who simply can't be outside when it is freezing cold. They are tiny, skinny, and nearly hairless. Even though I live in the country and only need to open the door to let them out, if a 20-below-zero blast of frigid air rolls in, the little dogs run back away from the door, and who could blame them.

Sure, I could shovel a path, and bundle them up in sweaters and booties 20 times a day (maybe an exaggeration but little dogs go potty a LOT! Tiny bladders I guess). But what a hassle! They also don't like to go out in the rain, or even if they are feeling lazy, and the bathroom rug can be very appealing to my little "angels". I have to offer them a suitable indoor alternative, or I pay the price.

I have been getting regular shipments of underpads from a medical supply warehouse for years, (they are cheaper than the potty pads they sell for dogs), I've been changing those wet, dirty smelly pads 5-6 times per day, every day, year after year, and having a reeking garbage can, all winter long.

I previously considered the artificial turf products but those seemed awful, sitting in a constant urine puddle, and how could I hose them down in the middle of winter?! Haul them into my shower? Ugh! Not happening!

I decided to try the real grass. The most amazing thing is that both of my dogs took to it immediately-and if anyone know Iggys, they are notorious for potty issues. That is why they often end up in shelters (both of mine are rescues). I barely had the lid open the first time, and one dog bumped past me to hop on and drop a gift. The other was eager to do the same. I could not believe my eyes. One of them is afraid of her own shadow, anything new terrifies her, but she was the first to use it, she sure knew what to do on "grass" when she saw it!

They were immediately praised like they had just scored winning touchdowns, to seal the deal. I continue to reinforce with praise and occasional treats whenever I see them use it, just to make sure they know how pleased I am. I think they love the grass, as it feels much more normal for them to go on grass, instead of on papers. To get praise and treats for doing what they want to do, well, these dogs must think they hit the jackpot. I bet if I had this product from day one, we would have had a lot fewer accidents.

The first shipment came with a little bottle of "pheromones ", which is probably just urine. I didn't need to use it but if your pup seems unsure, you can use a few drops of that or even wipe a teeny bit of your dogs own waste on the grass. Their noses are so good, you should only need a tiny amount, like a pea size of poop, and/or a few drops of their urine, for them to get the idea.

I put some potty papers next to the lawn initially just in case, but they definitely prefer the grass, from day one. Now, I just put pads under the trays to extend a few inches around the edges in case they stand too close to the edge, and hang over, but that's all, and I seldom need to change those.

Tip: At first I tended to smash the poo into the grass when trying to pick it out with wads of paper towel. I now use a long tined serving fork to cleanly lift the poo off the grass for disposal, and this works great. (Don't worry, it is only for this purpose, I'm not using it to serve the roast to the family on Sunday!) this works much better than a scoop (like for litter boxes), as the fork passes thru the blades of grass. You can get right under the poo and lift it clean away. You could also get a cheap box of latex gloves so you could pick them up with your hands, if you'd rather do that.

I've seen the reviews who make scornful comments about the price. Well, you can't buy regular sod in the winter months around here. Even if it was available, after seeing Doggy lawn, I would not want regular sod. Doggy lawn is grown hydroponically. So it does not have a thick mat of dirt, it is only about an inch thick, (not including the height of the grass), so it is much easier to carry, and doesn't leave dirt and mud in the house. Real sod would be a horrific mess. Plus doggy lawn has no bugs, and no weeds. If you have ever purchased regular sod, it has about 4" of dirt, plus bugs, worms, all kinds of yucky stuff. You would need to go buy it and haul it home in your car. Also, potty pads are so expensive, I don't think this costs any more than 2 weeks worth of those. They send shipping notices, and it arrives in excellent condition, well packaged, instructions, gloves, pheromones and if you need help just call them, email them or go on their facebook page. From what I can see they are very responsive and helpful. All in all, I think the price is reasonable.

The grass arrives bright green, damp, and fresh, every time. In mid winter, after not seeing green grass for 5 months, I almost wanted to roll on it myself when I first opened the box and got a whiff of fresh lawn. (I restrained myself.) The dogs didn't roll on it either. Nor have they chewed or dug at it. I also have a Lab in the house. She always goes outside to do her business, and to the best of my knowledge she has never used the doggy lawn. She walks right past it all the time, but she doesn't pay any attention to it.

Bugs: I have never seen a bug or a weed in my lawns until last week we had really nice weather so I had the window open right above my lawn, and next thing I knew I had some gnats. They obviously came in thru the screen, so that's not the lawns fault. I put a few drops of dishwashing soap in a spray bottle of water, spritzed the grass and the window screen, and that took care of the bugs with no danger to dogs or damage to lawn.

I have the lawn in my laundry room and it is next to a sink with a spray hose-nozzle so if it seems to be getting too dry I give it a quick spray now and then, to help keep it green, but I really don't think you need to. I've never seen a dog refuse to potty on a dry lawn outside.

They even send a pair of latex gloves in every box so you don't touch the dirty grass you are tossing. That is very much appreciated.

I have been putting the used lawns out in the woods next to the driveway. I've been laying them out flat, and I hope they all take root and grow once spring arrives. I am looking forward to seeing what happens. Even if they just die, it still makes me very happy to be using something natural and 100% biodegradable. I shudder to think of how much landfill space I've used over the years with those plastic backed potty pads.

There is absolutely zero odor! I just carried out two of them that were 2 weeks old, had them right under my nose, and not even a hint of odor. It is like a miracle! The enzymes in the grass apparently neutralize the smell. And they were not dripping wet, either. Some grass blades will fall out though, so I recommend putting the old lawn into the box or plastic from the new lawn before you carry it through your house.

Speaking of rolls. When you order the first time, unless you order the plastic trays, it will come in a flat box like a pizza box. The idea is to leave it right in the box, just fold the lid back. It does not soak through. I purchased initially from Amazon, then immediately signed up for the subscription service once I saw how awesome it was. After I got in the subscription program and got the reusable plastic trays, it started coming in rolls, and I like this better as then the edges don't dry out and the grass pad does not wrinkle up during shipping.

There is another brand also sold here which was featured on a popular TV show but you get more lawn for your money at Doggy Lawn, check the measurements, and doggy lawn also sells their reusable plastic trays for a very reasonable price. They are a perfect fit. The other place has expensive wood trays. Wood is porous and seems like a bad choice for this purpose. The plastic makes more sense. And much cheaper.

With such a rave review I know I sound like I own the company but I promise I have no affiliation with the company whatsoever, I've never even talked to them on the phone. You can see I am a verified purchaser. Check my other reviews to see I am just a regular shopper, and dog lover. I'm just a huge fan of Doggy Lawn and my only regret is not buying it years ago.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars 45 pound dog likes it
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2017
Bought this for my 45 pound female dog in apartment with balcony. Installed a doggy door and she takes her own potty breaks when I'm not home. No accidents in the house since then. After a month ordered another and kept older grass to put them side by side to make a bigger potty area.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2021
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2.0 out of 5 stars Dangerous TICKS and many different bugs coming from this product!
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2021
I have used the other grass product (Fresh Patch) several times in the past, with great success. But this time I thought I'd try Doggielawn. Well, initially I thought "wow, nice...looks the same". Then I started seeing bugs, of all sorts and sizes, coming from the grass. I sorted through the bugs to see what they were...there were tiny ants, knat-type insects, tiny white bugs, etc. THEN....we started noticing TICKS!!!! We have found 4, in a matter of a few days. One was actually pulled from my 8 week old tiny Yorkie! (The one with the skin remaining in its mouth). We have NEVER had ticks. They are most definitely coming from this product. We threw it away and I have made a complaint to the company. Please BEWARE folks, ticks are dangerous to not only pets, but to us pet owners.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars Full comparison with Fresh Patch & Lawn sod
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2016
This and other products I've purchased lately (see my reviews) have been a real lifesaver for me and a new puppy. I just moved to a 2nd floor condo and have a 12 week old Basset hound pup I'm trying to housetrain, but I live alone and cannot always be home. It was an absolute nightmare climbing up and down the stairs at 2 and 3AM to let the dog out, and it used to bark a lot all night, have accidents all day... it was exhausting. I needed a better system for sure, especially once I went back to work.

What I ended up doing was installing a balcony pet door (Ideal Pet Products) and ordering these hydroponic grass products (Well, originally, I had him fenced in in the kitchen with a box, and he would still miss the box sometimes; now, he is very clear that the balcony is the place to go because there is a distinct boundary). It took him a while to fully "get it", and to this day, he still prefers to do his business out front on leash, but I do not worry about him when I go out or when I'm away at work anymore. I watch him on my iPhone (Cloud baby monitor app), and he is doing what he's supposed to be now. I have a setup where his bedding area is enclosed by a Regalo playyard fence/baby gate in an arc shape around the pet door, and he can have 24 hr access to his grass, too, whenever he needs to go.

I have now tried both Fresh Patch and DoggieLawn, and can compare them side by side. In the photos, FreshPatch is the slightly smaller box in the front, and DoggieLawn is in the back (keep in mind, I stagger when I order them, so that FreshPatch is a week older). (EDIT: Not sure if Prime is available anymore on either, so taking this out of the review). The DoggieLawn wasn't bad on shipping either, considering it is a live product, but it is not for those who need something right away... took just over a week (earlier than its estimate). The quality of both appears to be comparable; the grass I got with DL appears to be a different variety (slightly coarser, still robust; the dog seems to have no preference aside from whatever is fresher), but both seem to last about the same amt of time (roughly 2 weeks, depending on use). I highly recommend that you spritz your pieces down with water at least once a day, to keep them live longer. The hydroponic mats they grow the grass on appear identical; both are clean and soil-free, similar to that Cocotek mat type of substrate. The main difference is that the DL is *slightly* larger, dimension-wise; they claim 33% (see description). For those who complain that the price is so much higher than lawn sod you can buy at a landscaping store or Home Depot, well, this is NOT sod. It is bug-free, soil-free, cleaner and (EDIT: Now that I've had the experience, the hydroponics do NOT last longer than garden sod, so long as the dirt is packed tightly and the sod is watered daily). I made a summary chart, attaching as a picture.

EDIT: Now that I've had more experience with many options, I've updated the chart and will write mroe on my experiences. As stated above, I was incorrect to presume that garden sod lasted less time than hydroponic grasses (something I had heard from others). From my experience, if the sod is fresh and packed in tight soil and watered immediately (and daily afterwards), it can outlast the hydroponics. Obviously, the fresher the sod, the better, so a lawn & garden store might be best; for me, Home Depot is still the most convenient, and their sod is fresher than Lowes in our area (the dirt on the Lowes grass was ridiculously dry and loose, plus, the sod is more expensive by almost double). I have gotten this sod to last almost a month on my balcony, when watered frequently (but not drowned in a tray). That is good, because replacing a whole strip of lawn sod on the 2nd floor is a huge, dirty chore--I have to carry it from the car, up stairs, then through a carpeted living room to the balcony, and it is quite heavy. It's all worth it to have the do use it for this long and not have to take him downstairs constantly to do his business, but it's still not something to look forward to. If you are not able to lift this stuff or don't want to deal with the dirtiness, I still highly recommend hydroponic grass--DL or FP. However, I have to take one star away because neither offer Prime, and with the convenience of fresh sod in the summer, I have to go with HD or Lowes (plus, the realization that hydroponics can't outlast sod; I think this is mostly due to the fact that sod soil retains moisture better and just is larger, so it spreads out the urine better). In the winter, I will likely go back to hydroponic delivery or artificial turf. The fake grass isn't a terrible option when it's cooler, because it doesn't stink as much as in the heat. In the summer, you just smell it too much, no matter how much you spray it down. What I do for artificial turf on the balcony is lay a tarp down underneath first, then layer rubber mulch on top in a slant for drainage, then spray Nature's Miracle Urine Destroyer liberally, then lay the fake grass with drainage holes over it. The dog still prefers fresh live grass, obviously, especially if the turf gets too old with urine smells. You really have to spray it down frequently to minimize this, so I have to go with live grass products in the summer.

Tips on getting your dog to use grass:

Reward and praise every time you see your dog go inside the box--I use his favorite salmon treats
Don't move the box too much, it's confusing to puppies
Take him/her to the box on leash right after a nap and give the verbal command you use outside for elimination; be patient if he doesn't go
Spray with pheromone products; I've never tried it, but some say it works--I just catch some of his pee in a poop bag when he goes outside and use as a "reminder" when he hasn't used the box in a while
*Gently* ease the poop off the grass once it's hardened somewhat, to avoid mashing it into the grass; makes it last clean longer
After removing poop in the mornings, spray or mist it down with a spray bottle liberally; this also helps clean off the urine
If your puppy frequently goes near the box but just outside it, limit his fenced in area more (had this problem when I started in the kitchen)
For accidents outside box, use Nature's Miracle to clean up the scent so that he isn't tempted to start a habit
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Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Saved my carpets!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016
I have two teacup yorkies who like to pee A LOT. I walk them twice a day, morning and night. However, they have tiny bladders so they go potty every 4 or so hours. At home I leave pee pads in the bathroom but they despise pottying on pee pads. They would rather pee on my carpets instead of the pee pads. After getting the doggie lawn, they had no problems with it. They went to it straight away and did their business. For those wondering what it smells like, it just smells like fresh grass. I live in an apartment and don't have a balcony so I leave it indoors. I change this every week and a half so my apartment never smells like piss.
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