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- Dog waste containment system for indoor/outdoor use
- Drainage system keeps waste in one place
- Material guaranteed not to rot, rust, warp or discolor
- Virgin polyvinyl material for easy cleaning
- Designed for dogs up to 100 pounds
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I have owned my PetaPotty for a year now.
There are a number of potty products on the market for pets. This was one of the first. I did exhaustive research on which one to buy. In the end, I choose the original PetaPotty.
First, let me you you, 3 feet by 3 feet is much larger than you anticipate. I have one Boston Terrier (soon to be two) and the unit is by far large enough for him. Once I get my new pup I think the unit will be the perfect size.
From the start I choose to go with the synthetic turf. Although (to me) it is nothing like grass, it seems to do the job. There are holes in the bottom of the turn and slats in the bottom of the PetaPotty, so all urine and water seep through and are captured in a tray below.
The tray is large! Too large for the unit, in my opinion. It is fairly difficult to remove from the unit if it is moderately full of water after rinsing. So if you plan on carrying it through the house and dumping it in a toilet/sink/bathtub, I would recommend you go with a smaller model. If you plan on just pulling it out of the unit and dumping it off your patio, the size is just fine.
Now, the biggest issue is the smell. People that have yards for their dog even notice that if you go near where they do their business, there is a distinct smell. Teaching my dog that this new potty was where he needed to go was a breeze. He understood in the very first day, even liked it! I was overcome with joy until about a week later it began stinking worse than anything I have ever smelled! A little research revealed that you should rinse out the potty and empty it on a daily basis.Read more ›
My big beef comes with clean-up. In short, it's really hard to clean. If you have a garden hose it probably wouldn't be too bad, but otherwise it's just tough. The drainage into the pan isn't too great, so the grass stays soggy with urine. The pan itself is too big to pick up easily, so for a while we were using a plastic cup to scoop from the pan into a bucket which we then threw into the toilet. The worst is when it rains, because the whole thing fills up. We just bought a cheap water hand pump from Amazon and that has made it a lot easier. Knowing what I know now, I probably would have gone with something like the pooch porch, which is easier to clean.
This is basically made of UPVC plastic same as used in UPVC Doors and windows, I would not reccomend this product to purchase.
If you have some DIY skills, make your own out of wood, but don't expect your dog to use it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this for probably 8 years. In that time it's been used by 15 foster dogs, my own dog and cat plus of course, visiting dogs. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Christy B.
I was extremely disappointed to find this made out of cheap plastic, after I had dropped 300 bones on it. Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by MD
Okay, I really don't understand what the beef is with the two people that reviewed this product. Maybe they are from a competing company? Read morePublished on May 4, 2009 by CalZona