UGODOG Indoor Dog Potty
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- UGODOG Indoor Dog Potty is designed to make clean up simple, easy, and certainly mess free without burdening the environment
- UGODOG has a solid base that will support any canine, regardless of breed or size
- UGODOG uses two smaller, removable, fitted grates rather than one large one to make cleanup of the grates easier and more convenient
- The UGODOG grids are specifically designed and engineered to support dogs and accomodate their delicate paws. The beams of the UGODOG grids are thick and convex in shape to cushion dog's paws.
- The UGODOG grates also allow the pooh to settle on top making clean up easy and mess free. Simply lift the grate with the pooh on it and drop the pooh in a recycled waste bag and throw away. The grates allow for your pet's paws to remain dry as the urine passes through the cubed openings and on to the base below where canine pee pads, or more preferably newspaper, absorbs the urine and odor
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My first attempt failed miserably. Bee (dog's name) had no idea what to do with it. She didn't even want to step on top of it. I was really angry and thought about that review I read here (the only one star review). So, I physically picked up my dog and planted her on it. She did not like this very much. She sat on it and looked up at me like, "What do you want me to do now?" I told her, "Dai di, con." that's vnese for "Go pee pee". Still a vacant stare. She's obviously scared from me picking her up. So I tried again two hours later. I know for sure she REALLY has to pee this time. Of course she's no dummy and remembers me picking her up. She sat there in front of the bathroom and refused to go in. A little nudge (not too forceful) and raising my voice a little made her a little more obedient. Sure enough she went in and started sniffing around. I closed the door leaving a little gap to peek in and said, "Dai di, con." To my amazement, she sat down and relieved herself.
I hope my little story helps those that couldn't make this work for them. This is a godsend and has saved me $30/mo on the pads. This is DEFINITELY worth the money considering the $150 alternative that I was going to get. Please people, this is no substitute for a walk. S/he still needs the exercise. Have fun ppl.
1. The two grates have 4 or 5 legs around the center to support heavier dogs.
2. Dog's feet will NOT get wet if s/he pees a lot. this happens often with the pads for us.
3. easy to clean. I just dump the urine in the toilet and spray some of that Simple Green product then rinse away.
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It does work, in that my dog does his business on this thing. BUT the design and everything else about it is simply horrible.
- This entire thing is made of plastic. Why does it cost $50? There is maybe around $10 bucks worth of materials here.
- There are no safety edges around the tray. My dog raises his leg to pee and shoots all over the bathroom because of this. The best part is that he will often back up to one of the sides to poop, right onto the bathroom floor. Seriously, why no edges for something like this?
- The plastic grates (the ones that cover the pan) often let small pieces of poop fall into the messy catch pan. Even covering the basin with newspapers or pads ended up making clean up despicable. To make matters worse, the grates seem to be designed to catch poop inside them! Cleaning this thing is an absolute chore and you have to wash stuck dog crap out of the grates.
- My dog loved clawing at the grates and trying to chew on them as well.
So yes, he would do his business on this thing, but would often miss it entirely, defecating on the bathroom floor instead.
I came up with a solution though and gave this piece of junk away to my neighbor. He read some reviews on it and wanted to try it out for himself. Shortly after he returned the ugodog potty to me saying that it's simply not designed for his dog (or mine for that matter).
So here is my solution, and it cost me a whopping $19.74 (that's after tax).Read more ›
The entrance to the litter box was simply too high for a 5 pound puppy to get into on her own when she was racing against time. Plus, I would then be stuck cleaning soaking wet foot pads and legs. Disgusting. I have a beautiful yard that I have no intention of turning into a giant toilet so I knew I had to do something. Enter the UgoDog.
When Mi-Joo needs to go she simply walks over to the box, circles a couple of times, does her business, waits 2 seconds while I wipe her "whats-it" and then races me to the toilet to flush the tissue. Simple, clean, easy. No more wet paws or legs. The grate is fantastic for catching urine. For poop, well, that can be a nasty little mess. But I figured out a while ago that when she poops all I need to do is place a piece of kleenex down below her rear-end. Then when she is done I fold it and flush it and we're all done. It's all good!
For clean up I spray the entire thing down with a vinegar spray and wash with hot water. If I am in a real hurry I will cheat with Dow Scrubbing bubbles spray but either way, as long as you don't let poop get directly on it, it is super easy to clean.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought the same one 5 years ago. It broke as my husband fell on it. We purchased another one. My dog loves this potty and was very excited to see she has a new one. Read morePublished 6 days ago by CHIGIRL
It's a really good product. I used it train my dog to go potty on this and it's been great. We do not have to worry about her getting dirty or wet.Published 2 months ago by ileen pham
My dog (when he was a puppy) always ripped up pee pads. This was a lifesaver! Used the ugodog for emergencies when indoors. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sam
My little 9 1/2 week old Maltese puppy ( 1 1/2 pounds ) is already almost potty trained. She goes right to this unless she is further away from
her play pen… and then she... Read more
This thing is awesome! My yorkie uses it when we can't take her outside. It was super easy to train her to go on it. I use adult pads in it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by I. Rivera