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Ware Manufacturing Plastic Lock-N-Litter Pan for Small Pets
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- Simple, secure locking design pan
- Made of stain and odor resistant plastic
- Low entry plus extra high back
- Attaches easily to an cage wire and easy to clean
- Measures 12-1/2-inch width by 8-1/4-inch depth by 6-inch height
- Lock-N-Litter Pan That Locks to Prevent Messy Spills
- Made of Durable, Stain and Odor Resistant Plastic
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Ware Manufacturing's Lock-N-Litter Pan is the perfect solution for potty training your small pets. Yes, you really can potty train your pets which is great for keeping the cage clean while your pets go to the bathroom in one place. This litter pan is made out of durable, stain and odor free plastic that is easy to clean. Ware's Lock-N-Litter Pan simply attaches to any wire cage, while the locks prevent your pet from tipping the pan over and scattering litter everywhere. Low entry point in perfect for the smallest pets while the high back wall prevents spills. Ware Manufacturing's Lock-N-Litter Pan is a great choice for keeping the cage clean and teaching your pets how to use the pan. Measures 12-1/2" Width X 8-1/4" Depth X 6" Height.
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Top Customer Reviews
Con: you will need something to get the label off. It's affixed to the litter box by a strip of heavy duty tape/glue. I had to use goo-gone with a butter knife along with hot soap and water to eventually get it scrubbed off. Unfortunately, despite my efforts, I still scratched the plastic a bit from the butter-knife. So, lots and lots of elbow grease to get the glue strip off.
Two stars: It's large, durable material and easy to set up. I have no issue with the design or strength of this litter pan. The problem is its usefulness. The guinea pig considers this a bed instead of a potty. As suggested by others I placed a little hay and poop in the bin so he can notice it's where he should "go". He still poops outside of it, but goes inside to lay on top of the poop I put in it. I wanted to get the one with the wire on top so he wouldn't be sleeping on top of poop, but I was told it's no good for it's feet. So I got this one which is like a dustpan. I will continue training because the last thing I need is a stink pig, his odor has been non existent until now.
When he starts using it as a potty I will change my star rating and update this review.
But just because I didn't read the dimensions doesn't make it a bad product. It's very sturdy and well made. As others have mentioned the label has a pretty strong adhesive. I removed it and gave it to a neighbor that has a couple rabbits. She reported back that her rabbits took to it right away when she placed it in the cage with some critter litter. She has a homemade cage and said the clips were a little weak but worked well enough for her to mostly keep the pan in place and said it has made cleaning the cage a lot easier since they use it.
For under $10 not worth bothering with returning and it worked out in the end. Meanwhile I ordered a Kaytee product of the appropriate size for a dwarf hamster.
Great purchase! I was using so much bedding before this! I have one of those Midwestern homes, and originally I divided a quarter of the cage using the divider, and filled that part of the cage with bedding. I'd go through a bag of bedding every 2-3 weeks. Now I ine the whole cage with fleece, and only put bedding in the litter pan. This extends my bedding for at least another 2-3 weeks, so now I am using half as much! Thankfully my pigs are smart enough to use the bathroom where the bedding is.
You do have to change the bedding out more often when you solely use the litter pan though. I use A LOT LESS bedding, but with that less bedding you have to change the bedding more often, but thankfully the pan makes it so easy! I used to clean my cage once a week, but after getting the litter pan, I clean the pan every 3 days and clean the fleece parts with a vaccuum, and wash the fleece every two weeks(unless the pigs pee on it, which they almost never do thanks to the litter pan). Cleaning the pan every 3 days compared to it previously beig every week seems like a hassle, but it's not! Now I simply unscrew the pan, dump out the bedding, clean it with soap, refill it and screw it back in. Before, I had to take apart the MIDWESTERN CAGE(those of you that have one know it's difficulties), take off the canvas bottom(hassle), pick up the bottom and pray the bedding doesn't fall out, dump the bedding, lay down the bottom and literally hose it down because it won't fit in the sink, wait 30 min- 1 hour for it to dry, put the bottom back on and put the velcro on(hassle), put together the whole cage, then you can finally put bedding down.
I used to dread cleaning my pigs' cage, now it is so simple.