What a Relief! The time saving Spotty Training Place Indoor Dog Potty is there when you can't be. Spotty Training Place is the revolutionary in-home training system for indoor dogs and puppies.
The Spotty Training Place indoor dog potty separates and absorbs liquid pet waste for superior odor control for up to one week! The Spotty Training Place features a scented grass inlay that attracts dogs and includes a snap-in grid to hold the Spotty Training Place puppy pads in place.
This means no more shredded puppy pad messes saving you time and the hassle of daily clean up. The Spotty Training Place also saves you money and waste by using fewer pads.
Posted by Jay on Feb 27th 2014
Spotty Indoor Dog Potty is - GREAT - for an Indoor Potty Spot for your Puppy - or - Indoor Dog.
There is - ONLY - One Item that is missing.
If you own a Male Dog & plan to place the Dog Potty next to a wall you will need to make the addition of a "Splash" Board (to mount an extra Training Pad). This of course is do to the fact that Male Dogs tend to lift their leg when they urinate ! ! !
FYI: We just modified the Shipping Carton to become the "Splash" Board for Our Spotty Indoor Dog Potty. We use a swatch of Duct Tape to hold the Training Pad up against the "Splash" Board.
The Spotty Indoor Dog Potty tears down & is easy to wash w/ warm soapy water. The Urine Tray below accommodates a special Spotty Dog Potty Training Pad - or - you can over lap (2) normal size Training Pads & cover them w/ the Grate & Indoor Grass Mat.
I would recommend the Spotty Indoor Dog Potty to other Dog Owners.
Posted by Unknown on Feb 12th 2013
I love the potty tray for puppies. They quickley learn to use it and to keep their area clean. The only issue I have had is that the puppy unravels the green grass mat. I will need to replace the grass soon.
Posted by Barbara on Dec 8th 2011
I always rave up the peepad, only because it really works for my dog. I have a 2 half year old Shih Tzu and he is black and white and when its to cold or to hot or I'm just not in the mood to go out, he has no problem relieving himself on the peepad. Thanks