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I know this topic has come up before but I just found an interesting.............. thing............... a puppy potty.

 

http://store.tripswithpets.com/merchant2/m...tegory_Code=new

 

Guess it would be good for older dogs or ill dogs when you have to leave them at home too.

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Guest JillyBean30

:youcrazy:youcrazy:youcrazy That has got to be the craziest thing I have ever seen! :jaw:rofl:rofl

 

Don't know whether to laugh or bang my head on the wall...

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Darn, why didn't I think of that. I could be rich. LOL.

 

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I remember seeing one years ago that had a fire hydrant & a white picket fence - lovely for the balcony of your high-rise.

 

20" x 30" might be OK for the girls but my boy's aim is uh, not very accurate. :D

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You know... I'm going to have to show that to DH. Quinn is starting to really struggle with our stairs to go outside.... if we could train him to go on that thing and not have to go up and down stairs, that could be a good thing.

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Guest greytexplorer

You're going to think that I'm :youcrazy

but I have actually drawn up something similar for DH to build for DD's new chihuahua to use when we are gone to work or school. Mine has real grass, tho. Wonder what materials are used to wick the urine downward? I'll have to ask my dad, he's a chemical engineer........

If dad knows something, want me to repost?

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I remember seeing one years ago that had a fire hydrant & a white picket fence - lovely for the balcony of your high-rise.

 

20" x 30" might be OK for the girls but my boy's aim is uh, not very accurate. :D

 

:lol

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While dogsitting my sons IG, (who is not the best trained little guy-they live in the city--so he cant go out as often as when he is with me) I researched all of these products. there are many....does seem great for small dogs--but i think it would be easier to train them to use this from day 1--making the switch is hard. i tried with the little IG--with no luck :(

 

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Reminds me of our upstairs neighbour (who had a balcony, we were on the ground floor) who would throw her dog's poop down at the grass below. Ewww!

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Reminds me of our upstairs neighbour (who had a balcony, we were on the ground floor) who would throw her dog's poop down at the grass below. Ewww!

 

They used to do that in the "dark ages" - people would throw their waste out the windows into the alleys and streets..... a problem for those who lived on the streets and fell asleep under a window! YUK!

 

And the origin of the British term for the convenience - loo. Before tossing, proper etiquette called for yelling "garde l'eau", French for "look out for the water". Guess it didn't rain "pennies from heaven"...

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