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New Indoor Dog Puppy Pet Potty Toilet Pee Trainning Pad Tray Blue 41cm x 41cm
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The grate helps keep the top “grass” layer dry and the tray can hold up to a gallon of liquid! However, when I used the Potty Patch, I placed an absorbent puppy pad between the grate and the tray. The pad did make the three layers a little harder to secure in place, but who wants to lift and carry a tray full of dog urine? The puppy pad is a cleaner option. Pet Training Litter Potty Toilet Box Tray Puppy Pad Trays Indoor Cat Rabbit Dogs #PetTraining
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Photo provided by FlickrNew Indoor Dog Puppy Pet Potty Toilet Pee Trainning Pad Tray Blue 41cm x 41cm
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She has only done her pee twice in 2 days in there. I also try to take her out every hour, after eating, and after sleeping. She is still making mistakes in the house. I do have to confess that I have only had her 7 days. My goal is to train her for indoor potty, and early morning, and late night(before bed) potty outside.Xinlink New Indoor Plastic Fence Pet Dog Puppy Potty Toilet Pee Training Tray Pad Size M Pink ** You can get additional details at the image link.