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Artificial Grass Puppy Pee Pad for Dogs and Small Pets – 20×25 Reusable 3-Layer Training Potty Pad with Tray – Dog Housebreaking Supplies by PETMAKER



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  • DOG GRASS PAD WITH TRAY – This artificial turf dog pee pad provides a sanitary place for your pet to relieve themselves inside or on your balcony or patio. It’s a reusable alternative to disposable dog training pads for small to medium-sized pets.
  • EASY PUPPY TRAINING – Potty training your new best friend just got easier, even if you live in an apartment or work long hours. This washable dog grass pad helps avoid accidents while enforcing your pup’s training that they should go potty on grass.
  • THREE-LAYER SYSTEM – The artificial dog grass mat sits on top of a secure plastic drainage insert that allows liquid to empty into the durable collection puppy pad holder to avoid messes and spills.
  • EASY CLEAN-UP – Cleaning this reusable grass pad for dogs is quick and easy. Rinse the three layers of the dog potty tray with soapy water and clean-up is complete.
  • PRODUCT DETAILS – Materials: Synthetic Plastic (Grass Mat) and Hard Plastic (Tray and Insert). Dimensions: (L) 25” x (W) 20” x (H) 1.25”. Color: Green and Black.

Specification: Artificial Grass Puppy Pee Pad for Dogs and Small Pets – 20×25 Reusable 3-Layer Training Potty Pad with Tray – Dog Housebreaking Supplies by PETMAKER

Product Dimensions

20 x 25 x 1.25 inches

Item Weight

4.1 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Specific instructions for use


Care instructions

Rinse with soapy water

Assembly required


Number of pieces


Warranty Description

30 day manufacturer

Batteries required


Included Components

Potty Pad

5 reviews for Artificial Grass Puppy Pee Pad for Dogs and Small Pets – 20×25 Reusable 3-Layer Training Potty Pad with Tray – Dog Housebreaking Supplies by PETMAKER

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  1. LJA

    This might be the best doggie “accessory” we’ve bought so far! We’ve had the Petmaker Puppy Potty Trainer for just over a month now, and it’s proven absolutely invaluable for our 11-lb miniature poodle.

    We bought this potty — as opposed to the many other potty options — because it was the only one that would fit inside of a 48″ crate and still leave room for a doggie bed and water bowl. When we’re out, we can leave our dog in the crate and not have to worry about making her hold it too long. We also had a problem with our dog getting up in the middle of the night and pottying on the living room carpet, and this has completely solved that issue.

    For training, when she started doing her “potty dance” late at night, we’d set her inside the crate and then physically block her in with our body (instead of closing the door), so she didn’t feel locked in. The first several times, she’d wander around the crate confusedly, push at us with her nose in an attempt to get out, and then finally relieve herself on the potty. Each time, we’d give her a ton of praise and petting for using her potty. Initially, she really did NOT want to use the potty and used it only because she was trapped and had no other options, so we spent a lot of time sitting in front of the crate waiting for her to go (takes patience!), but the waiting time got a teensy bit shorter each time. After two weeks of doing this at night (we take her out during the day), she started wandering over towards the potty when she needed to go but she wouldn’t actually use it unless we put her inside and waited for her to go. Now it’s been a month and she just uses the potty when she needs to — with ZERO accidents in the house!

    The Petmaker potty has a layer of faux grass that sits on top of a raised plastic drainage tray, and both of those fit inside a larger black tray. The grass and the drainage tray aren’t “locked in” and could slide around if you push them, but this hasn’t been an issue for our 11-lb dog. We put a potty pad underneath the drainage tray, which makes clean-up MUCH easier. Our dog uses the potty multiple times per week and we haven’t had any issue with smell. We change the pads every 1-2 days and then clean the whole potty in the tub with a diluted bleach solution about once a week. Our dog has shown zero interest in chewing on the grass or the pad, but she isn’t much of a chewer in general.

    – Fits inside of a 48″ crate with plenty of room for a doggie bed
    – Big enough for an 11-lb dog to sniff around / circle around / find the “right” spot
    – Faux grass layer is raised and drains quickly — does not stay wet after use
    – No issue with smell when using potty pads + cleaning 1x per week
    – No more spills or misses (compared to potty pads alone)

    – Grass does “shed” — we’re still finding stray strands all throughout the house
    – Grass takes a while to dry after cleaning — we may buy a second one for use while the first is drying
    – Bottom tray is shallow — if you’re not using pads, it would be very easy to spill pee everywhere when emptying

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  2. Fernanda Silva

    Bom preço

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  3. HiddenDaisy

    We moved from a house with a garden to an apto, so I got it for my two dogs (4 and 2 years old). However, they refuse to use it for peeing or pooping. Instead, they like to lay on it on sunny days. Might be better for younger dogs that are not used to real grass yet.

    It looks cute so I kept it in the balcony.

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  4. LJA

    I tried the blue and white absorbent dog pads. I really did. They stayed true to their word and absorbed the urine and neutralized the odors, but my Parti Yorkie puppy never consistently figured them out. She’d pee on them (or near them) in her dog pen, she’d chew them to shreds if I didn’t wake up soon enough (I wake up early!), and she’d lay on them like a bed at times. Ewww!! When she was out of the pen, it was a constant battle to get her to pee on her outside-the-pen pad.

    Enter the PETMAKER fake grass…

    I bought two – one for inside the pen and one for outside the pen. She figured out the inside-the-pen grass faster because the absorbent pad was gone (I inserted a blue and white absorbent pad under the grass for a few days to have proof that she was peeing there), but she also had plenty of accidents in her pen, so I knew we had to do some training. The outside-the-pen grass was where the magic happened. I started by introducing the grass – putting a treat on the grass and saying, “go on the grass” and then praising her when she walked on the grass to get her treat. She liked that game. Then, when I knew she knew what “grass” meant, I took things to a new level. Whenever I would find pee on the floor, I would flip the new grass upside down and rub it in the pee. If the pee was in a tricky spot, I’d get a tissue (which is not so absorbent) and sop up most of her pee and then rub it on the grass. She started noticing that the smell of the grass had changed and that it smelled like HER PEE.

    I’d see her doing a lot of smelling around the room before she needed to pee and I’d say “Go pee on the grass” and she’d run to the grass (because she understood “grass”), but then she’d wander the grass and end up peeing near it. Each time she’d pee ON the grass, I’d say a higher pitched, “YES!” to anchor the proper behavior, I’d praise her, and I’d give her a small piece of cheese to reward her choice. Each time she peed off the grass, I’d say nothing and quietly clean up the mess. One day it just clicked. I saw her squatting to pee on the carpet and I was thinking to myself, “Seriously? Not AGAIN.” And just as I was starting to feel really disappointed, I saw her stop what she was doing and run to the grass and pee! Of course I praised her profusely and gave her a well-earned piece of cheese!

    She quickly figured out that the more times she peed on the grass, the more times she’d get cheese, so she’d come pee 3-5 drops and look up at me optimistically. Of course I gave her cheese and said, “YES!” (because she did the right thing), and the behavior began to be more and more automatic.

    I encountered one problem with the Petmaker system, and that is the middle layer which keeps the grass from sitting in urine. It’s a great concept, but my little dog decided it was a great chew toy. After waking up to find that she had chewed off over an inch of the corner of the middle layer (and worrying about how much she had swallowed), I decided to outthink her and rub Tabasco on each of the four corners of the middle layer. She smelled and smelled and smelled those corners, and I’m guessing she probably tried eating it once because she has never tried chewing it again. (We used the Tabasco method on a printer cable she tried chewing and it worked beautifully there, too.)

    I’ve moved on to teaching her to poop on the grass. To aid in this quest, I’ve sprinkled kibble in every area where she normally likes to poop. That kinda made the area a prohibited poop area in her mind. Also, whenever I do any kind of training with her around the house, I purposely drop food or treats in areas where I know she’s pooped. Her options of where to poop (aside from the grass) are shrinking by the day. There are three areas she still tries (probably because I haven’t sprinkled food there yet). This week, when I see her sniffing in those areas, I’ve been saying, “Poop on the grass,” whenever I see her starting to smell out a poop spot. She’ll run to the next poop spot and I’ll say, “Poop on the grass,” and she’ll run to the next poop spot, but eventually, if I can keep up with her, she actually poops on the grass (and gets a better treat than a pee treat)! Today she took things to the next level because no one was watching her or saying anything and she went up to the grass and pooped on it!

    My next step (once the pee and poop thing happens EVERY time) is to start scooting the grass pad a few inches closer to the door (2-3 inches per day) and then it will reside on the deck and then it will be moved to the lawn where it will ultimately be eliminated. Honestly, I’ll still keep this grass pad for future use because when it snows two feet and I don’t feel like shoveling a path to the lawn for my little 3.5 pound Parti Yorkie, I want her to know that she can just “pee on the grass!”

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  5. HiddenDaisy

    Highly recommended for puppy training.

    My pups come to work with me and it helps keep them clean. I use a puppy pad under the grass surface to help with the cleaning.
    They took to it straight away and has been a game changer in toilet training when the weather isn’t the best

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