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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 Litter Boxes – Dog Housebreaking…

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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, with a Dog Training Floor Protection Tray, even if you live in an apartment or work long hours. This dog grass pad helps avoid accidents while enforcing your pup’s training that they should go potty on grass.
  • THREE-LAYER SYSTEM – The artificial pet grass pee pad 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 Litter Boxes – Dog Housebreaking…

Product Dimensions

20 x 25 x 1.25 inches

Item Weight

4.1 pounds

Manufacturer

PAW

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

80-ST2025

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Specific instructions for use

Urinary

Care instructions

Rinse with soapy water

Assembly required

No

Number of pieces

1

Warranty Description

30 day manufacturer

Batteries required

No

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 Litter Boxes – Dog Housebreaking…

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  1. mark boote

    My puppies couldn’t use disposable puppy pads as they’d rip them up and wee elsewhere. They took to the grass one right away and stopped accidents in the house when we’re not there

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  2. PJ

    For reference, I bought this for Reese, my five month old six lb. Chorkie and placed it on my back patio. Previously, we have been taking her out the front door to the grass on a leash. This is so we can just let her out on the gated patio and not have suit up to go out in the cold at all hours of the night. By the way, my puppy seems to be ultra smart. She learns very quickly and is eager to please. She already has us well trained, lol.

    Day one: I put some turds on it and when she went out she put her front paws on the mat and peed on the concrete. I soaked up the pee with a paper towel and squeezed it on the mat (wearing rubber gloves) and gave her praise. I later discovered you can just pick up the faux grass and pat the puddle with it, much easier! She later pooped on the patio and I moved the poop to the mat again praising her for going potty on the patio (and not inside the house).

    Day two: She peed on the mat for Daddy, but every time Mommy lets her out she holds her pee and will only poop on the patio, but not on the faux grass. I removed the old piles of poop that I placed on the grass, just in case she needs the space. Remember that prior to this, she only went potty out the front door on a leash in the grass. So this is a totally new and probably confusing concept to her, as this is the back door, no leash, Mommy and Daddy are inside and the grass is fake.

    Day three: She peed and pooped on the patio, but not on the faux grass. We are at this point pretty happy that she is confident going on the patio. We can hose it off. One thing to note is that she saw me cleaning up the poop and spraying the pee and washing it. I think this confused her, because she has seen me in the past clean her accidents inside the house, after having scolded her. So I think when she saw me cleaning her patio messes she might have thought she did bad. I would suggest cleaning it when they are not looking.

    Day four: No pee pees on the faux grass yet. Maybe when Daddy gets home he can get her to go. Maybe I give up too quickly. I take her out the front door if she doesn’t perform out back. I’m just afraid that if I don’t, she will go in my new house and I love that new house smell.

    Day five: She is pottying on the back porch, one time next to the mat, but most of the time nowhere close to it. We have a new problem, for some reason, she now squats and pees on the indoor house carpet right in front of me when I ask her to roll over! I have no idea where this came from, as she absolutely loved rolling over for treats. I think all of this has just really confused her. I’m going to go on YouTube and see if there are any videos showing tips on how to get them to pee on a pad. (No tips found).

    Day six: Today we got a poop that landed on the pad. She backed up to it and did her business. Technically only half the turd landed on the grass, but it was time for a poopy party! We celebrated her accomplishment. The rest of the day, she did her business on the back patio, but not on the grass. Thankfully she is back to rolling over and not thinking it means to squat and pee. We just make sure to let her out to potty before doing inside tricks (which she loves doing).

    Day seven: We got a pee on the faux grass! Just one, but we are seeing progress, so we are happy. We let her out onto the porch and watch from inside, no coaxing or trying to direct her to the pad (it’s too cold outside for that). So we are hoping that she will gravitate to that pad on her own.

    Day eight: The last five peepee’s have been on the pad!!!! The poopoo’s are landing closer too.

    Day nine: I’m so please to report that Reesie now runs straight for the faux grass to do ALL of her peepee!!! Her poos are still landing elsewhere on the porch, but I’m okay with that because they are easier to clean, especially now that it’s 15 degrees outside (think poop sickles)! Let me reiterate that I have done no coaxing toward the grass, I just patted her initial puddles with the pad to get her smell on it. I then gave treats and praise for going outside, with extra praise for going on the pad. I am removing the poo now from the patio and placing the freshest batch on the pad. We may still buy a second one, for extra space and to take on vacation with us (we stay at beach condos/houses and would probably transport it in the bed of our truck as I’m sure it smells like pee). I saw a video on YouTube where they placed two just outside the door and gated the area to include only the pads, so the puppy had no choice but to go on the pad! Excellent idea!

    I’m upgrading my review to five stars!!!!! This thing is SO WORTH IT!!!! Especially now that it’s 15 degrees outside!!!! I will update when the poo starts landing on the grass.

    SMELL: As far as smell goes, there is none, it’s too cold for that, all pee pee is turning to ice in the bottom tray and I just discard the p’ice.

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  3. BeeDL

    I have a 4lb 8 wk old Boston Terrier puppy who had been using the blue puppy pads at the breeders. I decided to try the grass tray because I liked the look better, wanted to reduce the number of pads I have to buy I the long run and I thought it would be a better way to eventually teach him how to go outdoors more easily.

    With such a small puppy I initially bought the small size. He eventually accepted that he had to pee on it, but getting him to poop was a headache and he often stepped in it afterwards or when he went to poop again. The larger size was more than I wanted wanted spend, but he immediately started peeing and pooping on it on his own. So I wouldn’t recommend the smaller size for anyone unless you have a puppy or miniature who is somewhat potty trained and will only be using it to poop once. Since I already bought it, I’ll probably keep the small one for when I close him in the room with me at night or we travel.

    My pup got diarrhea one day (a new treat didn’t agree with him) and like others have said, it is a pain to clean soft poop. Its especially difficult because I live in an apt so I had to decide whether I was more grossed out using the sink or the tub (I chose the tub). I pretty much used baby wipes, and paper towels to get most of it off and then used the water pressure in the tub to take off the rest of the particles. The most inconvenient part of all is that it took foreeeeever to dry. I didn’t buy replacement mats and my pup had wet feet for several hours. For this reason I think you absolutely must have more than one grass tray or buy replacements to switch out during drying. Thankfully that was only one day and the poop usually just shakes off into the toilet, especially with the larger size where it hasn’t been stepped on.

    Overall, a good purchase and I’ll keep using it for a while.

    Tips:
    -Put a puppy pad with attractant under the grass. Prevents having to clean up pee and with smell. It obnoxiously doesn’t fit the small or large easily, but there’s not too much hangover on the largep or you can take the time to tuck it in. First few days the puppy played with the hangover.
    -Don’t accept peeing next to the grass tray or they won’t associate having to be in the middle and will start to get further away and try to go along the wall if it’s against a wall..
    -Don’t pick up the poop right away. Leaving a previous turd or two helps.

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  4. Rob H

    When I bought the whole system, the grass was not hemmed at the edges, needless tosl say the fake grass didn’t last long and was all over the house. When you get replacement grass, you can buy grass that has the edges hemmed, what a huge difference! The grass doesn’t go everywhere, and they last much longer! Get the hemmed replacement grass!

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  5. Ben

    Great for training your puppy. I would not recommend having this long term since after a while it will get dirty, even with washes and rinses. And if you a dog like mine, you wouldn’t want him eating fake grass.I recommend putting a wet pad under the grass so it can soak up the excess urine.

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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 Litter Boxes – Dog Housebreaking…

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