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                     How To Use The Doggy Litter Box!


The revolutionary Doggy Litter Box™ consists of a lightweight, rigid tray and a custom piece of ProGreen Synthetic Grass made especially for dogs. It works just like real grass. Dogs gravitate towards the artificial grass when they need to do their business.

Directions
1. Place the Doggy Litter Box™ where you would like your dog to do their business on a regular basis.

2. Urine flows through the artificial grass and its backing towards the tray below. You can use either newspaper or Puppy Pads (available through us) between the tray and the artificial grass to soak up urine.  Feces are cleaned in the same manner as real grass, but it is not as messy.

3. Clean the artificial grass daily with water by running it under a faucet or hose. We also recommend using Odor Eradicator to reduce odor while cleaning the artificial grass. Simply soak the grass with water and then spray the top and bottom of the grass thoroughly with Odor Eradicator.


Training
1. Introduce your dog to the Doggy Litter Box™ slowly. Gradually introducing your dog to new experiences is always best, and litter training is no exception. Allow your dog to sniff out the area, touch it with his paws and mouth and show him where he is supposed to go potty.

2. Most dogs think the artificial grass is real grass, and will gravitate towards it. However, if your dog is having trouble using the Doggy Litter Box™ spray the synthetic grass surface with a few sprays of pet training spray. Puppy Aid Training Spray contains pheromones which naturally attract your dog or puppy and make them want to mark their scent with their own urine. This will speed up the training process. You can purchase the Puppy Aid Training Spray from us or from your local pet supply store.

3. Make feeding time the same everyday. All day feedings may be easier on the dog’s owner, but your dog should be able to know when to expect his food and he should be allowed to eat for roughly 20 minutes. If done consistently, this will help you time his potty habits, making it easier for you to litter train your dog. If you feed your dog commercial dog food, feed dry food, it will keep his stools more solid.

4. Dogs need lots of water, especially if they eat dry dog food. However, while you're potty training, feed your dog at least four hours before bedtime, and remove his water two hours before bedtime.

5. Take your dog to the Doggy Litter Box™ after every meal, the first thing in the morning, the last thing at night, every time he wakes up from a nap, after an active play session, and in the wee hours of the morning if you hear him moving around.

6. Offer praise and reward for your dog for using the Doggy Litter Box™. Much like kids, dogs do well with positive reinforcement. When it’s time for your dog to relieve themselves, place them or lead them to the Doggy Litter Box™ and use a consistent command such as “go potty” or “go pee.” Tell him what a good dog he is when he goes potty in the Doggy Litter Box™. Give him a treat and rub his belly when he goes to the litter box to go potty without being guided there. However, don’t give your dog treats on or near the Doggy Litter Box™ as they will associate the Doggy Litter Box™ as a place to receive treats, not to do their business.

7. Place your dog on the Doggy Litter Box™ as soon as they wake up.

8. Keep the litter Doggy Litter Box™ clean. Your dog will be more likely to use it if it is kept clean and fresh.

9. Don’t allow your dog to play or sleep in the Doggy Litter Box™ as they need to learn that it is just used for doing their business.

10. Remember that repetition is necessary. Your dog will not understand what you want unless you repeatedly show him/her the desired behavior MANY times. Keep in mind also that your dog does not know what is expected and must be shown the proper place and time to eliminate.

Take it slow and easy...be PATIENT....and have FUN with your dog!

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