PetZoom Pet Park Indoor Pet Potty, 25.5″ x 20″ x 2″

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  1. 33 of 34 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It works exactly as described and my dog loves using it!, July 20, 2010
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    Kevin

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    I have a chihuahua that has recently decided she no longer likes to use her puppy pads, but the rugs instead. After replacing the rugs in my house (not cheap), I had to look for another solution since I live in a very urban area (West Hollywood) and do not have a yard. After spending countless hours researching the different grass options, I decided to try this since it was very cheap compared to similar products. I even considered a local company that delivers fresh sod every 2 weeks, however, at a cost of $40+/mo and $100+ for the unit I decided to try a more economical option first. I will be the first to admit that I am surprised my dog has used this potty exclusively since I received it about a week ago, no further training was required and she seemed to gravitate to this naturally. For the price, I was very surprised with the quality, it seems pretty well made, as I was really expecting some cheap junk. I don’t know if they sell replacement grass pads, but the unit is so inexpensive I’m planning on buying a new one if it starts to smell or deteriorate over time (for the price you cannot expect this to last forever!) Now to the negative, it is gross to clean. If you can get your dog to just use a puppy pad, it is sooo much easier to just toss it and replace it every day, but if your dog refuses I would recommend this. After a couple days of use it started to smell (what do you expect), so I had to dump out the tray in the toilet (gross), and rinse all of the components off in the shower. I rinsed everything off with dish soap, then clorox wipes, and put the grass outside in the sun to dry. If I stick my nose against the grass, it does not smell pretty. I am going to buy some ZeroOdor spray and use that after every cleaning (which will probably be every couple days). This isn’t the most efficient solution (puppy pads are), and cleaning this thing will get very old soon, BUT it is either put up with the hassle, or replace my rugs every couple days and live in filth. Obviously, the latter is not an option for me, so I am very happy with my purchase 🙂

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  2. 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    changed my life for the better!, January 31, 2010
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    Lila H. Ivey (USA) –
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    My new dog was trained within days…and the best part is that the Pet Zoom arrived broken (not wrapped well enough), so the company rushed me another one with apologies. Great customer service – thanks so much!
    Lila Ivey

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  3. 41 of 41 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It Works!, March 24, 2010
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    AMH (San Diego, CA) –

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    The Good: Works great! I live in a condo and have the pet park out on the patio. It’s only been a few days and my english bulldog puppy already knows to go there on his own. Easy enough to clean.

    The Not as Good: The basin below the grassy patch is very shallow, so I’m sure once my dog grows up I’ll have to upgrade; for now though, it easily accommodates a day’s worth of elimination. Also, because the grass patch just rests on the plastic tray below, my dog occasionally tries to scratch and pull it up; if this sounds like something your dog might do, I wouldn’t leave your dog unattended with the pet park unless you clamp the grass to the tray and/or ensure that he’s been trained to not play/scratch/bite it. Also, be sure to remove any loose plastic grass blades when you get it.

    Overall, works as advertised. Definitely made my life easier.

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