Potty Park is basically just like your average dog potty but there’s actually more than meets the eye. It’s a structurally reinforced sealed unit which can support over 200 lbs and it comes in two sizes. The Potty Park Dog Grass has drainage holes every 2 square inches (that’s twice the density of their closest competitor).
Potty Park is also the only dog potty that has a pheromone-enhanced artificial grass surface that tells your dog that it’s the only acceptable place to go. It also has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that’s resistant to bacteria, mold, mildew, moisture, fungi and odors.
Potty Park is used and recommended by hundreds of breeders, trainers and veterinarians across the continent. It has rubber feet to prevent it from sliding and scratching hardwood, marble and tile floors. It’s easy to clean as you don’t need to use a hose or harsh cleaners to clean it. Additionally, it prevents male dogs from splashing when lifting their legs.
What Professionals Say About Potty Park
Majority of the Potty Park reviews came from the breeders, veterinarians and trainers. An Elfin dog trainer actually owned 3 units of Potty Park and testified that it’s simply the best potty that she tried in her 18 years of breeding skills. Her technique to keep Potty Park odor free is to use 2 grass mats for each one so she can clean and alternate them. She found out that the best method for cleaning is with a 2-gallon pump garden sprayer. She fills it with 1/2 water and 1/2 vinegar or 1/2 water and 1/2 Nature’s Miracle. Then she sprays the Potty Park twice daily, empty the drawer and finally rinse it with hot water.
She said that her approach works better than than pouring a half gallon of water into Potty Park. Then once every week she thoroughly hoses down the Potty Park grass mat and let it air dry under the sun. She also notes that she still uses litter pans when raising puppies as the pups have the tendency to chew on the grass mats. But as soon as the pups go into the household, they automatically go for Potty Park and they literally housebreak themselves.
Another review is from Meredith who is an animal trainer. What she loved about Potty Park is that it teaches dogs the principles of “grass to grass” toilet training. This training is especially important because dogs learn from an early age based upon texture. She found out that dogs who are trained on Potty Park are far less likely to have accidents on carpets and hardwood floors because they’re conditioned to the texture of grass for toileting.
A veterinarian also loves the Potty Park concept because it’s not good for a dog’s health to have them hold their urine for long periods of time as it predisposes them to crystal growth and bladder stones. So having Potty Park will permit their dogs to relieve themselves at will when inside the house.
One major reason why people are hesitant in getting Potty Park is because of its very expensive price tag. But for those who bought Potty Park, they know that it’s not really an expense but more of an investment. The total peace of mind and the health of their dogs are some of the major benefits that you can’t put a price tag on.