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Hello pet-lovers!

With Halloween coming up, it can be spooky to potty outside alone! As the cooler temperatures are rolling in, it's important that we still are able to keep an eye on whether our dog is pottying outside. I know from experience that dogs get cold or are uneasy about pottying outside in the dark, cold.

But let's not forget about the owner who is up during the middle of the night letting your dog potty. If you find yourself cleaning more messes this fall and your dog is pottying outside less, Piddle Place can solve those issues. This indoor potty comes in three sizes and is easy to move around the house. Your pup can have the feeling of pottying outside with the grass, but the ease of going right to bed to snuggle up with you. The best part is is there are no Jack-o-lanterns or you waking up in the morning to clean the mess.

Find more information about this scary good deal at http://www.petsafe.net/house-training.

Comment below with any potty training questions or send your pup's cute halloween costume.
 

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We have something similar but the grass on ours looks more like grass and less like indoor/outdoor carpeting. LOL We have two very small dogs and the weather here in Texas can go from 110 degrees to snowing throughout the year. We also have large birds like hawks and eagles in the park behind our house that have been known to pick up small dogs, along with coyotes, etc. We decided before we ever got the dogs that we would have a room in our house that is just for them to use for going potty. We have two of the grass patches and several potty pads in there.
 

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We are so happy that you found a great use for the indoor potty. The indoor potty is such a great way to keep your pets safe from wildlife and can make it easier to potty indoors during the cold!
 
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