Thanks to Stu for sending me his Press Release of the Day:
Dog waste can often be a frustrating problem related to lawn care. Small amounts may produce a green up or fertilizer effect, while larger amounts often result in lawn burn or dead patches.
Keep your lawn, kids and pets clean by curbing your dog with a Potty Patch. Typically used as an indoor bathroom, new puppies can be trained to go on the Potty Patch outdoors this summer too.
The Potty Patch helps avoid urine marks on well-manicured lawns and deck where families usually play. Supported by the American Kennel Club, the PottyPatch is a necessary item for keeping your lawn in tip-top condition.
Here are a few key tips to keep your lawn and dog healthy with use of the Potty Patch:
Consistency for at least 2-3 weeks is important to establish this as a routine, trained behavior.
Dogs should not be unsupervised in the yard while this initial training is occurring.
Train your dog to an elimination command such as: Potty, Piddle, Do Your Business or Hurry Up, etc.
My question: Can I use this on a toddler? We're about two years away from another round of potty training, after all...