How to make an indoor grass pet potty

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When choosing an indoor pet grass potty you want to make sure that you use natural grass. Our indoor pet grass potty uses only real natural grass that is grown locally. Using fake synthetic grass will only confuse your dog and leave you with a daily cleaning routine that wastes your time and money. We use only real natural grass because dog’s love it and it absorbs urine and odor naturally without daily cleaning.
30"x20" Puppy Pet Potty Training Pee Indoor Toilet Dog Grass Pad Mat Turf Patch
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Indoor grass, sod and turf pads offer some key advantages for indoor potty training your puppy. Of all the options, they most closely resemble real grass. As The Housebreaking Bible notes, the visual and textural similarities help puppies understand where to go if they split bathroom breaks between an indoor location and outdoors; it also facilitates retraining if you switch from inside to outside or vice versa later. These potty pads are also easy to distinguish from hard or carpeted floor surfaces, helping your puppy identify the right place to pee and poop. These pads are relatively heavy, so they usually stay put, even if your puppy wants to play with them. And, if you don't mind spending a little extra, some suppliers provide regular cleanings, used pad disposal and new pad replacements. Pet grass can be grown indoors or outdoors, so pets can munch on fresh, nutritious green grass.
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the grass seeds shown are the ones I can't find anywhere anymore! I'm thinking they are oat seeds...I have several packets of "cat grass" from different companies, different pet stores, used different containers and it just doesn't grow...I used the same method, same organic soil, but thsee seeds are lousy! My kitty LOVES her kitty grass, but now she just bites at the few blades that come up.my cat grass used to look like yours, but lately can only find "cat grass" pkgs that are oat seeds (see pic...seeds are different from yours) and yes, i've had to go back to buying the already grown grass in the pet stores, but since they are fully grown they don't last much longer after purchase. I will continue my search for wheat grass seeds next shopping trip, but as I mentioned can only find the seeds in my pic. I will try the nurseries again too.DoggieLawn was created when our founders, Zack and Natalie, wanted to find an easy solution to apartment living with dogs. Being not only convenient, but eco-friendly as well was a primary concern for them. Most pet potty products they found in the market, like synthetic grass or ”wee-wee pads”, are made of plastic, causing a huge burden on the environment because they do not break down in landfills and their synthetic contents take copious amounts of energy to produce and transport. Additionally, they also required a fair amount of daily maintenance with cleaning, washing, constantly replacing pads to avoid odor, and so on. is an excellent indoor potty solution for several reasons. First, for those who would prefer not to clean a potty, DoggieLawn is "no fuss no muss." It comes in a "pizza box" type cardboard container that you can simply throw out when it's full and replace it with a new one when it's needed. Second, for pets and owners who prefer something that is not artificial, DoggieLawn is real grass. It smells like grass and feels like grass because it IS real grass and dogs seem to really like it for doing their business. Third, this product is effective. And fourth - this is the one I love...The best-known pet grass is cereal grains grown to be fed to pet animals, from pocket pets, such as hamsters and guinea pigs, to cats, dogs and birds. It can be grown indoors or out, in soil or in water, and it provides fresh food high in nutrients.Pet grass grown indoors or outdoors can do well in almost any type of soil, as long as the variety is appropriate for that type of soil (sandy, clay, loam and so on). Indoors, commercial potting soil works well. If you choose to go the hydroponic no-soil route, you still need something to support the plants, and this can be anything from gravel, perlite or vermiculite to perforated plastic, as long as the roots can dig in and grow and the tops stay upright. You can plant pet grass in almost anything and even on some things. Any shallow dish that will hold a growing medium and water will do, or even a porous clay pot or figurine with a surface grooved to hold seeds (a Chia Pet).