Teach your dog to use an outdoor litter box and reclaim your yard; prevent indoor accidents and make clean-up easy and hygienic.
- 2 pressure-treated 2×6 boards 8′ long
- 4 garden bricks
- 200 pounds of pea gravel
- Spiral Ground Anchor
- Short (1′) cable or chain with a swivel attachment
Cut the 2×6 in half. Arrange the garden bricks in a square and place the end of each board in the joint to form a box. Insert the screw anchor into the ground in the middle of the box. Fill the box with pea gravel.
When it’s time for your dog to go, put him outside and latch him to the anchor and give him an opportunity to finish his business. Keep doing that until he knows thats where he needs to potty. Soon he’ll associate the feel of the gravel with potty and know where to go.
This is a superior method to concrete (easy to confuse with hardwood floor or tiles) a wee-wee pad (feels like carpet or rug), or fake turf (which can be messy to clean.
Use quicklime regularly in the box to keep odor down and clean the box once a week.
When dogs eat their own poop, it’s because they have a deficiency in their diet. While adding pineapple to their diet won’t *fix* the problem, it will at least curb the behavior by turning the stool bitter.
If your dog is suffering from diarrhea, try using pure pumpkin (not pie filler) and your dog’s stool will go back to a natural state.
Dog odor can be a problem — nobody wants their home or car to smell like wet dog. But with this product you can neutralize odor organically.
Get rid of odor, disinfect, and clean dog potty boxes, dishes, and other items naturally
If you dog isn’t drinking enough after a surgery or illness, use this trick to get them hydrated. Remember to dilute it per instructions in the video.
Use a Pediatric electrolyte drink to rehydrate your dog after surgery or illness. Available at your local pharmacy and not very expensive.