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Thread: SHEESH!!

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    Is this the most ridiculous thing you've ever seen???

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    lol! It's an overgrown litterbox for dogs!

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    LOL! :lol: I wonder just how many people have spent the $279.00 to buy the original sized PETaPOTTY?!?! The site states that the original size is perfect for almost any size dog.

    LOL I doubt this has been Great Dane tested, and I don't think I would want to risk trying to use this for my Danes! LOL Could you just imagine the messes......... :roll:
    "Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole." --Roger Caras

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    You know though, if they were cheaper I'd probably invest in one.

    When Bambi was pregnant, she was SOO fat she either couldn't or wouldn't walk up or down the stairs on either porch (because both my front and back have porches with 4 and 5 steps down). So we ended up letting her relieve herself on the front porch. The poo wasn't so hard cleaning up but the urine was. So something like this would have been nice to have.

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    Maybe for small dogs who are apartment bound and go on the pouch, but this seems alot like pee pads to me, just another way to confuse poor Fido.
    The reason dogs are great is they wag their tails, not their tongues.

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    I would think pee pads would be more confusing.

    At least with these, it's grass so it's the exact same thing the dog would find out in the yard or on for a walk. Whereas with pee pads they are so close to carpets and blankets and the like.

    I don't know. Makes me wonder what's next!!!!!!

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    Only for people with too much money..
    Your guide to portable dog crates:

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    very funny dog... thanks for sharing it with us



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