February 14, 2014 | By AugustBaby
Don't like this at all. You need to do lots of work to replace the pads each time and put the pads in place properly. I replace my pads 2-3 times a day. This is a poor design. I don't like that it doesn't have a bottom.
POTTY PAD (SORT OF) HOLDER
February 11, 2013 | By SHERRI SOLLEDER
NOT TOO IMPRESSED...THE HOLDER HAS INSET GROOVES THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO CONNECT WHILE HOLDING THE PAD IN PLACE. OUR FAMILY HAS LIMITED SUCCESS WITH THIS DEVICE AND IT NEVER REMAINS FLATTENED WITH THE PAD 'IN PLACE'. IT'S BETTER THAN NOTHING, BUT BARELY. I WOULDN'T PURCHASE ANOTHER ONE. I HAVE OWNED ONE (DIFFERENT BRAND) THAT WORKED...I COULD EVEN TOSS IT IN THE DISHWASHER, BUT THIS ONE...I WOULDN'T DARE.
November 11, 2010 | By Christene
I've used this for my indoor trained male maltese (Spike)since he came home as a baby. I spent two weeks confined in one large area with gates and trained him on the pee mats. Without this frame, Spike would drag his pee mat around the room and so we purchased two frames, one for home and one for my daughters when I visit. Spike is still indoor trained dog and the pee frame keeps the pee mats in place. Spike is a year and 3 months, and the frames still holding up. I'm going to buy another and ship it to Canada for my visit with family this December.
Little Stinker House breaking Pad holder
May 24, 2010 | By Cristina Chapa
It's a great concept but it only works with their house breaking pads. It would have made a beter buy if it was somewhat universal.
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