Pet Product Company Discovers Potential New Health Benefits for Dogs that Use the Pet a Potty, an Indoor Lawn Toilet System

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Pet a Potty discovers that their indoor lawn dog potty is more than just a convenient emergency potty.

PETaPOTTY, an indoor dog potty manufacturer, found new benefits to the use of its product, The PETaPOTTY. The PETaPOTTY is an attractive, polyvinyl palette with drainage that houses real or synthetic grass creating a mini-park for your dog. The PETaPOTTY unit features a concealed water-trap pan inside the unit that collects the liquid waste. The collection pan slides in and out making waste disposal quick and easy.

Over the course of the past year, PETaPOTTY has been conducting research via customer feedback on how often dog owners find that their loveable canine friends use the PETaPOTTY unit. On average, PETaPOTTY found that dogs, when allowed to go when they need to, will use their PETaPOTTY unit three to six times per day for solid waste and six to eleven times per day for liquid waste. These findings would suggest that dogs without an indoor potty system should be walked anywhere from four to eleven times per day! Considering, most dog owners only walk their dogs two to three times per day it may be time to reconsider the bathroom needs of your canine companion.

The findings suggest that dogs are holding their biological processes to appease their owners, who let them out on their scheduled time. By making your dog have to conform to your walking schedule, you may be causing harm to his health. Over lengthy periods of time, retaining urine and other bodily waste can lead to urinary tract and intestinal tract infections and problems.

The PETaPOTTY helps to promote a better and healthier lifestyle for your pet. By providing your dog with a proper place for him to eliminate, he will no longer need to rely on your schedule. Allowing your dog the ability to go when necessary can potentially help prevent urinary and intestinal tract problems later on in life.

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