Keep Dogs out of the Kitty Litter Box with the Peekaboo Latch by Woof Woof Castle, LLC

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The Peek a Boo™ Pet Latch, designed by dog owner Peggy Sue Soutner and her husband John, is specifically designed to keep dogs out of the kitty litter box and will prevent them from getting sick.

keep dogs out of the litter box

keep dogs out of the litter box

the product was designed to help prevent illness

Having trouble trying to keep dogs out of the kitty litter box? Woof Woof Castle, LLC is pleased to announce a new product, the Peek a Boo™ Pet Latch. Designed by dog owner Peggy Sue Soutner and her husband John, the pet latch is specifically designed to keep dog out of the kitty litter box and will prevent them from eating cat feces and getting sick. The latch works simply and effectively and it will prevent entry into the room where the kitty litter box is stored. Placing the kitty litter box where it is impossible for the dog to reach is the first line of defense for keeping your dog safe. The Peek a Boo™ Pet Latch will directly prevent larger dogs from entering the room in the home where the kitty litter box may be stored. It is approved for pet use only.

Peggy Sue’s long-time dog, Aussie, developed pancreatitis from eating cat feces out of the kitty litter box. Pancreatitis is inflammation and swelling of the pancreas, which can occur in a mild or severe form. Dogs with acute pancreatitis require hospitalization, which includes treatment for dehydration and antibiotics to prevent bacterial infections. To prevent other pets from becoming sick, the product was designed to help prevent illness from happening in the first place.

For more information visit http://www.woofwoofcastle.com. To see a video of how the latch works or how to install it visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2w0L_rrWzg

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Peggy Sue Soutner
Woof Woof Castle, LLC
woofy(at)woofwoofcastle(dot)com
(717) 701-8628

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