If you're a dog owner who recently added a new furry friend to your family, you might know the struggle that comes with pup house-training. As with many things, this relatable challenge can be even more difficult when you have a hectic schedule. That's where dog grass patches come in to give a major helping hand.
DoggieLawn is an innovative subscription service for busy pet owners who need a convenient place in their homes for their dogs to relieve themselves while the humans are away. Boasting real grass patches that ship to homes for free through FedEx, DoggieLawn is a simple solution for all those fabulous fur mamas with packed schedules and lots of love for dogs.
According to the company, real grass pads make training easier on dogs since these smart animals tend to "know" to go in the grass, a natural environment. These special pads also make training easier on humans, since they can absorb urine and break down odors. And much like the real grass outside your home, these grass pads don't require any type of pesky shampooing or daily replacement.
But don't think that these grass pads are just for the tiniest pups who leave the smallest marks on their territory. The DoggieLawn service comes in four different sizes ranging in price from $26 to $58, and they always include a set of disposable gloves. The first shipment also comes with a roll of "poo" bags, as well as a training kit and complimentary training call. And every time a new DoggieLawn grass patch arrives, all you have to do with the old one is throw it out.
Just about every dog owner out there knows the frustration of coming home and realizing that the pup left a "present" for them on the floor — or even on a nice couch. DoggieLawn is an easy way for pet owners to give their dogs an option for a place in which to do their business.
Our favorite part? For every new susbscription, DoggieLawn donates a new item to a local dog shelter. Nothing gets more tails wagging than that!
If you're interested in starting a subscription, get the full details of the plan options here.
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