Welcome To Piddle Place:
The Ultimate Indoor Puppy Potty And Dog Toilet Turf
Are you looking for the best dog pee grass pad box?
We believe Piddle Place™ pet relief system is the #1 indoor/outdoor dog grass pad available made with artificial turf.
Winner of major pet awards – including Dr. Marty Becker’s (“America’s Veterinarian” from Good Morning America) 2014 Best Products and 2013 “Editor’s Choice” by Pet Product News – and featured in popular pet magazines, Piddle Place™ is cleaner and more earth friendly than a dog litter box. It’s the perfect, portable dog bathroom for:
- Apartments and high-rises
- Vacation rentals
- RVs and campers
- And more!
No more pet training accidents… no more carpet stains…no more unsanitary, unsightly and expensive puppy wee wee pads.
Whether you are potty training your dog or looking to avoid messes on your carpet or floor while you’re way, Piddle Place™ is the perfect solution.
Ideal for puppy’s, older dogs who can’t hold it in, and even cats!
Piddle Place™ is attractive, portable, compact, sanitary, eco-friendly, and less expensive and then those smelly puppy wee wee pads. Easy clean. Easy drain. No mess. No smell. Piddle Place™ really is the ultimate indoor pet toilet.
|Watch the Video to see. When you purchase the Piddle Place™ pet relief system, you get the amazing self-contained base that keeps piddle away from your pet’s feet, and allows you to drain it neatly and quickly. Plus, you get the porous turf that feels comfy and soft to your pet’s paws. When purchased in our Super Saver Offer, you also get the adorable back-splash insert that not only makes the Piddle Place™ look cute, but also prevents any splashes from male dogs. You also get the travel cover, and 8 weeks of Bio-enzyme treatment.|
Compare Piddle Place With Traditional Puppy Pads
Puppy Pads are Poorly Designed but until now was the only solution for allowing dogs the comfort of relieving themselves as needed. These absorbent “paper towels” are often flimsy, expensive, and fill up the landfills. Pet owners told us they had to replace the pads a few times a day. They slide around the floor, or dogs chew them or pull them around. Worse, we noticed that when dogs step off the pads, their paws are full of urine, leaving a disgusting trail of pet waste in the home or on the owner. An unsightly scene in front of your dinner guest!
The Piddle Place™ dog toilet is designed to compliment the look of your home. Not meant to replace walking your pet, the Piddle Place™ provides a comfortable sanitary environment for your pet to relieve themselves while waiting for your return or when weather does not permit a trip outdoors.
Also perfect for house breaking, those that travel with their pets, or those who bring pets along on boats, RVs or the like. Piddle Place™ is also great for the Handicapped or elderly, who find walking a pet a challenge.
Piddle Drains Away Without Touching
The Patented Groove and Drainage System allows the porous grass-like turf mat to sit high above the reservoir. This means that your pet’s paws remain above the piddle, as it flows neatly into the drain and storage reservoir.
With a spray or two of our odor-busting Bio-enzyme treatment to the turf, and Bio-plus concentrate in the reservoir, the Piddle Place™ pet relief system proves to be the MOST sanitary, fresh smelling and easy-to-live-with product of it’s kind.
Empty Piddle Neatly With No Spills
|Watch the Video to see some Fantastic Tips and ways to get YOUR pet to happily use the Piddle Place pet relief system.The pet-friendly Piddle Place™ is love by most pets. The turf, which is designed to allow piddle to flow through, feels like natural grass. Also, your pet won’t suffer with the discomfort of standing in piddle when he uses the system. As such, the design of Piddle Place™ is aimed at creating an environment most similar to your pet’s natural “piddle situation”.With the tips in this video, your pet should soon be on his or her way to Happy Piddling!Click here to see MORE Training Videos|
|Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment is not a cover up.It goes to the source of odor and eliminates it. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment combines the fast action of chemistry with the long term benefits of microbes. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment is the result of intensive R & D efforts to develop an odor controller for pet waste the technology is a natural process that is safe for both the user, the pet, and the environment. Odors are perceived due to the interaction of odor molecules with olfactory receptors in the nose. Rather than controlling the odor with another, more pleasant, odor, Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment eliminates odors by eliminating the source. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment breaks down and degrades organics found in urine and feces which cause malodors. It is a Bio-Enzyme Treatment is a technologically-advanced chemical formulation for use with the Piddle Place™ to eliminate pet waste odor. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment combines a novel chemical formulation for immediate and long lasting odor control with bioenzymatics, for penetrating long-lasting freshening effects. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment chemistry makes for immediate odor control and biotechnology targets odorous compounds for degradation.The naturally-occurring microbes in Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment then degrades the organic compounds that cause odor, breaking them down to benign, odorless compounds such as carbon dioxide and water. Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment provides superior cleaning efficacy compared to conventional chemical products Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment uses formulations that utilize biodegradable surfactants at a neutral pH, contain no phosphates, no solvents, and low concentrations of volatile organic compounds (VOC). Piddle Place™ Bio-Enzyme Treatment is combined with the Deo-Essence® fragrance of Lemongrass Eucalyptus to maximize prompt effectiveness.|
Setting Up Piddle Place Is Quick And Easy
To set up the Piddle Place™, simply open a packet of Bio+ concentrate, mix with a cup of water, shake, and pour into the base. Replace the turf and your pet is good to “go”. Once a day, or after use, spray the surface area with the BioEssence treatment to keep the Piddle Place™ fresh and odor free. The DeoEssence in our maintaining solutions eliminates odor, rather than covering it up. Please view our training video or our handy printable training guide, if more tips are needed.
What About The Size Of Piddle Place?
The Piddle Place™ is proudly constructed in the USA out of sturdy molded plastic. While the unit can hold over 100 lbs, the length of the Piddle Place™ will decide we are right for your furry friend. If your dog is over 28 inches long, their hind end might hang over the Piddle Place™ and leave a mess. The Piddle Place™ measures 19″ x 30″ and is 1.5 inches in height. The Piddle Place™ will safely contain a gallon of pet waste, but we recommend draining the unit once a week for most dogs.
You Are Protected By Our Guarantee!
If the amazing features and benefits of the Piddle Place™, and the incredible success stories of our happy clients and their pets are not enough, we will go one step further. You are protected by our 100% Product Satisfaction Guarantee. If your Piddle Place™ unit arrives damaged, or breaks within the first 90 days, we will replace it absolutely FREE. You just have to return the damaged or broken unit, and a brand new unit will be sent. We stand behind the superior quality of our product 100%.
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Never Give Up - It works!
My 2 year old Havanese had been pee-pad trained to relieve himself on my cement balcony when I couldn't walk him. Needless to say, he was reluctant at first when introduced to Piddle Place. After about a week I did three things that worked the miracle. First, I eliminated the splash guard. (He's so little he doesn't really need it, plus I think it just frightened him a little.) Then, I purchased a little plastic bush at Michael's Craft place, about 12 inches high. It stood in a regular flower pot. I placed it on the piddle place to give him something to aim for. He was still hesitant. THEN. . . On one of his walks, I carried an extra little plastic bag, to collect bits of grass, hedges, or bushes where OTHER dogs had urinated. Oliver took me right to those places, of course. I sprinkled the clippings on the piddle pad, and put some under the mat, and also, stuck some in the pastic bush. . . and miracle! He now uses it almost consistently. Everyone is happy!
These tricks worked for me. Dogs are very territorial and the scent of another dog using their "space" will do the trick. Good Luck!
Hi Kathleen, I just wanted to send a thank you for such a great product. We recently downsized and moved into a high-rise condo. A big concern was going up and down the elevator with our papillon. Initially we purchased a porch potty from a pet store. It was nauseating to clean. I did some online research and found your product. We purchased it a few months ago with the auto shipment of enzymes. I am so amazed at the difference in ease of cleaning and how well the enzymes control the odors. Our condo has "approved" products for use on our balconies. Yours was not listed, so I sent a letter to the board requesting that it be added. I also wanted a way to share information on such a great product with the other dog owners in the building. I am truly grateful for such a wonderful product. Dusty, (our pooch) took to it immediately even though he had a backyard his entire life. It makes our lives so much easier and our planned walks outside with Dusty so much more enjoyable. Once again, Thank you for providing a product that truly lives up to its description! We are extremely pleased customers!! Sincerely, Vicki
Response: Vicky, I thank you so much for taking the time so share your story. A scratch behind the ears to Dusty from me.
Happy Dog = Happy owner
I was at the National Pet Expo in Orlando in March, helping a friend with her vendor booth. After a few days, I decided to rescue a 2 1/2 year old dog who had been overlooked for adoption, for 3 days. It seemed no one wanted an adult dog who was pad trained. I took Maisha for a walk around the show and she ran to Piddle Place and relieved herself on the display set up. I was so sorry and then a miracle happened. Kathleen Hillman chatted with me, told me about the system. Also, she wasn't upset about Maisha peeing. I told her about Maisha, she had been in shelter for 3 months and March 13th was really her last day to be adopted. It was March 13th! My angel Kathleen gave me a new Piddle Place and supplies. I was overjoyed. Maisha loves her private bathroom, took 1 day for her to understand where to go. Some days I'm get held up in town and don't get home on time for a walk. I don't have to worry, Maisha has Piddle Place. NO SMELL, Maisha is only 4 lbs and I clean the Piddle Place every 3 weeks, NO SMELL. It is amazing and my friends really like it too. When I travel, Maisha and her Piddle Place go to my Dad's house, he is 90 and can't always take her for a walk.
Thank you Kathleen Hillman for caring enough to support me in giving a little loving adult dog a new happy life.
Response: Oh Pamela, I wondered what happened to Maisha. Your story actually made me cry. Your dog peeing on our sample was the best publicity we could have had. It was my pleasure to give you the piddle place, we help a different shelter every week (we are non-profit) and your story made our week here in the office. We need more people like you. Bless you my friend.
PS: I think I have a photo of Maisha on my cell phone, I will post it on this website.
attaching a hose to Piddle Place
We have a porch. Can we put a drainage hose on the drain and then let that hang down to our deck drain, so that whenever the dogs pee, we can pour some extra water on the pad and flush it all out
Response: Thank you Lyle, This is great information for everyone. We donate hundreds of Piddle Places to shelters, and they use your technique. No reason to purchase the bio-enzymes either. Save money and save the environment.
This is the best product that I have ever found for my dog. We were using puppy pads, and my boyfriend said they were discussing. We bought a home together, and I am so proud to have this good looking odor free product in our new home. Thank you. My Maltese is now allowed to have her own bathroom like I do
Response: Thank you Lynda, your purchase is helping shelter dogs
Am thrilled with piddleplace but cannot empty - I turn the valve thru 45 degrees and the valve appears to move back, but urine not draining out.
Can you advise? I am loth to force the valve any further round, don\'t think it\'s meant to.
Maybe am missing something obvious?
Response: Tircia, please call me!! I will send you a replacement unit right away. This should never happen.
I have been using the Potty Patch, but it is not practical -- it uses pads, has no reservoir, and you can't wash the grass in the washing machine.
There is no enzyme to prevent odor.
I am looking forward to using your product.
I have two Maltese that will use the Piddle Place.
Was kind of you to point out that I may need to cancel auto delivery.
Response: Thank you Madeline. I was wonderful to speak with you. Bailey and Brody are added to our photo page here : )
question of turf and my review
I didn't call, but right after I sent the email I saw that I can put the turf in the washer. I ran it through on gentle with warm water (no soap) and it's like brand new!
You may absolutely quote me on your site! I couldn't be more pleased with our Piddle Place. It has exceeded my expectations. No more wet paws, accidents or odors! It's easy for our puppies to use, easy for me to clean, and it looks pretty cool!
Just for your reference, I'd like to tell you about our puppies...
We have two female Cocker Spaniels (Leslie & Ann) that were born May 2013 (11mo now and currently weigh 16lbs each). They did pretty well with the potty pads (or so we thought), but the older they got, the more they peed and the longer their hair grew. Ann would literally drip so much urine we thought she wasn't finishing. Then she'd track it across the hardwood floors and onto us. Leslie wasn't as wet, but she had a different issue. She would pee on the floor about 30% of the time. Both very frustrating issues for us..... not to mention the times they chewed the pads, walked off and made messes. Add to the fact we have two puppies...I went searching for a solution!
I saw a review of Piddle Place somewhere and when they mentioned no more pooling pee to track on the floors... I followed the link and ordered it on the spot! I assumed we'd need two, but I thought I'd give it a try before investing in a second one. For the last 7wks we have been using one unit for our girls. Like I said, I intended to buy two, but they can (and do) pee at the same time, and then they take turns for poops. I empty it once a week and wipe it down (under the turf) maybe twice a week. My husband is kind of sensitive to odors and complained about the pee pads often. Never once has he had anything to say about an odor from this unit. We literally keep it in the foyer, right by the front door to greet all our visitors. No more unsightly pee circles left behind for all our guests to see, no more wet paws and most importantly... no more accidents!!!
I've already recommended it to a friend (she has a Pomeranian and a Yorkie) and she's just as pleased as I am! Never in a million years did I think I would talk about puppy pee or poop with such abundance or enthusiasm.
P.S. I attached a photo of the girls on their Piddle Place. Ann is brown and Leslie is gold.
Response: Thank you Jennifer, I am posting the photo of your beautiful Cocker Spaniels on this website, and they also hang on our office wall, they are so beautiful. Show dogs?
16 Paws up!!
The right time for a Piddle Place is now, whether housebreaking a puppy or for an older dog-- The years between, there will be thunderstorms, 2am urges & the need to go when the humans aren't home. no one would expect a person to hold people piddle for hours. Frankly, I believe that it's inhumane NOT to have an alternative place for the pooch to relieve itself. Everyone at times find themselves unable to get home as soon as planned. All humans know how it feels to need to piddle really bad themselves--why put our pooches through that needlessly? The Potty Patch was a good, well-meaning idea, but it's extremely prickly & uncomfortable on paws& I've never known of a single person who purchased one & their dog would use it--it's like us like walking on astroturf barefoot. After the initial investment/startup, this is far more economical than even the poorest quality pads, And far more comfortable & sanitary than pads or patches. We have 2 8yr old & 2 10yr old dogs, So so glad we don't have to piddle with pads anymore!! And they are, too.
Response: Stacy, thank you for your kind words and insights. We are very grateful you took the time to share.
Just as I thought! No real problems at all. Since Bonsai is paper trained, changing to the Piddle Place was pretty easy. We set it up in the place where his paper usually is and rubbed the "grass" a bit with a used puppy pad. At first Bonsai was reluctant to step up onto it, so we put him on it. He got off immediately. We did that several times, and he jumped off each time. All the time we were doing that we kept saying "paper" which is his signal to go. Finally I started rewarding him with a treat for getting on the Piddle Place. Finally, he urinated on it and I gave him lots of praise. The next time, he went completely on his own! Hurray! I expect there may be an accident or two, but we're doing very well!
I thought of a situation where a Piddle Place would be very helpful. I've read stories about older dogs, especially large ones, that develop arthritis and have to be carried up and down steps several times a day to "go." If I had a dog that was starting to show signs of those kinds of issues, I would get him trained on a Piddle Place and continue to use it occasionally just in case. Just a thought I wanted to share.
Thanks for a great product!
Response: Jeanette, I thank you for your insight. I never thought about the stairs and older dogs. However I knew it was time to give Dudley (my 13 year old dog) a piddle place when he could no longer make it through our doggy door. He would just stick his head out the door and pee on the floor. I share your thoughts here, and I will tell others. Thank you so much for the insight. Perhaps you might post this on Amazon as well? I think people will find this useful