Looking for a potty box for your beloved canine friend? The truth is, there is no one size fits all solution. Each dog is unique, with different needs. But I have a few tips that can make the selection process easier and help you find the right porch potty for your dog!

photoIf you’ve ever attempted to shop for a dog potty, you’ll know that there are plenty of products available on the market. It can be overwhelming to even begin, with all the different choices out there. I suggest that you consider the features of each product first. List down all the features of each potty box you look at and then compare them against one another.

Of course, you would want to get the product with the most features and the best price, but make sure that you will actually be using those features. If a certain potty has ten nice features but you know that you only need five, then you might want to think things over before make your purchase. Features and pricing are important, but you should also evaluate your needs.

The next thing to consider is maintenance. It is very important to keep this in mind as you make your decision. Sure, that model looks cute, but how much time each day will you have to spend cleaning it? Ten minutes? One hour? Not all dog potties are the same! Some are virtually maintenance free while others are a pain in the neck, so don’t forget to do your homework first. You’ll save yourself plenty of time in the long run.

Some dog potties have a grassy surface, and I recommend these models because they provide a more natural setting for your pet. Dogs love to do their business on grass! You can use live training sod at first then switch to synthetic grass once your dog has gotten used to using the potty box.

Finally, think about how much space you can allocate for your dog’s potty. For obvious reasons, take accurate measurements and write them down. The last thing you want is to have a potty box that won’t fit in its designated area.

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