Dog Housetraining: Pee Post™ - Drs. Foster and Smith
We bought our dog, Xylo, a pee post hoping it would train him to pee in our small backyard space. .
A: In most instances, male dogs will instinctively mark the area and will require little training. Female dogs may need more direction and reinforcement, but following the directions, female dogs can be trained to use the Simple Solution® Pee Post within a short period of time. Pets who have not established their marking patterns are the quickest to train.
Simple Solution Pee Post* Outdoor Potty Training Aid for puppies and adult dogs is a non-toxic pheromone-infused yard stake that encourages them to eliminate in a specific area of your yard. Pee Post* Outdoor Potty Training Aid can be used in conjunction with other dog housetraining methods, and helps to make clean up easier while maintaining your lawn.
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Simple Solution Pee Post* Outdoor Potty Training Aid for puppies and adult dogs is a non-toxic pheromone-infused yard stake that encourages them to eliminate in a specific area of your yard. Pee Post* Outdoor Potty Training Aid can be used in conjunction with other dog housetraining methods, and helps to make clean up easier while maintaining your lawn.A: No. The Simple Solution® Pee Post was developed especially for dogs. The ingredient used to treat the Simple Solution® Pee Post is used to attract dogs, thus cats will most likely not respond to the Simple Solution® Pee Post. Cats have a natural tendency to want to cover up their markings. So if a cat is outdoors it is recommended to use loose dirt or gravel to encourage the cat to go there.The purpose of an outdoor in your yard is to encourage your dog (male dog or leg-lifting female dog) to do most of his (or her) urination in a place or place that you consider convienient rather than in other places that you'd consider less appropriate. Your yard may of course already contain one or more natural pee posts, in which case you may not want to add anyHow wonderful!!! I now have five retrievers and take them out on leash sometimes two at a time to use the potty area. They have to be leashed because they would still prefer to pee on grass. But after that, they can poop wherever they want and it doesn’t harm the grass because I immediately bag it. I have a front and back yard that is green and void of dog damage. It takes effort, but it’s so worth it! Enjoy your project and post send a picture. I’ll post it! Trains pets to eliminate in a specific area of your yard. The pheromone will attract pet to the post. Works with female dogs too. Use Pee Post and... Read the post again, Chai. He's not being mean, the dog is dictating the situation and that is what the owner is concerned about. The dog is not asking to go out and often doesn't pee when she gets the opportunity. Some dogs can just go a really long time without doing it, especially when they are younger. When dogs have to go they make it very clear. One of ours jumps up on top of us, barks and dances in little circles until we open the door. If we didn't open the door upon her demand we would have a puddle somewhere in the house. In answer to Eoe's post - dog pee is stinky, so the owner would have to have a serious olfactory problem not to notice.