Wee-Wee On Target Trainer
Unhappy with design
My biggest issue with this item is that you can't lock down all sides of the training pads. If the pet tends to scratch at the pad it ends up all balled up and not
catching the urine. For that reason it didn't work in my situation.
October 4, 2013
This is perfect size, hoping my little male will stay inside the pad walls instead of going to the outer edge, and cocking his leg, he is all male.
September 6, 2013
great for physically challenged cats.
i am using this for our disabled cat aine (anya). she has a form of cerebral palsy which makes her walk with straight legs. this makes it easy for her to turn around which a regular litter box would limit her turning radius and she can walk right onto it. aine is just like every other cat except for the way she walks but her imperfection makes her perfect!
March 23, 2014
We love this product!
We have 2 somewhat older female dogs who are pretty good about using pads, but they don't always urinate in the middle of the pad and the floor is often wet over the edges of the pad and under the pad. I assembled the wee wee trainer and found that the dogs did not use it. I took off the side and back railings and now they use the trainer very willingly. So, with dogs who resist, I would suggest taking the rails off so the dog gets used to just the platform itself and then if need be (maybe male dogs need this more than females), put the railings back up. Our experience is that the slight rise to the platform is enough that our females don't urinate over the edge, but stay on the surface of the pad. We love this product and the price is worth it , many times over. I highly recommend this product.
February 9, 2014
Dog WILL dig up sides.
The holder only snaps down to "barely" hold in one side. The other three sides are loose and fair game for your puppy to dig up and destroy the pad. Ruins new pads, and makes a mess of used ones. Walls were great to protect the floor- but now a new problem arises...
January 8, 2014
My dog did not like it
My 3-year old dog has been trained and familiar with wee wee pad. However, when I replaced the tray with the on target trainer, he kept missing the pad because he was trying to avoid the three side walls. I removed the walls and realized that he was still uncomfortable with the tray. The fastener did not work very well, so I just placed the pad on top of the tray. This resulted in the spill of urine going into the gaps where the side walls were supposed to be (since I removed them). Lastly, once the unit snaps together, it could not be taken apart. Overall, the on target trainer did not work out and I ended getting a new tray.
October 20, 2013