Puppy Pan Dog, Cat & Small Animal Litter Pan
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About This Item
- Innovative pet litter pan is designed with human convenience and pet comfort in mind and thoroughly tested to accommodate extra small and small breed dogs, as well as cats and other small pets.
- Helps eliminate the stress of dog ownership by allowing your pooch to relieve herself even when you can’t be home due to work or other commitments.
- Wide, low opening is great for short legs as well as aging or injured pets; generous capacity easily holds litter, recycled paper litter and even potty training pads.
- Ideal for those living in apartments, urban areas with limited green space, or in harsh climates with extended periods of rain or cold.
- Made in the USA from highly durable plastic; small pan is recommended for pets up to 6 pounds and large pan is recommended for pets up to 20 pounds.
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221 Customer Reviews
Too small for puppies
This is very well made and would have been perfect for my 2 new puppies but it is too small to use as a puppy pan for the 12 pound puppy even though it is large. Instead, I have repurposed it to corral all their toys. They love it!
Great for Seniors
My Dog is a senior Maltese who was wetting off the edge of the padded it soaked down into the grout in my ceramic tile. Threshold of this tray is low so no difficulty for her entering the pan and pad is almost a perfect fit. Took no training time. First time she saw her pad there, I placed one she had already wet inside, she was ready to hop in. Pads need to be changed more often because the sides cause her to wet in the middle more but so worth not having to clean the grout!
LOVE THIS PAN!!!
I bought this because a pad alone does not have a guide to let my dog know she is off the pad and sometimes she urinates on the side of the pad and I end up with a wet floor to clean up. She took to it right away and it worked she doing all her business there! She is a small dog and only uses the pad because I'm not able to take her outside. I just ordered three more pans for different areas in my house, so happy this worked. I have two of the frames and was going to purchase more of them but they need to be cleaned because little wet tt's dripple but I have not had the same issue with the pan so far. I also love all I have to do is take the pad roll it up put a new one in without lifting up a nasty frame. YEAH!! life a little easer sometimes it's the little things thank you chewy.
Puppy pan disappointment
I bought the large puppy pan since it said it was good for small dogs. I laid two pads in it each time. After using the pan for a few weeks I notice the urine smell was in the plastic. I tried cleaning it with different sprays but nothing worked. I even put it outside to air out but the smell seems to be still there. Not sure what to do. Seems like I wasted my money on what I thought was a good idea. Had anyone else had the issue with the smell? And how did you resolve the problem?
Sturdy, large, and low
I have two small rabbits who don’t love jumping up into their litter boxes. I hoped a lower and larger box would get more use and it’s mostly working. It’s ridiculously expensive for something that doesn’t use much more material than the cheap litter boxes BUT they are heavier duty and higher quality materials. Even when cleaning regularly my rabbit litter boxes get stained and gunked up quickly but this one has been easy to clean and, while it’s a little stained, stayed in decent shape. And yes, her attitude is as big as it looks. She is a lion head mix and around 3-4 pounds in size.
Liter Pan Odor
My Chiweenie would pee on the puppy pad in the liter pan. When I"d remove the soiled puppy pad the liter pan would smell of urine. Even after I'd wipe it down with vinegar and baking soda.
Waste of Money
Waste of Money. I'm so Sad it's nothing like it looked in Pictures.
Great to prevent food/water accidents
I Use the small size to hold pet food and water bowls. Spills are rare because of the higher sides. If there are spills caused by playing pets, it’s all caught in the tray. The small size opens on the end, not the dide
Great for puppy
This liter pan was the perfect size for a puppy play pen. We ordered large ones for the house but they took up way too much room in his playplen and could not fit anything else. Seems to be made very durable! Overall seems like a great product. We will find out Monday for sure when or Dorkie comes home!
This is how I trained my dogs to use the litter box indoors. What a blessing not having to go outside, especially when it is cold or rainy to potty. I use Purina Dog Litter and this doggie litter pan. This setup gets the dogs used to using the litter box and then you start expanding their area...like running around in kitchen only. Then if they're good in the kitchen, add another room, etc. I bought everything shown here from Chewys. Dogs usually won't pee on their pillow, so this setup trains them to use the litter box. Reward them with treats when they use the Box. The trick to successfully litter box training your dog, is to start in a small confined area and then gradually expand it. Oh I started out with pee pads on top of the litter, but now they only use the litter!!