Pet Loo

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The Pet Loo is your backyard in a box. This portable indoor/outdoor toilet works for dogs, cats, and small pets. Ideal for apartments, potty training, and occasions when you can’t let your pet out, the Pet Loo is a convenient alternative to pee pads and midnight bathroom breaks. The top layer of synthetic grass allows urine to drain through into the base. The reinforced base is slightly angled so urine trickles down into the waste container. The waste container catches the urine and is removable for easy cleanup.

  • Convenient, portable pet toilet for use almost anywhere
  • Easy to train your pet to use the Pet Loo
  • Appealing to dogs-- feels like real grass
  • Reinforced base easily supports pet’s weight
  • Removable container for easy cleanup
  • Alternative to pee pads and litter boxes
  • Easy to keep clean—wipe with warm water
  • Optional Pee Pod powder traps liquid and odor

Sizes:
Small - 17x21 inches / 1.4x1.75 feet; for Small Dogs, Cats, 
Medium - 24x24 inches / 2x2 feet; for Medium dogs
Large - 33x33 inches / 2.75x2.75 feet; for Large/medium dogs

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Size Chart

These are general sizing guidelines, all designers size differently, just like human designers.  Please review each products sizing charts to choose the correct size.

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
XXS 6-7 9.5-11 7-8.5
XS 7-7.5 11-12.5 8.5-9.5
S 8-9 12.5-14 9.5-10.5
M 9.5-10.5 14-15.5 10.5-11.5
L 11.5-12.5 15.5-17 11.5-12.5
XL 12.5-13.5 17.5-19.5 13.5-15
XXL 14-15 21-23 15-16.5

Large dog breed dog size section (40-60lbs)

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
L-S 16.5-17.5 25-26 18.5-19.5
L-M 19-20 28-29 19.75-20.5
L-L 22.5-23.5 32-33 20.5-21.5

Dachshund dog size section (long body breed)

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
D-S 11.5-12.5 15-16 9.5-10.5
D-M 13.5-14.5 16-17 10.5-11
D-L 15.5-16.5 17.5-18.5 11.5-12

How to measure

1.) The Broadest part of the chest (shown as Chest on the illustration above) For chest measurement, measure the chest at its widest point, which is typically right behind the front legs. If the dog has a large girth, going up a size in the top line measurement is always a smart choice, since some additional fabric will be used up.

2.) The Length of the backbone (shown as Back Length on the illustration above) Measuring should be done along the dog's backbone from the base of the head to the base of the tail. This is from the base of where the collar rests to where the tail is attached. The measurements you see on all our apparel indicate this top line measurement. However, it's important that the dog's girth be taken into account as well as the top line measurement.

3.) The Circumstances of the neck (shown as Neck on the illustration above) The neck size determine whether the dog will be comfortable wearing clothing. If the neck is too tight, the dog would be hard to breath. There are different sizing ranges for different types of garments, due to how binding or flexible the material used is. The most important is the chest size, so if the chest size is ok the other will not matter.