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Tips & Tricks

POG care & dog training tips
To make POG experience worth it!


POG Care Tips


The Setup

Place POG in balcony

Your POG needs to get sunshine & fresh air

to subside any germs & odor



Place lid under the POG box

This will provide an extra leak-proof layers

under the base of POG Box




The Maintenance

Water the POG daily

As POG is real grass, it needs water,

Keep it moist but not muddy



Keep the POG poop free

Keep the POG clean by picking any

little kinder surprises left by your furbaby




The Disposal

Dispose with in 1-2 weeks

A POG lasts between 1-2 weeks. Please replace

your POG before it gets unhygienic



Dispose in the garbage bin

Take your POG to the garbage room

& toss it in the large garbage bins



Dog Training Tips

POG on top of pee pad

If you already use pee pads, then place the POG on top of where the pee pad is normally placed.

Use potty training spray

Spraying potty training spray on the POG will guide your dog to where you want him/her to pee or poop.

Pee napkin on POG

If your dog pees elsewhere, soak a napkin with pee & put it on the POG so the pup can familiarize the smell.

Treats! Treats! Treats!

Positive reinforcement can turn your dog into a Pogger. Give your dog a treat when you see them use the POG.

Place a target on POG

You can use a target with your pet's scent on it. Some pooches, especially males, love targets!

Dog on leash on POG

Put your dog on a leash, as if going on a walk (at normal walk time) & take him/her to the POG instead & ask your dog to "go."

Location consistency

It is important to establish one location for the POG so you do not confuse your dog. The location should be accessible to your dog at all times.

Watch potty-time signs

Watch for signs your dog needs to go-- coming to a sudden halt, circling, sniffing in a dedicated manner, or dropping his/her bottom. If you see these signs, distract your dog & take him/her to the POG as quickly as possible.


 

POG on top of pee pad

If you already use pee pads, then place the POG on top of where the pee pad is normally placed.

 

 

Use potty training spray

Spraying potty training spray on POG guides your dog to where you want him/her to pee or poop.

 

 

Pee napkin on POG

If your dog pees elsewhere, soak a napkin with the pee & put it on the POG so the pup can familiarize the smell.

 

 

Dog on leash on POG

Put your dog on a leash, as if going on a walk (at normal walk time) & take him/her to the POG instead & ask your dog to "go."

 

 

Treats! Treats! Treats!

Positive reinforcement can turn your dog into a Pogger. Give your dog a treat when you see them use the POG.

 

 

Place a target on the POG

You can use a target with your pet's scent on it. Some pooches, especially males, love targets!

 

 

Watch potty-time signs

Watch for signs your dog needs to go-- coming to a sudden halt, circling, sniffing in a dedicated manner, or dropping his/her bottom.If you see these signs, distract your dog & take him/her to the POG as quickly as possible.