Use and Instructions Think “inside the box” by selecting a litter box that is big enough to let your dog walk into and turn around in. Examples: Small dogs: Cat litter box; small or medium plastic tote with low sides.Medium to Large dogs: 3’ or 5’ plastic kiddie pool(for those leg lifter male dogs, higher sides are recommended) Directions☐ Pour “Indoor Dog Litter” TM around the entire bottom of your desired litter box. Depth depends on the size of the dog (3”-4” depth for optimal absorbency)☐ Solid waste stays on top of the “Indoor Dog Litter” TM for easy removal. Simply use a poo bag (like you would outside to pick up waste). We found that a bucket with a liner and lid works great next to the litter box.☐ As urine breaks down the “Indoor Dog Litter” TM pellets, the pellet swells to absorb the urine while the natural pine destroys the odor on contact. Simply scoop swollen pellets out into a bag and if needed, replenish with fresh “Indoor Dog Litter” TM pellets.☐ Once litter box is ready to be cleaned (frequency will depend on the size of your dog and how often dog is taken outside) dump entire contents of litter box out and wash with soap and water. Wait until litter box is completely dry and replace with all fresh pellets. We only recommend using “Indoor Dog Litter” TM that is 100% safe for your dog. Training your dog☐ Puppy or adult dog, training is the same. Repetition and praise, same as any other doggie potty training.☐ Puppies usually “go potty” about 5 to 30 minutes after eating or if they show signs they need to “go”. Show puppy to the litter box, then show the puppy how to get in the box and say a training word, like “go potty”. ☐ Older dogs usually give you clues they need to “go”. Examples maybe sniffing, whining, going to the door, heading to a place they have already gone in the house before. ☐ If puppy/dog goes where they are not supposed to, gently scold and show them to the litter box and repeat your training words.☐ Praise, praise and more praise when dog uses the litter box (treats optional).☐ Within weeks you will notice they are going on their own to their litter box to “go potty”.Keep Away From Children Do Not Eat Copyright: Pet Us 2019 All Rights Reserved.