Hi everyone, its been a while. As I am thinking of the seasonal weather here in Florida, it brings memories of the dash we had to do to get out of our area almost 2 years ago this coming
September when "Irma" arrived! Evacuation is no fun. But, we managed and all turned out well. My Hav Reilly has been with us for 6 years now, we rescued him at age 2 and it is the
very best thing we have ever done. How we lived without him I cannot now imagine. Well, it is coming around to that Hurricane season again when we get things in order and ready
"just in case" and I began thinking of how Reilly will have to do potty inside. He never has. Last time when we evacuated, we were able to travel out of the area and he was able to
continue on his usual schedule outside. So, if no evacuation is called for, we will be stuck inside (or plan a vaca to run to in advance
. But seriously, as I don't post much, but am on here all the time reading and supporting the posts etc. I thought I would search for this inside potty business. Well, I found it posted: Ugodo, BLyss, Zumba, piddle place, The Rascal Dogs...
Just wonderful information. Now, question: Reilly is a large Have. Long and 20#..He is not overweight, but a big boy the vet said. Very healthy, very loving and just a natural lover..So,
before I go out and purchase one of these items, can they accommodate his size? I can look at them and see the sizes of them, but would rather hear from anyone who has used them. I
hope we may not have to, but I,m thinking it may not be a bad idea for him to get the idea its ok in a special place for him when needed. One never knows...So any response will be
greatly appreciated, especially if I find which one would be the better one to purchase for him. Then I can get at the business of training him to use it. Thank you one and all for the wonderful
topics and posts which have been so helpful and informative as this old gal taught the new 2 year old his life lessons.....He is just the best loving dog we have ever had.....my baby boy!
Hope I hear from someone about this indoor potty business. Terri (Reillys Mom)