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Otis is so hard to get a decent picture of, he is so black. He has a touch of dark brown on his muzzle, but, in the pics it makes it look really brown. From day one, he loves to get on the shelf under the top of my glass coffee table on the screen porch. He loves to lay there. Silly boy, lol. He is using the ugodog now,and he is doing great. He is a cuddle bug, and loves to be with me, which is fine by me, He is 3 months old.
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He is too cute! I wonder whether his muzzle will lighten up over time. Looks like it might.

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I dont know, but, the picture under the chair is more accurate of how it looks. The close up pics make it appear really brown. Are there many others on here with really black havs? Would like to see their pics.
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So cute! Dexter was hard to take a picture of due to the darkness of the eye area. Looks like your pup has a touch of white on the belly. He looks content.



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Yes, he has a touch of white on the chest. The black is a really deep black.
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Aww...He is a sweetie for sure!! I think taking a good photograph of a black dog is very difficult. Outdoor lighting,( but not in direct sun) might be your best choice.

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He is using the ugodog now,and he is doing great
I didn't know what this was until I googled it. I like the idea. I want an indoor option but I was always afraid the grass ones would be kind of gross. I see that the ugodog has a grate on top, was that difficult for him to learn to use? Also, can you use regular piddle pads or do you have to use their brand?

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Yea, most of the pictures I take are just black shadows, lol
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ugodog is very easy to train a pup to go on. I think it is easier if you do the first week or two on the pads, then use one of the pads he has already gone on to put under the grates. I have never had a problem with them using it. Just have to put them on it and keep telling them to go potty. No, you can buy the cheap brand of pee pads to use with it. I hate using just pee pads, cause they love to tear it up and play with it.
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I can already put him in his exercise pen with it on one end, and he will use it. I couldnt do that with the pee pads as he always tore them up.
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