Should you buy the Doggy Bathroom Starter Kit or just the Base?
As the new owners of a precious little puppy or as someone lucky enough to have a furry friend in your life already, we are thrilled that you’re adding something from Doggy Bathroom to your home. We know that choosing between the Doggy Bathroom Starter Kit and the Base can be a big decision. But don’t fret! We’ve decided to make it even easier for you by sharing a bit more information so you can pick which one is right for your dog!
The Doggy Bathroom Starter Kit
The Doggy Bathroom is our innovative product that lets your dog have the freedom to go when they need to in a beautiful modular unit that won’t be an eyesore in your space. Designed for both squatters and leg lifters, the Doggy Bathroom is our easy-to-clean system to give your dog a bit of independence to do their business. What makes our dog litter box unique is that we’ve designed custom dog pee pads to attach inside that can absorb liquid vertically. Simply attach the pee pads to the walls and bottom of the Doggy Bathroom with the adhesive strip, and your dog is ready to go.
Plus, if you’re unsure, our accolades speak for themselves. The Doggy Bathroom was the winner of the Pet Innovation Award 2021 and Grand Prix Design.
The Doggy Bathroom Starter Kit has everything you need to get started. The starter kit includes one enclosure, one base (in whatever colour you’d like), six clips (to attach your own pee pads) and 50 of our extra-absorbent self-adhesive pee pads!
If you’re ordering just the base, you’re either looking for a secondary colour to switch things up to match your space or you might be looking for a tray to hold your pee pads. Our bases are made from sturdy non-slip rubber so that they won’t shift with even the most energetic pup. Choose between our modern dark blue, timeless dark grey, a light grey that will match any space or a soft rose that complements your decor. The base is a great option if you’re looking for an easy-to-clean spot to hold your pee pads for small female dogs or male dogs that don’t lift their leg.