Hi everyone, and thank you so much for allowing us to be part of the family

I posted this bit regarding our company on our sponsor forum, but thought this might be a more appropriate place to say hello, and mention a bit about Piddle Place

The concept of an indoor dog potty was unheard of a few years ago. In that past, we were told that we needed to control and master our dogs. For many of us, that old adage has disappeared. My dog, Kippers, is part of my family. I care for her as such, and find a comfort as her tale taps the floor when I walk in the door, always sniffing my purse for the treat the waiter at lunch sends home.

My work as a nurse sometimes kept me away for extended hours, and after a few accidents in the house, I realized my dog needed to be comfortable when I was out earning the kibble.

Also, while volunteering at our shelter, I noticed the number one reason people would abandon their pets was housebreaking. It always saddened me to see a person tearfully bringing their pet to a shelter, not knowing their fate, begging and praying they find a loving home, but always uncertainty.

So what if we can remove these barriers to pet companionship and adoption? What if puppies were offered something more sanitary then a pad to use and chew, or elderly dogs were no longer expected to navigate stairs or anxiously wait our return.

I thank you for helping us tell our story and share the concept of allowing our pets the comfort and dignity of an indoor dog toilet. Not meant to replace walking your dog, but for times you can't be home, weather does not permit for a walk, travel with your pets made simple..... just a thought!

Thank you for including me in your discussions, for sending photos for our lunch time amusement (yes our little staff here loves looking at your photos very very much) You can email them to us at [email protected] Please also post photos to our Facebook. We love sharing these!

A blessed day to you all

Kathy