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    Litter Kwitter Cat / Kitten toilet training system amazing - YouTube

    I wonder what the litter kwitter would do for dogs that like to drink out of the toilet bowl.

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    Dodge loves the taste of cow poo... and Koda loves ferret poo... ugh...
    I would suggest getting one of those enclosed toilets with a flap (she might work out how to use the flap though if she is really desperate).
    Or you could simply not let her in that room (i know its not an option for everyone)
    If it were my dogs doing that i would probably just yell at them every time i caught them in the act... They would soon learn that they're not allowed to do that, and wouldn't try to push their limits...

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    Good question, I saw one of these devices in a pet shop contemplated buying it, but thought my cat was to set in his toileting ways and it would be a waste of money. Now we have Maxi and he is too short to drink out of the toilet.

    Think this system would have worked for this cat we had when I was young. If he couldn't get outside it was garenteed you would find a poo in bath's plug hole.
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    Maddodge that's the method i use - just yell until they get scared enough not to go near it. But the taste of poo must be so overwhelming - they must get poo cravings because when they still do it when i'm not home! Getting in trouble must be well worth it!

    I have three cats and i don't know if it's good litter management that i can't smell it anymore, or if my nose has just got use to it I have them & their litter in our internal garage during the night so i don't have to look at it and they can flick as much litter around as they like and i just sweep it up in the morning.

    I also saw that teach your cat to use your toilet thing on Ebay. No way in hell would i want to share my toilet with my cat that's gross! i'd rather just clean out their litter every day!

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    Trying to get to the litter and clean it up before the dogs find it is the best way. Good luck! And to avoid trails of litter through the house, don't use clay litter. I like the lucerne-based litter because it is great for the compost heap afterwards, but a lot of people are using the paper based litter.

    And if you think a cat poo fetish is a problem, then try stopping the dogs from munching on the gourmet delights of wallaby and rabbit poo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Litter Kwitter Cat / Kitten toilet training system amazing - YouTube

    I wonder what the litter kwitter would do for dogs that like to drink out of the toilet bowl.
    I want one of these! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuralPug View Post
    Trying to get to the litter and clean it up before the dogs find it is the best way. Good luck! And to avoid trails of litter through the house, don't use clay litter. I like the lucerne-based litter because it is great for the compost heap afterwards, but a lot of people are using the paper based litter.

    And if you think a cat poo fetish is a problem, then try stopping the dogs from munching on the gourmet delights of wallaby and rabbit poo...
    I've always used crystal litter, Still gets all over the house from the dog though lol I've just been keeping it poo free lately so she can't get any.
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    I'm not sure how to stop it BUT Boss also loves cat poo lol!! When i let him out in the front yard he'll run from corner to corner digging it all up & eating it. Yuk >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpielover View Post
    I've always used crystal litter, Still gets all over the house from the dog though lol I've just been keeping it poo free lately so she can't get any.
    The crystal litter has the same problem as the clay - small particles that stick to feet/paws and track through the house. The lucerne based has the biggest particles and doesn't catch in paws/coat. The paper based is not as large as the lucerne based but doesn't stick either. Of course if you have an enthusiastic cat they both still get kicked outside the tray!

    Best hint I ever saw for not spreading without using a hooded tray was to put the tray inside one of those 20 litre storage boxes - stops male cats from spraying all over the wall near the tray, too!

    Might stop a small dog from getting at the tray as well...

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    I like the crystal litter because it lasts longer
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