Win a Piddle Place Pet Relief System


OK, we all know that it’s best to take our dogs outside to potty. Taking them outdoors reinforces that outdoors=bathroom, right?

But there are times when it just isn’t practical to take your dog outside to potty. Consider these situations:

  • You and your dog are staying in a city hotel. Your dog needs to potty at 2am. Do you want to go outdoors in a strange city in the middle of the night?
  • Your dog is on vet’s orders for limited mobility and isn’t to engage in any extra activity. (In previous years we’ve had dogs on crate rest after heartworm treatment and this is a real concern.) What do you do when potty time rolls around?
  • You don’t want your dog to have to “hold it” all day long while you’re at work. (This makes me crazy. Would you not go to the bathroom for nine hours? Please, if your dog doesn’t have a doggie door or a dog walker to come take him out, please consider a pet relief system.)
  • The weather conditions prohibit your dog from going outside. Whether it’s winter ice or a summer thunderstorm, your dog may just decide he’s NOT going outside to potty.
  • You–or perhaps an elderly relative–might have mobility restrictions of your own that limit you from taking your dog outdoors to potty.

If you’re interested in a dog relief system, we’ve got a Piddle Place™ to give away to one lucky DogTipper reader! Designed by a nurse, the Piddle Place features a patented quick-­drain spout designed so you can pour urine out of the storage reservoir without spilling. The Piddle Place comes with Bio-­Enzyme Treatment to help eliminate any unwanted odors that commonly surface with indoor elimination systems. Constructed in the USA, the Piddle Place can hold dogs over 100 pounds. The unit measures 19′′ x 30′′ and is 1.5 inches in height. The Piddle Place™ Base Unit sells for $119.99. Enzyme Treatment is available as both an eight-­week supply for $35.99 and 20-week supply for $74.99. Replaceable turf is available for $24.99.

The designer of the Piddle Place, Kathleen Hillman, gives 100 percent of the proceeds from the product to charity. “It’s about providing my family and my customer with a sanitary product solution, enabling pet ownership and giving back to animal causes who desperately need funds to do good work.”

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  • Carey Runzel-Oberly

    I worry about my senior dog and my 1yr old when I am at work or my one year old won’t go before we go to bed.

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  • Jodi Hoppe Wresh

    This is always a problem and be great way to help ty

  • Tee Mcc

    I sure do!

  • Kathleen Manthey

    I worry because my dog absolutely refuses to go out potty whenever it is raining. Or even a light sprinkle. He just HATES getting wet I guess. Even hates his bath! LOL

  • Katie Mitchell

    I never had to worry about potty accidents with just Roxy but Molly and Daisy seem to have to go more often, Molly has had a few accidents and this would even come in handy in the middle of the night so she wasn’t waking me up at 3 am to go out

  • Crystal Rose

    My dog’s actually really good about it but my mil’s pup isn’t.

  • Lisa F.

    Yes, my little Chihuahua can’t hold it on work days, so I have a few potty stations. This would be great to win!

  • Phoenixtl

    Definitely when traveling.

  • Barlee Creations

    When it is storming bad out I worry about the dogs having an accident because they are to scared to go outside.

  • Denise Elliott

    Yes our yorkie is having trouble potty training she is a year old and still has accidents at least twice a day.

  • Helga

    Yes, my doxie piddles when I am away for even a few hours.

  • Christine Aiello

    No I actually don’t because my dog can hold it in for over 12 hours! She is amazing!

  • dawn rasor

    I do not worry about my collies having accidents but we’re hoping to adopt a little one, possibly a mill rescue and there will be adjustment time.

  • Irene

    I would give this to my sister who is handicapped & unable to take her dogs out as often as they need to go.

  • Jennifer

    Dexter has always had an issue with marking so maybe something like this would direct him to one spot instead.

  • SheltieGirl_727

    when traveling

  • Ruckus the Eskie

    I worry when I leave Ruckus at home for long periods of time.

  • RitaMeow

    I will be rejoining the work force soon and I am very concerned about leaving my 13 month old puppy at home all day…this would be a cost effective product to try v. hiring a dog sitter or taking her to doggy daycare.

  • Sharon Boulanger

    We are buying a boat and this piddle place looks like a great way for my pups to relieve themselves when we are on the boat all day.

  • Arik Issan

    no accidents for my pup

  • Jennifer Leigh Dace

    No. I don’t worry about piddle accidentstoo much anymore. My dog is 3 and is really good about going to do that job outside.

  • Veronica Valdez

    Yes I worry when I am not able to come home for lunch to let them out.

  • abedabun dawn

    Yes, I do worry about my dogs having accidents when I am not home.

  • Haley

    Yes, definitely. Especially because he is a shih tzu puppy.

  • Shelley Joy P

    I worry about accidents in the house all the time. I have 6 small dogs and they have to go out every 2 – 3 hrs and still sometimes have accidents.

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  • LyricInTime2803

    Not with my older dog, but with my puppy, yes. Wager hasn’t had an accident in weeks, but I also don’t allow him the chance and bring him out very often.

  • Jill Myrick

    Yes, I worry about our dogs having accidents when we are away for the day and they are at home alone.


  • Atreau

    Yes, at times.