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Old July 5th 03, 03:00 AM
tflfb
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How come someone does'nt invent a spray product you could spray on a
surface( newspaper ) so your pet would pee or deficate on it.

This would be great at times when its raining super hard or during the 4th
of July, just spread some newspapers on the floor in the garage or where
ever and whala.

Tom


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Old July 5th 03, 10:01 PM
sa050703
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Just have a neighbor's dog **** on a piece of newspaper or cloth and take it
home for emergency **** sessions.

"tflfb" wrote in message
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How come someone does'nt invent a spray product you could spray on a
surface( newspaper ) so your pet would pee or deficate on it.

This would be great at times when its raining super hard or during the 4th
of July, just spread some newspapers on the floor in the garage or where
ever and whala.

Tom




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Old July 6th 03, 05:05 AM
Lee Ann Rucker
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In article , tflfb
wrote:

How come someone does'nt invent a spray product you could spray on a
surface( newspaper ) so your pet would pee or deficate on it.

This would be great at times when its raining super hard or during the 4th
of July, just spread some newspapers on the floor in the garage or where
ever and whala.


Puppy training pads are treated with something that's supposed to make
it attractive to the puppies - and they have a plastic side to stop
anything that makes it through the padding.
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Old July 6th 03, 03:55 PM
Amy
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Someone already has )

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...=12&pCatId=599


Amy
www.luckynumbertwo.com/timber.html


"tflfb" wrote in message
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How come someone does'nt invent a spray product you could spray on a
surface( newspaper ) so your pet would pee or deficate on it.

This would be great at times when its raining super hard or during the 4th
of July, just spread some newspapers on the floor in the garage or where
ever and whala.

Tom




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Old July 7th 03, 01:48 AM
Amy
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I haven't tried it but I remembered seeing it in the Doctors Foster and
Smith catalog and wondered what exactly is in the ingredient(s) list.

Wish I could answer your netetiquette question, but posting to newsgroups is
fairly new to me.

Amy


"Rosa Palmén" wrote in message
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Has anyone tried that, how well does it work?

Rosa
ps. what is the netiquette when you reply to a topposter and don't want to
snip anything?



 




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