Plastic Tray (Fresh Patch Standard)

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The Plastic Tray is a great option if you are not going to use the functional cardboard box. The tray is designed to accommodate the Fresh Patch Standard grass.  The grass is easily removed from the cardboard box and inserted in the plastic tray. 

The tray is helpful if:

1.  Your dog chews on the cardboard box

2.  Your Fresh Patch is being used outdoors in rain or snow

3.  Your dog needs a lower profile for entrance into the unit

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$ 24.00

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Lexus N.
United States

Love it!

My 10 week old puppy took to it within 24 hours and now goes to it himself to potty! I live on the 3rd floor and it’s been really cold like 5 degrees outside and he was shaking and never wanted to go out there. So this has been very helpful! Will be subscribing !

Plastic Tray (Fresh Patch Standard)
Michael a.
United States

Does the job well in rainy Seattle

Bought this tray with my first fresh patch because it rains all winter here in Seattle. Works like a charm. Grass was soggy (expected) but held up for the 2 weeks I was hoping for.

Sara R.
United States

My puppy loves it

Great product! It’s been a lifesaver (Or should I say carpet saver) while house training my puppy! I live on the second floor so having one on the balcony is perfect for middle of the night potty breaks! N

Laura S.
United States

Review of plastic tray

Tray is great. The simple black looks nice with the grass.

Anne B.
United States

Our patch

Love this product! On the 8th floor when raining or snowing it is great! Our pup also uses at night as needed. Can’t imagine have a dog in a high rise without it!

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On July 6, 2010, the Fresh Patch Company began operating from its headquarters in Florida. Its flagship product is a disposable pet commode consisting of hydroponically grown grass within a cardboard container. On September 3, 2013, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent for the construction and continuous delivery/replacement method of the product (U.S. Patent No. 8,522,719).

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