This Magical Spray Will Tell Your Dog Exactly Where to Poop

Updated: Apr. 17, 2023

With a simple spray, you'll have your dog potty trained in no time!

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just point to a spot that you want your dog to go to the bathroom, and they would just go? It would make potty training a lot easier, and would probably save you a ton of money after cleaning out all of those stains in your carpet. Or even save the health of your lawn, which by the way, you should pick up your dog’s poo before mowing the lawn next time.

Luckily enough, one company has thought of a solution, letting this potty-training fantasy become a reality. The solution is a magical potty-training dog spray. It does exactly as it sounds. Spray where you want your dog to go to the bathroom, and they will go there! It’s almost like seeing miracles, which makes sense to why the product’s founding company is called Nature’s Miracle.

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So how does it work? Nature’s Miracle House-Breaking Potty Training Spray actually uses pheromone scents to encourage dogs where to relive themselves. It works both indoors and outdoors, and the formula will last you a long time.

The pheromones work due to the stress-relieving qualities it has among pets. Pheromones are actually a chemical communication between members of species, and the vomeronasal organ (between the nose and mouth) receives them. They have calming abilities and help relieve stress, which is why pets are naturally drawn to them.

The best part? It is cheap. We’re talking really cheap. Like, under $10 cheap. You can actually buy an 8 oz. bottle of this stuff over on Amazon for $6.22, or a whopping 16-ounce bottle for only $6.99. No more expensive dog-training classes or expensive housetraining solutions. Now doesn’t that sound like music to your ears?

If you do decide to grab this spray, there are a few things to note. First is the smell. Although the smell is appealing to pets, it’s not exactly one that appeals to the human nose. Just make sure to air out the area it is used in, if used inside.

The second thing to keep in mind is the amount of time it will take to train your dog. It may not work the first time, and that’s okay! Your dog will soon learn what that smell means (aka, go to the bathroom here).

Now that your dog has finally done his duty, it’s time to pick up the doo. Don’t worry, you can avoid those tiny plastic bags by trying one of these genius ways to clean up your dog poop. Oh and, don’t forget the dog poop trash can.

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