Here's how the Kennel Kit works where the urine meets the concrete! (unsolicited email from recent customer... see at right)

The little dog at bottom of stairs is "using" the concrete.

 

This picture is taken from the steps looking the other way...you can see the flow of urine running towards the top of the picture... What that shows is that a little urine from a little dog doesn't soak into the concrete...instead that little bit of urine makes it 15 feet to the drain.

 

 

 

 

Grant,

Thanks for the extra effort to be sure we got the product on time. We finally finished the dog area this week.

We are VERY happy with the product results !!

It washed down to the drain, and nothing absorbs into the concrete.

Just as shown on your web site.

It's a 15 ft by 6 ft area, single pour of concrete (brown), with 3 saw cuts filled with siliconized acrylic caulk. The slope is only 1/2 inch per 4 ft.

Not enough to notice when walking on it, but with your product applied, it's plenty to let the water flow.

Here's a couple of pictures: When the dog pees at one end it runs 15 ft to the drain.

Funny!

Thanks again, Glenn Chesnut

 

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