Doggie Dooley Underground Pet Waste Digesters
Doggie Dooley Underground Pet Waste Digesters install in the ground to provide quick easy cleanup for any lawn!
Choose the correct Doggie Dooley for your needs!
These units do not work as effectively in soils with heavy clay content. To check for proper drainage, add 5 gallons of water after digging the hole. If the water drains completely in 48 hours, the unit should work properly.
The manufacturer recommends using Dooley Waste Terminator (digester powder) with all units, especially if dogs are fed a highly digestible food such as Iams, Science Diet, or Eukanuba, or other premium foods.
Too much chlorine in your water can stop or slow digestive action. Leaving a pail of water in the sun will evaporate the chlorine. This could take from 1-2 hours, or up to an entire day if the chlorine level is very high.
Digestive action will start at 40° F and increases as the temperature rises. When temperatures drop below 40° you will want to discontinue use of the unit. When it warms up again, simply re-start the unit as in the beginning (adding water, stool, and digester powder).
Select a site for these units away from your house, tree roots, the path of you lawn mower, and an area of your yard where there is never standing water. Try to locate an area with minimum clay content and check for proper drainage first.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Which In-Ground Waste Disposal System is right for me?
A. There are many factors to consider when deciding on an In-Ground Waste Disposal System. The size and quantity of your dog(s) and the size hole that you want to dig are the main factors.
Q. What type of stool digester should I use with my Doggie Dooley System?
A. The Doggie Dooley System comes with the Dooley Waste Terminator which will work fine even if you feed your dog a highly digestible food such as Iams, Science Diet, Eukanuba or other premium food.
Q. What climate can I use a Doggie Dooley System in?
A. The digester in the Dooley Systems starts working at 40° F and increases in effectiveness as the temperature increases. It will not work when the temperature is lower than 40° F. If the temperature is below 40° F, use hot water to activate the digester.
Q. What type of soil is best for a Doggie Dooley System?
A. The best soil is a soil that has good drainage with little to no clay and /or gravel.
Q. My soil has a lot of clay, can I dig the hole deeper than it needs to be and add gravel to it?
A. Digging a deeper hole and adding gravel will not help. Once the area with the gravel is full of digester and digested stool, then it will back up onto your yard.