Tuesday, November 28, 2023


No backyard? No problem! DoggieLawn is the perfect no-mow solution for RVers

If your pup, Fido or Fifi, is missing the backyard of their sticks-and-bricks home, bring it to them! DoggieLawn is an eco-friendly, real (yup, real) patch of grass that comes with you in the RV. If Fido hates going to the bathroom when you’re down in the Arizona desert, and Fifi doesn’t like going on the sands in Florida, DoggieLawn comes into play!

The DoggieLawn, size XL, on my balcony

This real patch of grass (roots, dirt and all) sits inside a plastic, waterproof shell. You can keep it outside at the campsite, or even inside your RV to replace wee-wee pads. DoggieLawn provides you with a small bottle of a pheromone spray, which you spray on the grass when it first arrives, so your pups know that that’s their place to “go.”

The patch of grass lasts for weeks, and since it’s real grass, it neutralizes odors. When Fifi goes #2, just pick it up with a bag like you would outside and drop it in the dumpster.

My dog, Astor, who, at first, enjoyed using DoggieLawn as a nice bed… She eventually got the hang of it!

DoggieLawn costs between $30-$40 a shipment and ships for free anywhere in the continental U.S. And, when you purchase, you get two free months of telehealth from AskVet, which can be handy for RVing pups who are away from their home vets!

You can order it in a few sizes on Amazon, or you can visit the DoggieLawn website to learn more.

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodburyhttps://www.rvtravel.com
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at RVtravel.com. She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for RVtravel.com she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Spike (@guest_205785)
1 year ago

I guess other people’s dogs never poop anything but what is easy to pick up with no trace. We travel with three dogs, but they’ll just have to continue to do their thing on whatever natural surface is available. I’ll bag it from there. Last thing I’m doing is carrying around a piece of filth like that in my RV!

Clint (@guest_174162)
1 year ago

If I buy the grass I will have to figure out how to bring my riding lawnmower along on our RV trips.

Ken (@guest_174119)
1 year ago

Looks like friz does not have a dog.

friz (@guest_174034)
1 year ago

Pretty close to the stupidest thing I have seen.

bob (@guest_205769)
1 year ago
Reply to  friz

I agree. Who would want to haul around a tray full of pee and crap. Let an animal use the same spot over and over. Nothing will neutralize that.

Last edited 1 year ago by bob
David Hoffman (@guest_131172)
2 years ago

This might be something I will have to try. My pup is always upset when she can’t find any real grass when its time to go. She will spot a bit of green a 100 yards away and make a beeline right to it. None of that plastic stuff will do.

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