Dog Waste Sewer Line Funnel Attachment
I was looking for dog poo management. When I saw the Doggie Doo Drain Dog Waste Sewer Line Attachment, I clicked Buy Now. It is simple and ingenious. It is just a funnel so that you can put the dog poo directly into the sewer line using the sewer clean-out.
Doggie Doo Drain Dog Waste Sewer Line Attachment
- Locate your sewer/septic clean out
- Screw in Doggie Doo Drain to sewer/septic clean-out and remove Doggie Doo Drain plug
- Place waste in Doggie Doo Drain cylinder and rinse down with hose, replace Doggie Doo Drain plug
The Doggie Doo Drain easily attaches to your sewer/septic clean-out where the dog waste is deposited directly into the sewer where waste belongs. The Doggie Doo Drain requires no assembly and it installs in minutes! Accepts 3 and 4 inch sizes Sewer/Septic Clean-out.
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This is what’s in the box. The funnel has threads to fit on the two standard sizes of sewer PVC pipe.
My only actual concern was that it might be tricky to put dog poo down. It is wide enough.
The threads on the “cork” are wide enough apart so that it will only take three twists to get it off. It will also be pretty difficult to accidentally cross-thread.
It was easy to twist the lid off the sewer clean-out.
This is a photo of the sewer line as they were putting it in.
Cliff screwed the funnel on. No trouble at all.
That’s it. You can look down and see the sewer line.
Cliff went to the dog’s yard and scooped up some poo to try it out.
It was easy to pour down the hole.
Then he sprayed some water to make sure it went down.
He says it would be a good idea to schedule picking up Geordie’s yard while the dishwasher or washer is running, so it can make sure everything flushes down.
So that is all there is to it. Here is the funnel, after proof-of-effectiveness.
And here is what it looks like in front of the house. Once the bushes grow in, it will look a lot better there. It is behind a camellia that will have leaves year round. The ones on either side are two of the native azaleas we planted. They are established, but still really small. Give them time. (The flamingos were a housewarming gift.)
You really don’t notice it at all from the road. I can’t wait till the native azalea grows up. They bloomed enough this spring so I got to find out the fragrance.