Of all the aspects of dog ownership, house-training is the most prominent and the most important. From the first day a dog comes into his new home, there is a sense of urgency that pushes us to house-train him as quickly and thoroughly as possible. But, just like any other kind of training, house-training requires patience, persistence, and an understanding of your dog's instinctive habits. Once your dog is properly trained, he'll be calmer and happier with his daily routine—and you will, too!
I purchased one of your Bob-A-Lots. Don't ever take it off the market. It is wonderful. Especially for those dogs that inhale their food and there is no other way to slow their eating. They get more bang for the buck if they have to work for their meal. Far more satisfying and better for their stomach.