Brilliant Pad Review (Brilliant Pet 2 LLC)

Brilliant Pad
What It Is
The Brilliant Pad self-cleaning dog pad is a self-contained indoor waste station for small dogs who are used to using housebreaking pads.  The Brilliant Pad was featured on the ABC show Shark Tank.  After using the Brilliant pad to evacuate both liquid or solid waste simply press a button and your soiled pad will be rolled into a sealed compartment and you are left with a fresh pad.  Odors and wetness are contained by the sealed compartment and within the soiled roll.  When the red indicator light illuminates it is time to throw away the used roll, caps, spindle and all.  The caps and spindles are bio-degradable.  The rolled pad contains an amount similar to using 27 large pads.  The Brilliant Pad rolls use less material then the average house-breaking pad which means it takes up less space at recycling centers.  The Brilliant Pad can be programmed to change automatically 3 times per day or you can change the pad manually by pressing a button. 
Why Is It Useful?
The Brilliant Pad is useful for dogs that are already using waste pads and used to doing their business indoors.  This is useful for pet parents with mobility issues, dogs with mobility issues, and pet parents with work uncertain work schedules.
Who It’s For
We think the Brilliant Pad would be excellent for pet parents with mobility issues, older pet parents, and pet parents that live in high-rise buildings.  We think dogs with small bladders or bladder issues would benefit from using the Brilliant Pad.  This is also a good option for dogs and pet parents that do not like to go outside during inclement weather.  It is suggested that the Brilliant Pad be used by dogs already used to using waste pads.  The Brilliant Pad is for small dogs only.  
What To Be Aware Of
You can only use Brilliant Pad padding rolls which can be purchased separately.  The Brilliant Pad uses ac power.  Only one roll comes with the Brilliant Pad.  The spindle and end caps are biodegradable. 
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