Undergrads Clean Up With an 'Indoor Outhouse' Business for Pets A pair of college students dream up a product that gives pets some relief.
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For Dylan Balsz and Tilden Smith, launching a successful pet business while undergrads at Chapman University in Orange, Calif., was a walk in the park … without the walk or, well, the park.
The co-CEOs of International Pet Solutions are thriving with a product called PetLawn, billed as an "indoor outhouse for pets." It's exactly that: a 20-by-30-inch patch of antimicrobial, odor-fighting artificial grass, lined with absorbent pads and equipped with waste bags--all so your dog can do his business without leaving the house.