Abstract: A ridable toilet training device teaches young children to use a toilet. The device includes a frame having a top wall, a bottom wall, a front wall, a rear wall and a pair of lateral walls. Each of the front and rear walls and the pair of lateral walls is attached to and extends between the top and bottom walls. An interior of the frame defines a receptacle. A plurality of wheels is rotatably coupled to the bottom wall. The plurality of wheels includes a front wheel assembly positioned near the front wall and a rear wheel assembly positioned near the rear wall. A hole is positioned in the top wall and extends around the receptacle. A bowl is positionable in the receptacle. The bowl has a lower wall and a perimeter wall coupled to and extending upwardly from the lower wall wherein the bowl receives waste products therein.
Abstract: A urinal provided for the convenience and training of juvenile boys in accordance with this invention requires no plumbing, and comprises a support means having front and rear surfaces. The rear surface is adapted for attachment to a vertical surface, and the front surface has a receptacle-receiving lower portion. A dish shaped urine-receiving receptacle is utilized, with its lower portion having a configuration closely complementary to the lower portion of the support means. The receptacle has a full height rear wall and a front wall of abbreviated height, with the upper portions of the wall portions terminating in a generally oval front opening. The receptacle is insertable at an angle to the vertical into the lower portion of the support means, and likewise is able to be withdrawn for emptying by lifting upwardly at substantially the same angle to the vertical.