“Use a pee pad,” the breeder said. “Puppies take to pee pads quickly,” your vet said. And while everyone you know swears by the pads, what most forget to tell you is that sometimes puppies will chew on, shred and proudly drag the used pad around the room. That leaves you with a trail of urine and shredded pad to clean up. That’s no fun. The good news is, you can stop the chewing and shredding and get your puppy back on track with just a few training tips.
Topics: pee pad training, dog pad training, puppy pad training, Puppy Behavior
Older dogs are like older people - it’s sometimes difficult to get to the bathroom in time. However, incontinence in older dogs can be a sign of an underlying medical issue or disease.
Topics: dog pad training, Puppy Behavior, senior dogs, older dogs
The directions on your dog’s potty training pads may be simple and effective, yet some dogs require a little more attention to training on a pad. Making sure you master some of the basics from the very beginning, and knowing which longer term mistakes to avoid, will help you and your four legged friend head down a more successful path to potty or pad training.
Topics: Puppy Pee Pads, dog pad training, puppy pad training
The Philosophy Behind Pads and Paper
The whole idea behind using either a dog pee pad or a layer of newspapers is to train your puppy to potty in a designated area that is also protected by some sort of disposable pad—either newsprint or a puppy pee pad. Puppies will relieve themselves in the same spot whether there is protection there are or not, simply because the urine odor remains. The pad or paper is just for the owner’s convenience and ease. That said, which is better for both the dog and the owner?
Topics: dog pad training
The chances are that if you’re reading this post, you’re trying to decide whether dog pee pads will be a good potty solution for your dog, new puppy pal and/or your lifestyle. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at what dog pads are, how they work and who they work best for. Hopefully, this will help you to figure out if pee pads can not only work for you, but make your life easier while keeping your 4-legged friend clean and comfortable.
Topics: dog pee pads, Adult Dog Pads, dog pad training, dog pee pad
Potty pads have been around for quite some time, but did you know that finally, they are tough enough for the job they’re designed for? If you’re one of the many dog owners that have tried to use dog pads before but found that they didn’t work for you and your beloved pooch, this article might give you the solution to enable you to utilize potty pads to keep your house clean, and your dog comfortable.
Topics: dog pee pads, Puppy Pee Pads, dog pad training, dog pee pad