“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.
Do you remember potty training your puppy? Oh boy, what fun! Endless hours were spent telling little poochy to ‘Go Potty,' while you hung around on grassy street corners and in dog parks.
What is Puppy Pad Training?
To all the new puppy owners out there, welcome, and congratulations on your newest member of the family! The time has now come to look into potty training puppy, and you’re probably wondering; with all of the different options out there, how to potty train a puppy in an apartment.
Pee Pads for Boy Dogs?
It’s a modern world and one that some of the older generation have a hard time getting their heads around. The internet, GPS, 24-hour shopping, the list goes on and on. And now you can add to it - pee pads for boy dogs. This fairly modern invention is the ultimate luxury for modern day pet owners… Snow day? Mobility issues for you or your pet? Timid little pup? Injury?
Can you teach an old dog new tricks?
As your dog gets older you see the tell tale signs of aging; he'll start to walk a little slower and might even forget his house training too!