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What are pee pads for dogs? Also known as potty pads, piddle pads, wee-wee pads or training pads, dog pee pads are simply square or rectangular layers of absorbent material meant to soak up a dog’s excretions.
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People pee in toilets, dogs pee outside, I'm sure that's how God intended it; if I could locate a Bible, I'm sure I could find the verse: Thou shalt not suffer a dog to pee in your house. Essentially, if you buy pee pads and put them down on your floor, you are saying to your dog that you want them to pee in your house. No matter how well intentioned you are to potty training, if you bring pee pads in your house you are doing the wrong thing. The one and only exception is for sick and elderly dogs that literally can't get up to go out. They probably won't use them anyway, but I'm mostly talking about puppies. The Drymate Potty Training Mat provides a soft, comfortable area for potty training young pups or for older, incontinent dogs
Photo provided by FlickrAutomatic, Self-Cleaning Potty System For Puppies and Small Dogs. The world's first self-cleaning indoor dog potty. Ultra absorbent, eco-friendly pads refresh automatically to seal waste and lock away odor. BrilliantPad™ is hands-free for weeks at a time, then replacing pad roll is fast, easy and clean.
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Training a puppy or mature dog on artificial synthetic grass is very difficult because it is essentially like peeing on any other flat artificial surface in the house. If you can eventually get you dog to pee on an artificial grass system that uses fake dog potty grass for dogs you are very lucky, but that is only the start of your problems. Once they start peeing on synthetic grass they are prone to pee on other similar things like bath mats, door mats, rugs, blankets, etc. Natural dog potty grass is the grass dogs are used to using when they go for walks, and this makes your job of training them much easier. A fake grass system is the most difficult grass dog potty system to use.The small indoor dog potty is perfect for small dogs and fits well on any patio or balcony without taking up too much room. Our small indoor dog potty is strong, durable, and made to last. This litter box is approximately 5 sq. ft. of naturally absorbent real grass for your small dog! FREE USE OF DOG POTTY BOX INCLUDEDThe manufacturer states that one potty is usable for dogs up to 25 pounds; to accommodate larger dogs, arrange several boxes together, depending on the size of your dog. You will know how much space your dog needs by trying one out. In my opinion, one DoggieLawn, at approximately 25" x 21", is not large enough for a 25 pound dog, especially a male dog. But again, try it out.I’ve wondered if dogs use dog potty mats and how effective they would be. It seems that they would have a lot of convenience if they were used by my pets. I see that in your review that the patch you reviewed is too small but for the convenience I think I’ll give a larger potty mat a try. Thanks for the informative dog mat review.Our large indoor dog potty is designed especially for large dogs and their need for more space. This dog potty is the perfect size for even the largest dogs. This box is approximately 10 sq. ft. of naturally absorbent real dog potty grass for your large dog’s needs.FREE USE OF DOG POTTY BOX INCLUDED Create an indoor doggy area. There are certain circumstances where it’s easier to train a dog to go indoors — for example, in dangerously bad weather, like we’ve seen in some places this winter. For dogs who simply hate the snow or being cold or for pet owners who are at risk for a serious fall, it may be safer and more convenient to train the dog to use a mat, or grass-covered pet area in the home. Willy was originally litterbox-trained in addition to his outdoor training; this sped up the potty-training process and reduced the number of indoor accidents. Be aware, though, that training a pet to potty in an indoor area can make the transition to pottying outside more challenging.