It’s like a Diaper Genie but for dog pee pads instead!
Have a male dog who has trouble hitting the pee pad laying flat on the floor? Try giving him a "target" by wrapping one around a traffic cone.
I have two Chihuahuas. My dogs use indoor grass. They also go for walks every single day. They do not step and track their pee everywhere because the grass is designed for the pee to flow right through to the tray/litter below. They did track pee when using puppy pads.
What went wrong ? Both dogs are trained to pee on the fake grass pee pad. They were doing well and suddently they went off it. They will pee on the toilet floor which is acceptable for us but would much prefer on the pad.
The Dog Trainer : Should You Use Pee Pads with Your Dog
Puppy Training Pads | Dog Pee Pads | Petco
Although most dogs are trained to , it sometimes makes sense to teach your dog to have an indoor potty area (newspapers, pee pee pads, litter box or turf box). This method is most commonly used by people with very small dogs, people who are unable to get outside easily due to health issues or living in a high-rise, and people who work such long hours that their dog can’t reasonably be expected to hold it and wait to go outside.All dogs can be trained to use a pee pad, but ideally if a dog CAN go outside, they should. It’s good to get fresh air. However, we know realistically that some dogs will have to pee pad train. For smaller dogs, dogs in very cold climates or high-rise apartments, and dogs with limited mobility or owners with limited mobility, pee pad training is essential.Before you start training, decide where you want your puppy’s potty area to be. If at all possible, set up your dog’s papers, pee pads, turf tray or litter box where you want them to be long-term. Although not impossible, training him to use a new indoor area – and to stop going in the original area he was trained to use – is tricky, so avoid having to change the location of his papers, litter box, or training pads if at all possible. Putting your dog’s potty area in a room with linoleum, tile or other hard flooring is better than putting it on carpet, since there may be occasional overflow or misses. In the early phases of training, if your dog’s potty area has to be in a carpeted area, you may want to buy a linoleum remnant or waterproof plastic tarp to put under his papers or litter box, to prevent any overflow from getting to the carpet. The Claim The say that they fix all of these problems inherent with ordinary pee pads. they say their pads contain a pheromone that will get your dog to understand that the center of the pad is the best place to go. This makes it so the pee goes right in the center of the pad, giving it more surface area to soak it all up. They also say that it is made out of a very absorbetnt material, so you won’t end up having to clean up after it, it will trap it all for easy clean up.