Training pads are ideal for puppies and dogs that stay indoors for long periods of time. What you should do, unfold the training pad and place it in a confined area.It is important to place your puppy or dog on the training pad several times a day in order to get him used it. On the average, a puppy must relieve himself every few hours, based on his age (a 2 month old puppy every 2 hours, a 3 month old every hours etc.). If your pet relieves himself somewhere other than the designated spot where the pad is placed, bring him back to the correct spot immediately. Keep in mind that your pet will have to relive himself shortly after a meal and will need to eliminate more frequently during the summer when his water intake is higher. The minute your dog begins to relieve himself on the pad, be sure to use cures like “go putty”. You should use this cue every time that your dog relives himself on the pad so that he associates the phrase with the action of elimination. Every time that your pet used the pad successfully, make sure that you give him a treat and lots of praise. Treating helps your dog to understand that he is doing what you want him to do. Always remember to dispose of soiled pads and replace them as needed. When your pet begins to relieve himself on the pads, on a consistent basis, it is time to begin moving the pad closer to the door. Keep moving the pads closer to the door until they are actually outside. At this time, the training process will be complete.
Ideal for all breed Puppies & Miniature Dogs
Ultra absorbent puppy training pee pads – perfect for pets who live in apartments or animals that are home alone,
Super-absorbent core that turns liquid to gel upon contact
Leak proof with plastic lining to prevent damage to floors & Quick-dry surface with built-in attractant
Great for training puppies, assisting aging dogs, or as an alternative to the outdoors for indoor dogs