Friday, November 28, 2008

Puppy Training Pads

Puppy training pads are great for young pups, older dogs that have urinary incontinence or for dogs that live in high rise apartment buildings. Pads come in packages of 7 - 14 -50 counts.
To order click on the picture. They are also great to place by the door to wipe muddy paws on.

A Puppy Training pad is an easy way to help with housebreaking your puppy. For the first few weeks after getting a new puppy, you may want to confine him to an area with an easy-to-clean floor such as a kitchen or laundry room when you are not able to watch him. Place the pad on the floor a encourage your pup to pee on the pad. In time, you will be able to move the pad closer to the outside door and then outside.
Great housebreaking tips for your puppy: Crate or confine your pup Get him on a going outside schedule. Pick up his food and water after 20 minutes from feeding time Walk him often Don't punish him for mistakes. If you are having persistent housebreaking behavioral problems, you should seek some professional help. Your veterinarian can check if there is physical reason your pet is have problems.
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