Alpha Paw – Thicker Pee Pads for Dogs – Puppy Training – Peel & Stick Backing – Activated Charcoal for Odor – Thicker for Absorption
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Great for Training
Built-in attractant continuously draws dogs to the pad to make dog potty training easier and reduce the risk of accidents.
Designed with a quilted top mesh and 5 wet-lock layers to prevent messy tracking. Dry-lock polymer core turns liquid into gel to protect your floor or carpet from damages, making home clean up far easier.
Made with 5 strong layers to ensure leakproof protection from dog and puppy stains. Each pee pad absorbs 6 cups of liquid for easy clean-up
Charcoal adsorbs odors
Charcoal’s chemical makeup makes it extremely porous. The higher level of porosity enables it to better absorb odor-causing molecules in the air.
Introduce Your Puppy to the Potty Pads
Allow your puppy to see and sniff the potty pads you chose. This will help it get used to the new item so it isn’t scared of it at potty time. Let your puppy walk on the pad while you repeat a consistent command that you plan to say at potty time, such as “go potty.”
Anticipate When Your Puppy Will Potty
While potty training your puppy, you’ll need to keep them close by so that you can anticipate when they are about to go potty. There are a few key times and behaviors to watch for that will help you anticipate your puppy having to urinate or defecate:
Puppies usually potty after sleeping, eating, drinking, and after playing. After your puppy does one of these things, you’ll want to pick it up about 15 minutes later and place it onto the potty pad in anticipation of it having to urinate or defecate.
If your puppy starts sniffing around on the ground instead of playing or chewing on a toy, this is a good indication that it needs to go potty. You’ll want to pick it up and place it on the potty pad if it starts doing this.
Your puppy may have to go potty every two to three hours. Get in the habit of taking your puppy to the potty pad every few hours.
Reward Your Puppy
Praise and treats work wonders with puppies. If your puppy goes potty on its potty pad, make sure you immediately praise it. This can be verbal in an excited tone of voice, by petting your puppy, or by giving it a special, soft treat reserved only for potty time.
Keep your puppy on a regular schedule. This will make it easier for you to anticipate when your puppy may need to potty.
Say the same command phrase each time.
Keep the potty pad in the same place until your puppy starts going to the potty pad by itself. Once your puppy knows what to do on the potty pad, you can slowly move it closer to the door or outside where you want your puppy to eventually use the bathroom without the use of the potty pad.
Training Mistakes to Avoid
Do not encourage your puppy to pull or chew on the potty pad, eat food on it, or play on it. This may confuse your puppy as to what the purpose of the potty pad is.
Do not move the potty pad around until your puppy knows what it is for and is going potty on it consistently.
Be sure to find and use a treat that your puppy is really excited about getting. This will help with the training process.
Put an End to Wetting
End wetting on carpets and floors. Consistency is key. Give your puppy a safe and consistent place to pee. Just like a toddler learning to stop diapers, a safe spot and a set schedule assists with training and holding.
The 5-layer design makes the dog potty pads much more absorbent. No more excess liquid on the floor, making for easy and mess-free cleanup.
Help With Incontinence
Pee pads are not just for puppies. As dogs age, it is harder to hold their pee for lengthy periods of time. These pads help prevent messes caused by older dogs.
Who is this product for?
Any age any size
Great for potty training puppies or preventing messes from aging furry best friends. With two sizes to choose from, Regular and X-Large, these pads will work for your small pupper or large dog.
After a vet visit
When your dog has to stay inside, these pads are a great alternative. If they’re not feeling well or after a vet’s visit, ensure that your dog doesn’t get dirty or become exposed to dust and other things found outside. These pads are the answer!
Old & less mobile Dogs
Like people, as our dogs age, it can be harder to move around and get outside to go. Prevent the liquid mess with these pads. Not only will cleanup be easier, but it will prevent them getting soiled from the indoor mess, as well.
When you’re away for long hours
Sometimes you can’t make it home when you plan to, no matter how hard you try. Don’t leave your dog in pain, agony and discomfort. Give them a safe spot to go if they can’t go outside, and save yourself the soppy clean up later.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
Package Dimensions : 12.91 x 12.68 x 6.65 inches; 4.45 Pounds
Date First Available : December 30, 2016
Manufacturer : Top Dog Pet and Home Care
ASIN : B01MY4CS20
ODOR-REDUCING CARBON: Keep your home fresh if you are not present to change the pad after each use. A layer of activated charcoal in the pad locks in unpleasant odors.
PEEL & STICK CORNERS: Fact. Puppies can make a mess! Keep the wee wee pad in place with peel off stickies on each corner. Perfect for a puppy playpen or crate.
PUPPY ATTRACTION: Added pheromones tell your dog this is the spot to go! Makes puppy potty training easier and reduces accidents.
ALL DOGS ALL AGES: Sizing of 30″ x 26″, is perfect for larger breeds of all ages, from puppies to seniors. Use in a dog playpen, crate, or pee pad tray.