- Dog Nappies & Belly Bands
Dog Nappies & Belly Bands
Whether you're housetraining your baby pup or your elderly pooch has started having accidents, OnBuy's range of dog nappies and dog belly bands is here to help! Find options for every breed, size and age to keep them comfortable and your house clean of mess.
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Looking to buy Dog Nappies & Belly Bands?
Doggie accidents are bound to happen in the home from time to time but if you're particularly worried about mess on your carpet, opt for a nifty dog belly band or set of nappies for dogs from OnBuy's oh-so-handy collection. With quick-drying, absorbent picks that are easy to wash, they'll provide protection from mishaps and stains in the most convenient way.
Our range of doggie nappies and belly bands for dogs are made from soft, comfortable materials that allow their delicate skin to breathe easily, making it more pleasant for them to wear - and with fur-friendly fasteners, they'll be no yelps when it comes to changing time!
With plenty more toileting supplies in our litter and housetraining category, you'll be able to find the perfect doggie loo option for your lovable companion. You're welcome!
Dog nappies FAQs
Is putting nappies on dogs cruel?
Far from it - in fact, dog nappies can be quite useful when your dog is affected by incontinence issues. However, it's important to replace them in a timely manner to prevent the appearance of irritations and other unpleasant problems.
How often should I change my dog's nappy?This can depend on your dog’s breed, but it is usually recommended to change the nappies at least once per day. You may need to change them more often if the dog is affected by incontinence issues.
Can dogs poop in dog nappies?
Some may avoid doing it, but dogs affected by faecal incontinence will poop in them. In this case, it is recommended to use disposable nappies as well as washable nappies to provide an additional layer of protection.
Are dog nappies useful?
Yes, dog nappies can prove very useful, especially if you have a senior dog or a dog in heat. Disposable nappies are preferred by many dog owners, but washable ones are also quite popular.
How do you get dog nappies to stay on?
You can get your dog used to nappies by using positive reinforcement in the form of treats. It's also important to pick the right size for your canine. Canine suspenders can also be really helpful in this case, as they will ensure that the nappies stay in a good position.