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Puppy Training Pads
Here at OnBuy, we're all about making toilet training a fuss-free, manageable task for both you and your beloved pup. You'll find dog training pads and dog floor protection mats that'll keep your floors sparkly clean and train them to relieve themselves like well-behaved canines!
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About Puppy Training Pads
No matter if you're teaching your pup to toilet like a grown-up pooch or need to housetrain your older canine, OnBuy's range of dog training mats has options for every age, breed and size. Find durable options that stand the test of time and disposable dog pee pads for the ultimate convenience!
For tiny pups, choose from a whole array of puppy pads that'll make the process easier and less stressful for you both. We even have clever picks that mimic outdoor ground to help speed up their toilet training!
Not forgetting adult pooches, our selection of pee pads for dogs are great for getting them accustomed to new toilet habits; soon they'll be professionals just like their canine friends! And if you're worried about accidents, make sure to stock up stain remover for your home - easy-peasy.
Frequently asked questions about puppy training pads
Are puppy training pads a good idea?
Puppy training pads can be quite convenient, especially during the early days when the bladder is still developing. They are also easy to replace and offer lots of flexibility during potty training.
Should I put a training pad in my puppy's crate?
As tempting as it may be, you shouldn't put a training pad in your puppy's crate, as it can encourage bad habits. If your puppy gets used to going to the toilet in its crate, it may associate the environment with relieving itself. This means that, even when you remove the training pad, your puppy is still likely to urinate in the crate, rather than outside.
How do you train a puppy to pee on a pad?
It's essential to associate the training pads with peeing, and a simple command like "potty" should be used. To encourage use, take your puppy to the training pad whenever you suspect they need the toilet. As a general rule of thumb, every one to two hours should be a good time frame. If your puppy doesn't need to go when you bring them to the pad, take them back to their crate for approximately 10-15 minutes and then try immediately again. The pads should be placed in specific areas of your house or pen to allow the puppy to become used to them.
Where should I place dog training pads?
Dog training pads should be placed in an area of the home where they won’t bother anyone else, for example, the corner of a room or hallway. They can also be placed inside a playpen in the case of puppies.
Are dog training pads effective?
Yes, provided you train your puppy to use them. They can prevent pee or faeces from reaching the floor and leaving stains that are notoriously hard to clean. Another advantage stems from the fact that you can throw soiled ones away without any hassle.