Dog pee pads for potty training
Puppy pads (also called ‘dog pee pads’) are one of the best tools when potty training your new puppy. They can help you direct where your puppy goes to take care of his business in the house. They are much easier to clean up than simple newspapers and most of the pads contain odors that attract the pup, plus elements that manage the waste odors.
To use puppy pads, chose a place to put a pee pad in your house at a safe distance away from the puppy’s food or sleeping area. If your puppy has already eliminated inside the house, you could start using the spot he has used that time. Then when he is done eating and needs to eliminate, take him to the pad and wait for him until he has finished his business. Praise him enthusiastically once he has successfully completed his ‘mission’.
If you are trying to get your puppy to eliminate outdoors, wait until he is consistently using the pad, then gradually move it closer to the door until you can take him outside and help him learn that this is where he should go. One important detail: never punish your dog for going in the wrong place. Always bear in mind that he is in a learning phase, just like toddlers have to learn to go potty in their early days.
Praise him instead each time he is doing it correctly and be more alert when he has an accident inside the house so you can help out quicker.
All-Absorb Dog Training Pads
Dog pee pads are available in many different types and are offered by different manufacturers. One brand which is available is the one from All-Absorb. Their All-Absorb Dog Training Pads are very popular and get good reviews from most users.
Waste pad trays
A dog potty training pad holder is a useful item which measures 19.33″L x 16.53″W x 1.18″H and has a raised lipped to catch any liquid that might leak through the pad.
Getting both the dog pee pads and the tray is most likely the best way to work with your puppy in your house. Having a good solution on how to teach your pup to properly eliminate without being frustrated by household concerns will ultimately help you with being patient with your puppy until he know what and when to do it.