Training Pads can be a useful aid for training, especially at the stage in your puppy’s life when they need to go frequently
Maintenance and cleanup are as simple as tossing the previous pad and laying down another. Versatility is a plus as well:
you can use pads part- or full-time to fit your pup’s needs and your lifestyle Simple Solution Puppy Training Pads 30
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Potty training success can save you time, money, and energy. Not only is it likely that your puppy will be more comfortable when he’s done his business outside, but he’ll also be healthier for it after successful potty training.
Additionally, potty-trained dogs tend to have fewer health problems such as urinary tract infections and
constipation than those who aren’t trained properly. Potty training success is also good for you as puppy
parents and for your dog’s mental health. It gives them something to do with you to bond together,
and it sets up a routine that makes life easier for both of you.
When Should I Start Potty Training A Puppy?
You should start your puppy’s potty training as soon as you get young puppies. The earlier your puppy starts,
the quicker your puppy will be trained. Puppies can be potty-trained from 12 to 16 weeks old,
but a young puppy learns faster than adult dogs, and most young puppies are ready for full housebreaking by eight weeks of age.
If you’ve adopted an older dog, don’t worry, it’s still possible to train them.
Although your dog’s potty training may take some time and effort, with consistency and patience, an older dog can become fully potty-trained just like a puppy can be.
- 30 Count Pads, 23″ x 24″
100% more absorbent than economy pads
Accelerates training time by encouraging instinctive elimination
Guards against odors by inhibiting the growth of microorganisms
Absorbent core draws in wetness to prevent messy tracking
Five-layer construction traps more urine for repeat use or for larger-breed pets