M-Pets Puppy Training Pads

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PUPPY TRAINING PADS

Puppy pads encourage puppies to urinate on the pads and are the perfect size for training your puppy or for dogs with special...

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Puppy pads encourage puppies to urinate on the pads and are the perfect size for training your puppy or for dogs with special needs. Pads are super absorbent. This ensures that your floors, couches and carpets are not ruined by urinary stains. The pads absorb the urination and can be discarded immediately, ensuring no smell is left behind.Learn More

Specifications:

  • Colour: White
  • Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm

Benefits of M-Pets Training Pads

Getting a puppy is one of the greatest joys. They offer so much love and excitement. If you have had a puppy before, you know how the potty training process goes and if this is your first time getting a puppy,  well, let's just say that you will benefit from these puppy training pads.

These training pads will help make potty training a little bit easier. You can place them in one designated room for your puppy or you could place them around the house.

These Puppy Pads are also ideal if you have a dog that has special needs or is ageing.

  • Quick-drying surface to prevent tracking
  • The super-absorbent core holds up to 3 cups of liquid
  • The built-in bamboo charcoal absorbs the scent of the puppy's urination  
  • Polymer tech turns urine into gel to prevent spills
  • Waterproof PE (Polyethylene) film adds a final barrier to protect floors

About M-Pets:

M-PETS is a company specialising in the distribution of innovative and exclusive products for pets. Their team is dedicated to meeting their partners’ highest expectations in terms of product choice and service. 

Tips for potty training your puppy:

  1. Put your dog on a schedule and stick to it - This is a key factor to training your puppy. If you have a routine and you stick to it, you can speed up the potty training period.

  2. Puppies need to go out often and it is important that they are taken outside after waking up, during playtime, as well as right before eating or drinking anything. It's not enough for puppies only to be taken outside when you're home – this can cause accidents in your house.

  3. Pick a bathroom spot outside and always take your puppy to that spot. When your puppy relieves themselves, use a specific phrase or word you can eventually use before they go to remind them what to do. Give them more time outside for relief only after they have done their business.

  4. Reward with positive reinforcement every time your puppy eliminates outdoors. Praise or give treats—but remember to do so immediately after they’ve finished, not after they come back inside. This step is vital because rewarding your dog for going outdoors is the only way to teach what's expected of them. Before rewarding, be sure they’re finished. Puppies are easily distracted and if you praise too soon, they may forget to finish until they’re back in the house.

  5. Do not talk and play with your puppy while you wait for your puppy to do their business.

  6. Do not overcrowd your puppy while outside and waiting, it will be distracting for your puppy.

  7. While you are going to be going through the potty training stage with our puppy, these training pads are ideal for the process. There are going to be accidents and that is why these pads are going to really come in handy. While you start training your puppy and making use of these pads, reward your puppy when they make use of the training pads (the same reward as you give them when they relieve themselves outside).

  8. If your puppy messes inside the house (off the training pads) say in a stern voice "No"! the accident has already been done, so punishing your puppy will not do any good. Encourage outside potting training and you could make use of the training pads for nighttime bathroom breaks.

FAQ about training pads:

  • How do you train a puppy to pee on a pad?

Take your puppy to the potty pad anytime they haven't been for an hour or two. Bring your puppy to the potty pad whenever you suspect it's time. But if he doesn't go, don't let him run around and play. Instead, put him back in his crate for 10-15 minutes, then immediately try again.

  • Are puppy training pads a good idea?

One of the primary advantages of puppy pads is convenience. They 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.

  • How do puppy training pads work?

For those who are wondering, “what are dog pee pads?”, dog pee pads are moisture-absorbing pads that are used to help train your young puppy or dog. Similar to a baby's diapers, they: Absorb urine into sponge-like layers of the pee pads for dogs.

  • Should I use puppy pads at night?

Puppy pads are a must during the night time since you're going to be asleep. A puppy's bladder isn't going to control itself, which means it may need a spot to relieve itself indoors. Setting up a simple pee pad is one of the best ways to manage a situation like this.

  • How long should puppies use training pads?

How long should you use puppy pads? Up to a maximum of 12 hours at 12 months of age. Not that you always want to wait 12 hours… The point is that they should be able to hold it for that duration if absolutely needed.

  • Is the training pad size important?

Many small and medium-sized breeds usually have no trouble with most pads in the market, with the regular size of 24″ x 24″. Make sure you check on the size before purchasing it. For bigger dog breeds you'll want to find any size bigger than 24″ x 35″.

Description:

Colour: Grey

Size: 60cm x 60 cm

Material: Non-woven Fabric, Tissue Paper, Bamboo Charcoal, Polymer Tech, PE Film Plastic 

Quantity: 100 x pcs , 50x pcs and 30 x pcs

Ideal for housebreaking puppies, assisting ageing, ailing, and dogs with special needs.