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Disposable Underpads for Potty Training

Potty training is a fundamental step in care for you, your puppy, and the home you share. Puppy pee pads are a popular approach, and they have a few benefits you may want to consider. 

Take time to explore what works for your puppy. Every dog is different, and their preferences and timeline for becoming housebroken can vary. While the process can be a challenge, with the right guidance and consistency, you’ll set your pup up for success and strengthen your bond while getting there. 

One of the primary advantages of disposable underpads 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.

Under pads aren’t just for the puppies. They can also serve as backup for dogs who may be inside for prolonged periods of time; senior, sick, or disabled pups; and those without easy, frequent access to outdoor spaces. Plus, when the weather doesn’t agree with your pet, pads can save them the anxiety of heading outside during a storm. 

An important thing to remember, some dogs simply don’t take to pads as a matter of preference. While pads can be part of a greater housebreaking plan for your pup, encouraging them to use the pads as a first step requires its own training. If you and your pet have consistent, frequent access to a safe outdoor space, starting them outdoors from the get-go can be a great option

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