Wagtastic house training for dogs
Layer lock protectionEach pad has layer lock protection which helps to keep leaks 'locked in' by turning liquid into gel and with sealed edges and protective backing, this prevents staining floors or upholsteryStrong and tear resistantWe know pups like to play, so we've made our pads strong and tear resistant - enough to cope with tough puppy playGreat for indoor trainingOur pads are perfect for indoor training purposes giving your pup something familiar to associate going to the toilet on in a certain area of their cage or homeIdeal for puppiesOur pads are perfect for puppies, with a soft outer texture and ultra absorbent inner layer. Great for crates and carriers; and for older dogs who may need these pads to help them tooEliminates odoursWith the layer lock protection - any bad smells are locked in and kept from escaping, thus eliminating odoursPad Size: 56cm x 56cm
Ultra absorbentStrong & tear resistantWith layer lock protection to prevent leaksThree layer protection: soft top layer, super absorbent middle layer, protective backing layer
30 x Training Pads
Preparation and Usage
Top tips for house trainingPuppies can take up to 6 months to house train and some breeds, a little longer. Even with great progress, there could well be the odd 'mistake' sometimes! Don't worry - stay focused and follow these tips to help you on the way to success!1. Unfold the pad and place on the floor with the plastic backing part down against the floor. Make sure the pad is placed away from their food and bed2. Place your puppy on the pad to get them used to standing on it; and look out for any signs they may need to go to the toilet; such as sniffing the floor, trying to squat down or circling. Place your puppy on the pad as soon as you notice any of these signs3. As soon as your puppy uses the pad to go to the toilet, praise and reward them. If the puppy tries to relieve themselves somewhere else, place them straight onto the pad again to get them to associate the pad with using it for toileting4. Discard any soiled pads and replace with a fresh, clean one straight away5. As training develops, the pad can be moved towards the door and then eventually placed just outside in a suitable area.Remember:Reward the pup for going to the toilet in the right place - Good Boy do a great range of suitable treats.Never punish your puppy for house training 'mistakes'.Always be positive and happy; and give your pup confidence.Put your puppy on a regular feeding routine to give them structure for eating and toilet times.Keep a training diary - it will help in working out timings for feeding and toileting as your pup grows up.