If you’re an owner of a dog with a disability, you’ll know that little (and big!) toileting accidents are just an everyday occurrence. But just because your dog has more frequent accidents than other dogs, doesn’t mean there isn’t a solution. Enter puppy pads – an innovative and relatively inexpensive way to reduce toileting messes. Although puppy pads are usually designed for puppies who are in the midst of toilet training, they are also an ideal option for disabled dogs.
If you’re unfamiliar with puppy pads, there are many qualities you’ll want to look for when choosing the right one for your disabled dog such as the level of absorbency, odor control, and adhesiveness they offer. You’ll also want to consider features such as additional layers, environmental-friendliness, and whether the pad includes a built-in attractant.
To help you out, we’ve narrowed down the top three puppy pads on the market for disabled dogs.
If you’re after puppy pads that are not only highly-reviewed, but also offer the most bang for your buck, Bulldogology Premium Puppy Pee Pads are it. With hundreds of glowing reviews, an elusive 4.4-star rating on Amazon, as well the accolade of being named Pet Life Today’s “top pick” of puppy pads, these puppy pads have some serious clout behind them.
So what is all the fuss about? Well, for starters, it offers 6 layer absorbency, with Polymer Tech that “instantly absorbs fast and turns liquid into gel.” Another handy feature is the optional adhesive sticky tape that prevents unnecessary movement of the pads which could result in messes.
There’s also a built-in attractant that will help train your dog to use the pads, as well as odor control for keeping toilet-related smells at bay. What’s more, Bulldogology is so convinced you’ll love their product, they offer a 110% money back guarantee (yes, 110%)!
ZISU’s Washable Dog Training Pads are a particularly great choice for any environmentally-conscious dog owners. According to the company, their puppy pads have “an industry leading 300 wash cycles” to their name. Moreover, they are both washer and dryer friendly, making the cleaning process as easy as you could hope for. And if your puppy pads are in need of a deep clean, keep in mind that these ones are bleachable.
Other than being environmentally-friendly, ZISU’s Washable Dog Training Pads are the perfect size for dogs big and small, measuring in at 36 x 34 inches. They also come in a luxuriously soft quilted polyester surface underpad that resists staining. Perfect for use on furniture or beds!
In terms of absorbency, these pads offer an impressive 8 cups of protection! That means you won’t have to worry about constantly changing your puppy pad. But when the time comes to change your dog’s puppy pad, remember, there are two puppy pads included for the price of one.
If you are looking to protect larger items like furniture and dog beds from accidents, you can’t look past Wee-Wee Gigantic Potty Pads. Coming in at 27.5 x 44 inches, the amply sized puppy pads are also perfect for enforced crate rest.
For dogs on the bigger end of the size range these pads are also perfect for regular daily use. To make the process smoother, the pads are treated with a special additive specially designed to encourage your dog to do their business on the pad.
The pads not only offer standard features such as odor neutralizing qualities and a leak-proof liner, they also boast a 5-ply leak-proof Floor Armor System in addition to optional adhesive tabs to prevent slips and further accidents.
Thanks to Pet Life Today for providing this guest post. Pet Life Today is a free resource offering expert, researched information on pets. They publish pet care news, tips and pet product buying advice for owners of a wide variety of companion animals, from cats and dogs to hamsters and horses.
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