Dogit Home Guard Training Pads
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- Perfect tool for housebreaking dogs
- Uses an special scent attract the dog to the pad
- Moisture and odours are locked in with a super absorbent polymer technology
- QUICK DRY technology converts liquid into gel, keeps paws dry and prevents moisture tracking
- Useful for any stage of a dogs life, including puppies, older, or incontinent dogs
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
Dogit Home Guard Training Pads are a great tool for housebreaking dogs, no matter what stage of life they are in. Each pad is infused with an enticing scent that will attract the dog to the pad, ensuring your dog knows where he's supposed to go. These Dogit Training Pads are very effective at absorbing moisture and odours and feature QUICK DRY technology, which quickly converts liquid into gel for easy clean-up. They have five layers of leak-guard protection, a fast-drying surface, and an extra protective plastic lining to keep your floors dry and stain-free. The surface of the pad locks in moisture fast, keeping your dog's paws dry and preventing moisture from being tracked in the house.
Dogit Training pads can be used both indoors and outdoors, plus can be used in dog houses, crates, and other carriers. These pads fit ideally in the Dogit Training Pad Holder. Available in a variety of quantities. Each pad measures 56 x 56 cm / 22 in x 22 in. Other sizes sold separately.
Dogit Training Pad Size:
- 55.8 cm x 55.8 cm (22" x 22")
Dogit Training Pad Directions:
Start by positioning the training pad in a designated place where the dog should void.
- Place the pad, cloth-side up and plastic side on the floor.
- The leakguard pockets are quilted and will help prevent waste from spilling on the floor.
- To best protect floors, the pad should be placed on a Dogit Training Pad holder.
When your dog voids on the pad, reward with a treat and praise promptly for going in the right place.
- Remove the old pad and replace with a new training pad.
- Make sure the pad is in the same designated place.
- Your dog will become confused if you keep changing where they can use the training pad, so keep the location consistent.
If your dog doesn't eliminate on the pad, place him on the pad and encourage him to eliminate on the pad.
Tip: For indoor training it helps to keep the dog confined to a small space, such as a kitchen or bathroom, until they get used to using the training pads.
When your dog is consistently using the training pad indoors, it's time to transition him to using it outdoors.
- Place a training pad outdoors where the dog can void.
- Again, after every use, replace the pad with a new one and keep it postitioned in the same place.
- After a short time your dog will get used to using the pad outdoors and learn not to eliminate in the house.
- Once your dog has consistently learned to use the pad outdoors, you can discontinue use.