1 pc Pet Dog Training Grass Pads Pee Puppy Potty Indoor 20 ”(W)x 30”(L)

1 pc Pet Dog Training Grass Pads Pee Puppy Potty Indoor 20 ”(W)x 30”(L)

  • Dimensions: 20 ”(W)x 30”(L)
  • Material?PP+PS+PE
  • Color:green and black
  • Net weight:4.18 lbs
  • Package includes: 1 x Pet Potty Dog Training Grass Pad

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1 pc Pet Dog Training Grass Pads Pee Puppy Potty Indoor 20 ”(W)x 30”(L)

Description:This mat and tray system gives dogs a place to relieve themselves when they can’t go outside! The ingenious mat is made of an antimicrobial and odor resistant artificial turf that gives off an organic scent, attracting dogs so they can be taught quickly that it is an acceptable spot for relief. The mat sits on top of a plastic insert which allows liquid to drain into the included tray for easy clean up!. Features:Three layer system, Non-Toxic Odor Resistant Synthetic Grass MatPlastic insert which allows the liquid to drain, Durable collection tray Perfect for patios and indoor use, So easy to clean, just rinse with soapy water Great when your pet can’t go outsideDurable tray,lightweight,easy to moveWell drained,detachable and washableRealistic looking synthetic grass pad attracts dogs more naturally than other potty training tools.Utilizes a three layer system with separate tray,mat and turf for improved sanitation as well as easier disposal and cleaningMade of non-tonic material to help keep both your pet and household safeIt;s weather resistant that makes it ideal for outdoor use on patios,balconies or porchesA reusable and cost-effective alternative to non-synthetic and one time use optionsIn accordance with European American export standard

How to Potty train a puppy | Dog Pads

  1. During dog training it is often important to promote the dog with a treat. Therefore, before letting your dog out in the morning, put a small blob of peanut butter or fresh cheese on one of the hanging bells-preferably the bell’s nearest greater its nose-height.
  2. Take over the dog, the bell-do not shake the bells on the dog! Gently tear the bell smeared with the treatment in your hand and show it to your dog. Your dog will lick the treated bell causing it to ring and how he licks the bell, let him lick you out of your hand. Your dog will cause the bell to sound the bell sound “Bing, Bing, Bing” licking While you hold, said: “Good,” and the door opens.
  3. After your dog has eliminated, and have you back to the house, you have to lift the bells and they hang over the door or door handle for a while because your dog is likely to lick the treated bell instantly. Because you want your dog only when he needs to touch the bells, if you think your dog probably think the bells need to set down again later. Check to make sure that all indulge on the bell and the treatment to replenish the bell, if necessary.
  4. Soon, probably the same day that you begin with this workout your dog will start going to the door, look at the bell, sniff or “nosing” the bell. If your dog does that, do not put treats on the bell longer your dog now has the idea.

How to Potty Train a Dog | Puppy Pads

  1. Buy a box for your dog. Formation of the grid is the first step in potty training. Choose a box with enough room for your dog to turn around comfortably. However, it should not have so much space that he could use the bathroom in one corner and sleep in another. If your dog learns to associate his crate with using the toilet, it will resist going into the crate to place or sleep.
    – In the first weeks, expect accidents in the crate even if it is the right size for the dog. Do not lose patience, though! He’s still learning.
    – If your dog is a larger breed, consider buying a box with adjustable barriers that can be removed as the dog grows.
  2. Get your dog used to the crate. Place the box in a busy room in the house, where people often gather. The room is a good location for crate training. Leave the door open so the dog can explore at their own pace, and treat it whenever he goes into the crate.
    – After he grew used to the crate, start closing the door and leaving it there for long periods of time. Crate him at night and when you are not home to see it.
    – You can move the crate between rooms – bringing it to the room with you at night, for example. But always make sure it is somewhere your dog feels safe.
  3. Assign a bathroom regular point. Take it to the same place every time you take it. If he associates go to the bathroom with a very specific place, it will be less likely to have accidents elsewhere. It will also make cleaning easier on the road because you will know where he likes to go.