“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – 18 x 24 in

“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – 18 x 24 in

  • Low-Slip Underlay.
  • Leak-Proof Backing – helps protect floors, carpet or carrier floor.
  • Super absorbent core. Holds up to 500 ml / 2 cups of liquid per 288 sq in.
  • Reusable – One Mat will last as long as 200 disposable pads.
  • Rigid and Stable construction – not flimsy.

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“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – 18 x 24 in

Multi-Purpose: Use as a… 1) Pet Food Placemat 2) Cat Litter Box Mat 3) Carrier Mat 4) Pee Mat

How to Potty Train a Puppy at night | Dog Pads

Things You Need to Potty Train a puppy at night

  • pen or dog box
  • Set a regular schedule for potty breaks during the day to give your dog as much opportunity to learn to potty outside in your chosen location. Puppies usually need six to eight such breaks during the day, leaving an hour between each break.
  • Add feeding times your schedule to match the potty breaks. Take your dog for a break after having eaten as your stomach is small and unable to handle the waste products for a long time. As a rule of thumb puppies eliminate about 15 minutes after drinking, and about 30 minutes after eating.
  • Doing an activity with your pet before bed to use the excess energy. Play ball or chase for 30 minutes to tire her out and help her sleep quickly.
  • Food and give your dog a break potty right before bedtime. Tell a joint command to “go pee” or “do your business” when she is urinating outside and then you can start saying that before she urine so she knows what you want her to do. Always offer praise when it potties in the right place to let her know that she did a good job.
  • Place your puppy in his crate or dog pen in a location away from the noise, preferably with a clean room wipe to minimize cleaning if an accident happens. In this way, he gets a peaceful sleep and are less likely to wake up at night and make a mess. Puppies under four months of age may need a toilet break overnight, but it can stop as you get older and understand the routine of your home.

How to Potty Train a Dog in the Rain | Puppy Pads

Most people do not like to go out when it rains, and most dog do not like to do it, either. As a result, many puppies avoid going potty when it rains, leaving owners frustrated and often cleaning of accidents in the home. One of the best ways to avoid this scenario is to get your Dog used to the rain at the beginning when you’re potty-train him like a Dog.

Things You Need to Potty Train a Dog

  • Dog Treats
  • Dog raincoat and boots
  • Take your Dog out in the rain to play. Doing so will help the Dog associate happy and fun times with the rain and can prevent any anxiety or nervousness for rain.
  • Give your Dog a word to associate with going to the bathroom. Commands that tell how eccentric or empty when your Dog eliminates eventually teach you how to do it when you say those words. If your Dog can eliminate on command, it will probably do it, no matter what the weather.
  • Give your Dog treats every time he eliminates outside. Doing so will help to eliminate associated Dog with rewards and will encourage you to do so, despite the weather.
  • Put a raincoat or Dog boots on your Dog to help you tolerate the rain. Some Dog do not like being in the rain, because they do not like to get wet. Wearing the boots and jacket can help the Dog feel more comfortable in the rain to keep it a little dry. Again, put these items in your Dog when he is a Dog to get him used to wearing them. Give the Dog treats and praise when he uses the items to associate rewards with clothing.