“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – WITH GRID- 24 x 30in

“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – WITH GRID- 24 x 30in

  • 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.
  • Fluids drain thru grid to pad keeping dog dry. Grid helps prevents pad from tearing. Patent Pending.
  • Reusable – One Mat will last as long as 200 disposable pads.
  • Rigid and Stable construction – not flimsy.

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Puppy Pads

“Just Suk It Up”, Multi-Purpose Pet Mat – WITH GRID- 24 x 30in

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 on Pads  | Puppy Pads

Things You Need to Potty Train a Puppy

  • Puppy pads or Dog Pads
  • Newspaper
  • Paper towels
  • Carpet cleaner

Step to Potty Train a Puppy

  1. Watch your dog closely to see exactly where he is urinating all day. As you clear each mess, do not yell or punish your dog. Also, do not baby her dog. Any feedback for messes on the carpet can confuse you and result in delayed training. Keep calm and quickly clear the area without showing any emotion for your dog.
  2. Locate an area where it is urinating often and put a puppy pad on the floor.
  3. Quickly put your puppy in puppy pad as soon as you see him sniffing around for a place to urinate or actually in the act. As you move it to the block, saying, “side out” in a calm tone and matter of fact. Do not raise your voice in an angry or excited tone. You have to do this every time it becomes repetitive and natural for the dog to go to the block when he needs to urinate. If for some reason the dog pad does not work, you can also try Dog Pads or Newspaper.
  4. Praise your puppy every time urine successfully in dog pads. It is not necessary to give treats. You can praise her, saying, “good boy” and petting him.
  5. gradually move pads puppy closer to the door. Eventually you will see your dog goes to the door and know that he needs to urinate. When this happens, start letting it out.
  6. Pick up your puppy and take it directly to the door, the dog pad method does not work. Act quickly if you can and take it out before it does anything. Remember the saying, “out side” as you put it on the floor. She will begin to associate the word “outside” to urinate. This method can be a little more confusing than the dog pad method, but the repetitiveness of taking your dog to the door will teach you where to go.
  7. Stay consistent and stick with the process at all times. If you leave before train him completely, you can only blame yourself for your potty training problems. Stay positive and give your dog positive feedback when he did a good job.

Tips to Potty Train a Puppy

  • Remember, puppies have no idea what you’re saying to them. Words alone can not teach a dog what to do. You have to show them exactly what they need to do.
  • Puppies are great responsibilities. Make sure that you are prepared to spend their training time.

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.