“Maltese Puppy Magnetic List Pads” Uniquely Shaped Sticky Notepad Measures 8.5 by 3.5 Inches

“Maltese Puppy Magnetic List Pads” Uniquely Shaped Sticky Notepad Measures 8.5 by 3.5 Inches

  • Convenient Everyday Use
  • Detailed Die-Cut Shape
  • Large Magnetic Back
  • Great gift for pet lovers
  • 50 Sheets of Paper for Added Convenience

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“Maltese Puppy Magnetic List Pads” Uniquely Shaped Sticky Notepad Measures 8.5 by 3.5 Inches

Announcing the new and improved list pads for pet lovers! These sticky note pads are all about convenience and style. Each pad is die cut according to the Maltese Puppys head shape setting these pads apart from the rest. With 50 sheets per pad featuring a picture of the Maltese Puppy on each and every page, Maltese Puppy lovers and owners are going to absolutely love this item. These aren’t like your average post-its; measuring 8.5 x 3.5 inches they give you more room to keep track of things and allow you to avoid having to cram everything in. Every sheet is post-it adhesive and the pad itself is enhanced with a magnetic back for the convenience of keeping it right on your fridge for all those grocery items you need to remember when you run out, quick notes and reminders, or just for keeping on your desk at work. The list pad paper is like art work with its intimate portrait of the Maltese Puppy with detailed fur and color sure to stand out to any Maltese Puppy enthusiast. This list pad is a convenient thoughtful gift idea perfect for showing off your love of animals!

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 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.