Dog Training Pads

Care / Dog Training Pads: A Great Way To A Toilet-Trained Pet


Elena Barnard

Animal Friends Pet Insurance

Despite the reported joys of having a pet dog inside the household, there are many pet enthusiasts out there who are hesitant to adopt a pet. The common reason for this hesitation is the relative inconvenience that they will encounter if and when a certain pet lives with them.

Aside from having to look out for the general well-being of the pet dog, most pet owners have to contend with household cleanliness which is often a problem when you have a dog around. As you may know, dogs are known to be indiscriminate in their choice of spot on which to dump their waste. And unless you are able to find a way to discipline your pet dog to defecate only on the designated spot, having a pet inside the house will surely be a burden. Fortunately, you do not have to endure this predicament. With the use of dog training pads, you have found an ally in training your pet dog to dump its waste on the specified area.

Just like any other human activity, toilet training your dog can be challenging, if not, difficult, in certain instances. It is certainly a complicated process which requires a certain level of patience and perseverance. But, it does not have to be that difficult or complicated. With the use of dog training pads, the task of making your dog defecate only in the right place will be a lot easier.  As a matter of fact, with the right instruction, it will just be a matter of time before your dog becomes toilet trained.

As a general rule, toilet training your pet through the use of dog training pads works by instilling in your pet dog the habit of defecating only in the designated spot, which for toilet training purposes, is the dog training pads.

At the onset, you should place the training pad on a convenient location inside the house. When you sense that your pet needs to dump waste, you should gently direct it to the area where the training pad is located. Then encourage your dog to use the pad. Thereafter, you could move the training pad a little closer to the door, then make your pet use the pad consistently every time that it needs to poop or pee.

You will slowly realize that your pet dog will eventually look for the pad each time that it needs to eliminate waste. As your pet develops this good habit, you slowly move the dog training pads outside the house to a conspicuous location which can be easily found by your pet. The next time that it feels that it needs to pee or poop, your pet dog will directly go to the pad.

 


    Hello, fellow animal lovers! I’m Elena, and I take care of social media for Animal Friends Insurance. I’m here to share the latest on animal welfare, our charity work and pet care. I foster and adopt rabbits and have a rescue dog called Luna.