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Wed, Oct 27 | By Amy Lieberman | 12

The pros and cons of using puppy pads. Puppy pads provide puppy owners with an apparent solution to not having to take their puppy outside every few hours, without worrying about a soiled house or apartment. Young, or sometimes elderly, dogs wh… more ›

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DeucesMama
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DeucesMama
3 years ago

What Odor? odor eliminator is a must. It truly does eliminate the urine smell. I have tried all the products out there and this one really does work. I am a believer and a customer for life.

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Stephanie
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Stephanie
3 years ago

I wonder how well those grass-looking puppy pads work. I'm glad there was virtually no training with my cats!

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Denise L.
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Denise L.
3 years ago

I haven't had a puppy in so long, I forgot how long it took & how we did it! I don't think my family have ever used wee wee pads...

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Ches21
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Ches21
3 years ago

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
3 years ago

sometimes when there is no new news they recycle

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Ches21
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Ches21
3 years ago

It only took like one day to potty train Skitters she is a very smart rat terrier.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
3 years ago

good for you and skitters

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Vshaver88
3 years ago

When we adopted Baxter, he was already 8 mos. old. It appeared at first like he had been potty trained but we soon found out that he was not COMPLETELY trained. So for the first month or so we made sure to take him out every four hours at the most. Then we gradually lengthened the time in between "potty walks" and he got to the point where he didn't even need his crate inside if we were going to be gone for any length of time. Now, he even goes and places his front paws on the front door and looks around until he catches someone's attention to be let out. For being a little behind in training and a little older, he learned pretty quickly. I also made sure for the first couple of month to carry a little jar of treats and whenever he did any kind of business outside, I said, "Good boy!" and gave him a treat.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
3 years ago

i agree if a person is so lazy that they don't want to be responsible and take their dog out and housebreak them they do not deserve to have one.

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Ches21
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Ches21
3 years ago

Its the same with a child I had cousins who when they where babies like 1 and 2 years old my grandparents would go to their house and they would be wearing dirty diapers that they had been wearing for weeks and there wouldnt be any food in the house soon enough my great grandparents took them away from their own parents so that they would be raised the right way.

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daryl b.
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daryl b.
3 years ago

your great grandparents did the right thing

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