Enhance the security of a Piddle Pad with a Training Pad Holder
Dog training messes stay contained and entirely off of your floor
Simple, snap-together, and sturdy design makes set up a breeze
Added protection for housetraining, older dogs, or dogs trained to "go" indoors
Get even better floor protection when you use a Training Pad Holder along with your dog's Piddle Pad. Training Pad Holders help make indoor pet messes a thing of the past by securing the Piddle Pad better, so it cannot slide around and is less likely to get flipped over onto the floor. Whether you're potty training, accommodating a senior dog, or simply providing a safe place for your pet to "go" indoors, a Training Pad Holder enhances the floor protection better than a Piddle Pad alone. The clever pin and groove system secures the Piddle Pad® (sold separately) into place, while double-buckled collar snaps shut to ensure a tight seal. Super-heavy 1-1/2" polypropylene solid bottom and non-skid tray keeps pad in place on the floor. Raised, rounded walls are 3/4" deep to make sure even a large amount of wetness stays off your floors. Rubber feet protect from scratching. A Training Pad Holder is especially ideal for larger breeds and heavy wetters. Rest assured, your floor will stay clean and dry with this added measure.
Regular is now USA made. Measures 18" x 25.5"; Holder is slightly narrower than the pads it is recommended for so pads won't slip in the holder. For use with our Classic and Smart Saver Piddle Pads. Large Holder is perfect for holding our Super Large Xtra Piddle Pads®, but folds easily for storage when not needed. Measures 37" x 25".
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How to Train Your Pet to "Go" on a Piddle Pad
Place a Piddle Pad in the center of the pad holder with the plastic side down, and secure the edges under frame of the holder. Place the pad holder in a spot where your dog feels comfortable.
When you notice your dog looking for a place to "go", take your dog to the pad.
If your dog relieves himself off the pad, bring your dog back to the pad to reinforce the desired behavior.
If your dog uses the pad to "go", reward with praise and attention to reinforce the behavior. Replace the pad with a clean one as needed.
Housetraining your new puppy involves a little patience and encouragment from you to use the piddle pads in a designated area indoors, or outside in an area you have chosen for him/her to relieve themselves.
Dogs living in the city without the convenience of outdoor yards can be housetrained to 'do their business' indoors in a designated area with products like Piddle Pads® or a 'potty box' and odor eliminators.