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Puppy Training Pads

Toilet training should be quite a simple process, as long as you take the time and trouble to get into a good routine. Puppies need to urinate immediately after waking up and within 15 minutes of eating, so you need to be there to take your puppy straight outside without any delay.

PetUK Puppy Training Pads 10 Pack

PetUK Puppy Training Pads 10 Pack

£3.00

PetUK Puppy Training Pads are super absorbent pads that will keep your house free of accidents. The Training pads contain a special puppy attractant pheromone to encourage your puppy...[More info]

£3.00
Animal Instincts Anti-Slip Training Pads

Animal Instincts Anti-Slip Training Pads

From:£2.80to…£9.18

Animal Instincts Anti-Slip Training Pads are a quick and easy way to house train your puppy. Made using an ultra absorbent polymer that locks away moisture and eliminates tracking, the pads...[More info]

From:£2.80to…£9.18
Beaphar Puppy Pads - 30 Pack

Beaphar Puppy Pads - 30 Pack

£6.42

Beaphar Puppy Pads are super absorbent house training pads that help to keep your home clean from any accidents when training a puppy. Made from the most modern nappy technology for a more...[More info]

£6.42
Simple Solutions Puppy Training Pads

Simple Solutions Puppy Training Pads

From:£5.70to…£17.98

Simple Solutions Puppy Training Pads are super absorbent, locking in moisture and protecting your floor. Simple Solutions Puppy Training Pads are ideal for extended stays alone in the...[More info]

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Johnson's Home Training Pads (50 Pack)

Johnson's Home Training Pads (50 Pack)

£13.55

Johnson’s Home Training Pads are super absorbent and leak proof, locking in moisture and bad odours. These brilliant pads make toilet training your puppy easy and hassle free.  ...[More info]

£13.55

Puppies need to urinate at least every hour or two and can urinate spontaneously when they get excited. Take your puppy out frequently if it has been active, playing or exploring. Repeat cue words like ‘wee wees’ and ‘poo poos’ or ‘be busy’ and ‘be clean’ while the puppy is actually urinating or defecating. Use different words for each action so that you will be able to prompt the puppy later on.

Always go with your puppy into the garden or outside so you are there to reward and attach the cue words to the successful actions! Fortunately, puppies are creatures of habit, so as long as you introduce the outside to your puppy as its toilet area early on, you should be able to avoid most of the common pitfalls.