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Female Dog Diapers and Male Bellybands

Yes, potty training is oftentimes a big issue to pet parents. What do you do if you try and try to potty train them or if you do not have the heart to crate train and you have to leave your dog at home while are away from work or need to feel comfortable having them roam around your house? We suggest pet diapers or potty training bells.Male dog belly bands

What exactly are they you ask? These are cloth dog diapers that you can put on your dog, female dog diapers for your little girls that are not potty trained or those that are in heat, or male belly bands. These dog diapers work like a charm. Great for puppies, dogs, or senior dogs, simply put one on your dog, add a feminine pad, change as needed, and wash the diaper after several wear. We suggest having a few pairs of the dog diaper or belly band just so you can launder them as needed, so that you are not washing them all the time. The great part about these cloth puppy diapers is that you are not constantly buying disposable diapers, both costly and bad for the environment. These dog diapers are such a big hit with our customers and works out really well.
On the other hand, if you prefer to potty train your pet, use a potty bell. If you are having trouble training your dog to communicate with you when they needs to go out to potty? Proven effective method to hang these bells on your door and your dog will enthusiastically notify you when they need to go out! 95% effective rate! Easy to train and recommended and endorsed by dog trainers, breeders and training manuals! This pet bell comes with instructions. Made of extra reinforced bells that ring louder than normal bells, these bells are snapped and looped safely in place so they cannot be pulled off; hung on heavy duty ribbon. The  bells are strategically placed at various height for small or large dogs to easily reach.  For a puppy 10 weeks - 20 years old dogs!

So, rather than scold your dog for their accidents, avoid locking them up in a crate all day, these pet diapers are efficient and a life saver.

How to keep your pet cool this summer.

Summer is coming and it’s time to start thinking about the heat and you’re pet. Just like humans, pets get uncomfortable on hot days. While we can turn up the air conditioning on warm days, pets are dependent on us to keep them cool. Leaving them alone in hot rooms or behind in a car as we run an errand can make them sick. Take the same precautions you would as if they were a child.

Dogs run warmer than humans normally. If it’s a particularly hot day, bring your dog in for a while, even if they usually stay outside. Make sure their dog dish has plenty of water.  Having a second water bowl is a way to make sure they don’t run out while you’re gone for the day.Keep your pet cool in the summer

If you regularly walk your dog, do it in the morning or evening, when it’s more comfortable for both of you. If you do have to walk them during the middle of the day try to keep them off the sidewalk. Or maybe look into buying them a pair of dog shoes. A cooling vest can be put on them to keep them cooler while they’re out.

There are also many products on the market that help keep our pets cool. Cooling mats are easy to use and reusable. They can be used at home or in cars or on the beach and their cooling effect can last for days.

If you like your pet to wear clothes, make sure they are light and comfortable. Don’t forget to get them some swimwear for while they are at the beach. This way they’ll look stylish and be cool.

If you do see that your pet is affected abnormally by the heat, cool them down with cold compresses. Panting is typical, but if they start to walk strangely or vomit, then consider contacting your veterinarian to see if you should be concerned.

Your pet is one of your closest companions. They look to you to provide for their needs and keep them safe. So when the temperatures start to climb do what you can to keep them safe and cool.


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