The Best Dog Training Methods: Puppy Pads vs. Crate Training
Many dog training websites will tell you that only one way is the proper way to potty train your dog. At MEDNET Direct, we know that there is not one specific way to train your pet, however there are 2 products that will help you do so more effectively: Puppy Pads & Pet Crates. Both of these dog training tools are effective means of training your pet, and can be more effective when used together. Below you will find a breakdown of each dog training tool, and how it works with the opposite tool to produce maximum results.
Because we are the bestselling brand of puppy pads in America, with over 2 billion sold, we know how effective puppy pads can be. Puppy Pads offer a great way to protect your home furnishings while your pet learns to potty outdoors. These Puppy Pads also work great for people living in condos, town homes or apartments where going outside is not a permanent option. Our Puppy Pads are available in numerous sizes. Using Puppy Pads to train your pet is simple, just place the pad on the floor where you would like your pet to eliminate. Your pet will be naturally inclined to use the pad, so praise he/she when they do so. Once your pet is accustomed to using the puppy pads, gradually move them toward the door and outside where you would like your pet to go. In just a short amount of time, your pet will be trained to go outside. When your pet is learning, our puppy pads will protect all of your carpet, flooring and furniture from messy pet stains and odors. Our puppy pads absorb up to one full cup of liquid and offer a plastic backing to prevent leaks!
Crate training is another great way to potty train your pet. You can also use crate training for a number of other training purposes. It's helpful to utilize a dog crate when your pet is new to your home, to ensure they do not chew or destroy anything while you are not home, until they learn their boundaries. MEDNET Direct is delighted to offer a variety of dog crates for all your dog training needs. When selecting a dog crate you will need to select a dog crate that will accommodate the size of your pet, ensuring they have ample space to move, sleep and play in their crate when you are away. Protect your pet's crate with our puppy pads by lining them on the bottom of the crate in case of an accident. Using puppy pads in this fashion will keep your pet's environment clean and dry while they are training.