Who Uses Puppy Pads?
Let's state the obvious first, primarily, puppys use puppy pads. While puppys use puppy pads, other dogs do too, and more importantly, it's the pet owners and other businesses that actually buy the puppy pads for their animals. Puppy Pads are ideal for many consumers, from individual pet owners to pet-related businesses.
For the DIY pet owner, puppy pads are the easiest way to potty-train your new pet. Your dog will easily catch on as you gradually move the pads towards the outdoors and eventually outside! Puppy Pads are also ideal for apartment-dwelling pet owners who don't always have the chance to get their dog outdoors. Pets can eliminate on the pads when you are hard at work, and you simply toss them in the garbage.
Owners of older or ill pets can also benefit from Puppy Pads. You can simply place the pads on your pet's bed, on furniture, or anywhere else your older pet may have an accident. Sometimes older pets cannot make it outside anymore, and puppy pads can help make them comfortable in their own territory for longer.
Many animals get nervous or scared when attending their regular vet appointments, and this nervousness can sometimes cause accidents to occur. Vet offices swear by Puppy Pads, because they are easy to use and can be disposed of quickly if one of their patients has an accident. Many Vet Offices also use Puppy Pads in the Kennel area of their office, when animals need overnight care. If a pet has an accident in their kennel, it can be easily cleaned and made comfortable for the pet quickly.
Another pet-related service that benefits from Puppy Pads is your local dog groomer. Puppy Pads not only absorb any accidents your pet may have while at the groomer, but they can absorb water, soap and shampoo that your dog may shake off onto the floor. Keeping the floors of the dog groomer's office dry, helps keep both employees and pets safe.
Dog Breeders & Trainers
If you are in the business of dog breeding or dog training, untrained puppies are everywhere. Keeping a supply of puppy pads on hand is very helpful to help eliminate the mess puppies can make until they have been adopted or properly trained. Breeders can also use puppy pads to show potential buyers how easy it would be to train their new pup, if dog training is something a buyer is concerned about. Trainers can begin to teach the puppies to use the Puppy Pads, and then the owner can utilize the same training methods at home for consistency.
It's not easy for a pet owner to kennel an animal while on vacation. Animals may feel uneasy in a new environment and around other animals, which may cause them to have accidents. Kennels keep a stock supply of Puppy Pads to help keep the kennel environment clean when accidents occur. Kennel workers can easily clean up messes with disposable puppy pads, effectively keeping pets comfortable until their owners return.
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