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High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad

High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad
High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad
High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad
High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad
High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad
Payment Terms
T/T,Western Union, L/C
Place of Orgin
Japanese Smitomo Sanvet SAP; Weyerhaeuser Pulp; PE film Backsheet; tissue paper
As customer request
Prodcut Name
Puppy Training Pads
Whether OEM
Provides a safe barrier between surfaces. Easy clean up.... great product for kennels, bird cages, litter boxes, pet incontinence, puppy training or when you are traveling! Contains polymer, 38 gram weight. White spunbond facing and blue embossed polypropylene backing. Larger pads are conveniently packaged in bags of 10 each. Smaller pads arrive in bulk packaging.

High Absorption Puppy Training Pads Dog Pee Pad

High absorption puppy training pads, also known as dog pee pads, are designed to help with house training puppies or to provide a designated spot for dogs to relieve themselves indoors. These pads are typically made of several layers to maximize absorption and prevent leaks.

Product NameHigh Absorption Puppy Training Pads
Japanese Smitomo Sanvet SAP; Weyerhaeuser Pulp;  PE film Backsheet; tissue paper 
Packagesdepends on customers requirements
Features of the Product

Different sizes for your choice, High Quality and 

High Absorption

Delivery Time

If buy our suppliable bag, about 10 days after deposit receipt. subject

 to our production schedule.

If buy our suppliable bag, about 10 days after deposit receipt. subject 

to our production schedule.

Price TermsFOB, CIF, CFR
Payment Terms40% deposit+ private label bag plate cost if any. Balance 60% paid against copy B/L at sight.
ServiceOEM Supported


Pet Training Products Type and dog pee pads Training Products Type puppy training pads


1) Made of eco-friendly material approved by European Tests. 

2) Creative, Professional, Popular, Widespread.

3) High quality, Competitive Price, Quick Delivery, Good Service.

4) Customized Designs and Pantone Color available.

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Features of High Absorption Puppy Training Pads:

  1. Multiple Layers: Typically, these pads have a top layer that is quick-drying and a bottom layer that is leak-proof. The middle layers are super absorbent to hold a significant amount of liquid.

  2. Quick-Dry Surface: The top layer is usually made of a material that quickly wicks moisture away, keeping the surface dry and comfortable for the puppy.

  3. Odor Control: Many pads are treated with odor neutralizers to help control the smell of urine.

  4. Leak-Proof Design: The bottom layer is often made of a waterproof material to prevent any liquid from seeping through to the floor.

  5. Attractant Scent: Some pads are infused with a scent that attracts puppies, encouraging them to use the pad instead of other areas of the home.

  6. Variety of Sizes: Available in different sizes to accommodate various breeds and sizes of dogs.

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  • Convenience: Ideal for puppy training, elderly dogs, or when you can't take your dog outside frequently.

  • Protection: Helps protect floors and carpets from urine damage.

  • Hygiene: Provides a clean and designated spot for dogs to relieve themselves, making cleanup easier.

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Usage Tips:

  • Place the pad in a designated area where you want your dog to go.

  • Gradually move the pad closer to the door if you are training your puppy to go outside eventually.

  • Replace the pad regularly to maintain hygiene and prevent odors.

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How To Use Puppy Training Pads

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Using puppy training pads or dog pee pads effectively involves a few key steps to ensure your puppy or dog understands where to go and to maintain hygiene. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Step-by-Step Guide to Using Puppy Training Pads:

  1. Choose the Right Location:

    • Select a location in your home that is easily accessible to your puppy but away from their sleeping and eating areas.

    • Ideally, choose a spot with minimal foot traffic to reduce distractions.

  2. Introduce the Pad to Your Puppy:

    • Show the pad to your puppy and let them sniff it. Encourage them to explore the pad without forcing them onto it.

    • Use a consistent command, such as "go potty," whenever you place your puppy on the pad.

  3. Establish a Routine:

    • Place your puppy on the pad after meals, naps, playtime, and first thing in the morning and last thing at night.

    • Puppies often need to go every 2-3 hours, so be attentive to their needs.

  4. Reward and Praise:

    • When your puppy successfully uses the pad, immediately praise them and offer a small treat. Positive reinforcement helps them understand they’ve done the right thing.

    • If they miss the pad, gently place them on the pad and use the command. Avoid scolding, as this can cause anxiety and confusion.

  5. Clean Up Accidents Promptly:

    • Clean any accidents outside the pad with an enzyme cleaner to remove the scent and discourage repeat accidents in the same spot.

    • Make sure to keep the area around the pad clean to prevent odors and maintain hygiene.

  6. Transitioning Outdoors (if desired):

    • Once your puppy consistently uses the pad, you can gradually move the pad closer to the door.

    • Eventually, move the pad outside to the desired bathroom spot. Use the same command and reward system to reinforce the behavior.

Additional Tips:

  • Use Attractant Sprays: Some pads come with a built-in attractant, but if not, you can buy a separate attractant spray to encourage your puppy to use the pad.

  • Change Pads Regularly: Replace soiled pads promptly to maintain cleanliness and prevent odors. Some pads have indicators to show when they need changing.

  • Consistency is Key: Be consistent with your commands, location, and routine. Consistency helps your puppy learn more quickly.

  • Patience and Persistence: Training can take time, and accidents will happen. Stay patient and persistent with your training efforts.

By following these steps, you can effectively train your puppy to use training pads, making the housebreaking process smoother for both you and your pet.

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Absorption Test of Puppy Training Pads

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  1. Absorption Test of Puppy Training Pads:

    • Top Left Image: Shows water being poured onto a puppy training pad from a kettle. This demonstrates the pad's ability to absorb liquid efficiently.

    • Top Middle Image: Displays the pad absorbing the poured water, highlighting the wet area where the liquid is being absorbed.

    • Top Right Image: Shows the pad after absorption, indicating how well the pad has managed to contain the liquid without significant spread or leakage.

    • Middle Left Image: Depicts a hand pressing down on the pad, testing its surface dryness and ensuring the liquid is absorbed into the inner layers, leaving the surface dry.

    • Middle Image: Shows a hand holding a folded training pad, illustrating its thickness and material quality.

    • Bottom Left Image: Displays a stack of pads placed on a digital scale, with the weight reading of 382 grams. This indicates the total weight of the stack, possibly highlighting the bulk packaging weight.

    • Bottom Right Image: Shows a single pad on a digital scale with the weight reading of 30 grams, indicating the weight of an individual pad.

  2. Best Dog Pads:

    • Image on Scale: Similar to the previous image, this one shows a stack of pads on a digital scale with a weight reading of 382 grams. This likely represents the total weight of multiple pads.

    • Individual Pad Weight: The single pad on the scale shows a weight of 30 grams, consistent with the individual pad weight shown in the previous set of images.

These images collectively demonstrate the absorption capacity, material quality, and weight of the puppy training pads, providing a comprehensive overview of their performance and characteristics.

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1. What are puppy training pads?
Puppy training pads, also known as dog pee pads, are absorbent pads designed to help with house training puppies. They provide a designated spot for your puppy to relieve themselves indoors.

2. How do puppy training pads work?
Puppy training pads are made with multiple layers to absorb and lock in moisture. The top layer quickly wicks away moisture, while the inner layers absorb liquid and the bottom layer prevents leaks.

3. When should I use puppy training pads?
Puppy training pads are useful during the housebreaking phase, for puppies and small dogs that can’t go outside, for elderly or incontinent dogs, and for situations where outdoor access is limited.

4. How do I train my puppy to use the training pads?

  • Choose a designated spot for the pad.

  • Place your puppy on the pad after meals, naps, and playtime.

  • Use a consistent command like “go potty” and reward your puppy with praise and treats when they use the pad.

  • Be patient and consistent with training.

5. How often should I change the training pads?

Change the pad as soon as it is soiled to maintain hygiene and prevent odors. For heavy users, multiple changes per day may be necessary.

6. Can training pads be used for adult dogs?

Yes, training pads can be used for adult dogs, especially those that are elderly, have mobility issues, or are left alone for long periods.

7. Are there different sizes of training pads?
Yes, training pads come in various sizes to accommodate different breeds and sizes of dogs. Choose a size appropriate for your dog’s needs.

8. What are the benefits of using puppy training pads?

  • Convenient for housebreaking puppies.

  • Provides a designated spot for dogs to relieve themselves indoors.

  • Helps protect floors and carpets from urine damage.

  • Easy to clean and dispose of.

9. Are there scented or attractant pads?
Yes, many training pads are infused with attractant scents to encourage dogs to use them. These scents help to attract dogs to the pad, making training easier.

10. Can I use training pads outdoors?
Yes, you can use training pads outdoors in a designated spot to transition your puppy from indoor pads to outdoor potty training.

11. How do I dispose of used training pads?
Dispose of used training pads in a sealed plastic bag and place them in the trash. This helps to contain any odors and prevents the spread of germs.

12. Are puppy training pads environmentally friendly?
Some brands offer eco-friendly training pads made from biodegradable materials. Check the product packaging for details on environmental impact.

13. What should I do if my puppy chews the training pads?
If your puppy chews the pads, consider using a pad holder or tray to secure the pad. Alternatively, try switching to a different type of pad or offering chew toys to distract them.

14. Can I use training pads for other pets?
Training pads can be used for other small pets, such as rabbits or small dogs, that need a designated indoor potty area.

If you have any other questions or need more information, feel free to ask!

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