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Puppy Training Pads

When you get that little fluffy bundle of love all you can think about is how cute your brand new Labradoodle puppy is.

However, you can be in for a quick snap to reality the first time your puppy has an accident on your brand new carpet.

Of course, the puppy didn't know it was wrong. How are you going to be able to teach your little one not to go potty on your carpet? Using puppy training pads can help your little one learn.

What are Puppy Pads?

Puppy training padsThey're basically an absorbent pad your Labradoodle puppy learns to use when they need to go to the bathroom.

These puppy pads have been treated with a special scent that draws your puppy to use the pad.

Puppy training pads are a great step toward housebreaking especially if you have a very busy schedule. Your puppy will get a full bladder if you're gone all day.

Using a puppy pad is a great way to ensure your new bundle of love won't be stuck without someplace to go potty. Additionally, it helps you keep your floors clean and mess free.

It also provides you the flexibility to know that even if you can't make it home to let out your little one, they won't be left without a bathroom option.

How Do Puppy Pads Work?

When you're using a puppy pad there are a few things you need to keep in mind. You'll want to keep the pad in the same spot so your little one gets used to its location.

If you notice your little one is starting to act as if he needs to go to the bathroom, quickly pick him up and take him to the puppy pad.


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Make sure you give him positive feedback that encourages him to make it to the pad by himself next time. .

Give your puppy consistency with the pads. Decide on a specific time increment that works for you and your schedule and be sure to take your puppy to the pad after that increment has past.

By creating a routine, you teach your puppy to use the pad at regular intervals. Remember to be positive with your puppy. It's a baby you're teaching so you need to have patience with your little one.

A puppy is a bundle of love, and well worth the work you're going to be putting into it, however, housebreaking a new Labradoodle puppy can be very difficult.

Dealing with the ups and downs of housebreaking your little puppy can be trying especially if your schedule doesn't allow you to be there all the time.

Puppy training pads are a tool that gets you and your little fluff ball well on the way to keeping your floors neat and tidy!.

For additional effective puppy training ideas, I recommend Chet Womach's, Dog Trainng Secrets dog training method.


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