When it comes to our special puppy pad products, it can be hard deciding which one is best for you. After all, there are all kinds of different factors that could be affecting your purchase. Do you have one puppy? Two? Are you a breeder, pet doctor, or pet store owner? Is your pet a full-grown dog who still quite hasn’t mastered the art of potty training?
With so many things that could influence your decision, it’s hard to know whether washable puppy pads or disposable ones are better for your pet, as well as how many you need to order. In this blog post, we’ll break things down a bit, hopefully helping you to have a better idea which one you should buy.
By “normal puppy owner,” we mean someone who doesn’t handle dogs in a professional capacity, and one who (most likely) doesn’t have more than two or three dogs. If this describes you, you fall into the same conditions as most other dog owners.
In this instance, it’s probably best for you to go with disposable puppy pee pads. These are ideal for someone who only owns a single dog (or two or three), because they give you what you need to get through those difficult first few months of training. If you play your cards right, you can use these pee pads to train your dog in their potty habits, and then you won’t ever have to worry about them tinkling in the wrong place ever again.
If you truly use puppy pee pads for training purposes, they’re usually a means to an end, so if you don’t have a lot of dogs to deal with, it’s a lot easier to use these because you can just put them down, and toss them in the garbage when you’re done. Chances are, if you have new puppies and you’re planning on keeping them for the long haul, you’ll be able to settle with a sizable portion of reusable pads.
If you’re a professional dog handler, it’s probably going to be ideal for you to order washable pads in the long run. By professional dog handler, we mean someone who handles a large quantity of dogs on a consistent basis that need either care or training. You know who you are — you might be a veterinarian, one sells dogs to adopters, or a breeder. Whoever you are, it’s probably going to cost less in the long-term if you invest in some reusable pads.
Disposable pads are designed to be a short-term solution, so when you’re buying them over and over for a constantly rotating pack of puppies, it will certainly be more convenient, but you’ll find yourself paying more. If saving money is your goal, then you should pick out your favorite disposable puppy pad designs, and order some for the long haul!
Regardless of what kind of variety of pad you buy, you can’t go wrong with our puppy pee pads. These are indispensable tools for training dogs, and they will help any frustrated dog owner to fix an ongoing problem, or prevent one from ever forming in the first place. What are you waiting for? Browse our online store today!
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