PuppyPad Blog

  • The Only House Training Schedule you need!

    Start out with potty breaks about every three or four hours to house train a dog in seven days. Bigger and older dogs can increase time intervals m...
  • Start puppy-proofing your home before your puppy arrives!

    Puppy-proofing 101, what is it? Consider it from the standpoint of bringing a crawling infant or toddler into your house. They desire to discover n...
  • Common Puppy Training Mistakes New Owners Make!

    When you become a puppy parent, you will be responsible for teaching your puppy basic instructions and more in order to help them grow into well-b...
  • STOP using potty pee pads! Here's why...

    Disposable potty pee pads have been a general addition to a pets life but we all know how us pet owners have been through all the hassle with dispo...
  • helping your female dog deliver puppies? – Whelping 101

    Whelping 101 The process of a pregnant dog giving birth to ‘Whelps,' or new-born pups, is known as whelping puppies. The interval between your dog ...
  • How to wash your reusable pee pad?

    It's vital to know how to keep washable toilet pads from stinking once you've opted to use them for your dog. The first thing you ...
  • Reusable Pee Pads vs Disposable Pee Pads

    What are reusable pee pads? Reusable puppy training pads are exactly what their name suggests: potty training pee pads for puppies that can be reus...
  • Size
    Size (CM)
    Size (Inches)
    Perfect For
  • S
    40 x 60
    16 x 24
    Small Dogs
  • M
    70 x 80
    28 x 31
    Medium Dogs
  • L
    80 x 90
    31 x 35
    Large Dogs

washing machine instructions


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insert laundry detergent. (no bleach)


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wash on regular cycle. (warm water)


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dry on medium heat or air dry

do not use bleach or fabric softener, they can affect the absorbency of the puppypad