Toileting puppies, Rescues, seniors and poorly dogs
It can be really hard to begin a toilet traininhg regime, especially if your a first time puppy or dog owner, have rescued a dog, have a senior dog or have an unwell dog.
Puppy pads cause so much chaos and stress and can be damaging when chewed.
The Do No Harm Dog Training and Behaviour Handbook has fantastic protocols for toilet training and is available in paperback or ebook form from Amazon https://amzn.to/3PhC74z which is bursting with information for lots of training protocols.
I recently did a blog on Doggy Enrichment Lands based upon the Do No Harm Dog Training and Behaviour Handbook and Linda recommends the use of sod instead of pads. Including a link for our US based friends. For the UK we now have City Doggo! This means you can get sod and a tray as often as you like on a subscription basis, a one off, a wooden box for permanent use as well as care instructions. I found them for my small animal family as they use three types of grass for small animals to eat and enjoy as we're past the puppy stage.
But we may need their patches in the future, so if you can't always get to the door quick enough be it for your puppy, rescue, senior or dog recovering from surgery or an illness look at City Doggo and see if this is something that you and your family would benefit from!
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