Dog Diapers - Top Paw Designer Dog Diaper | Potty Training | PetSmart

Top Paw Designer Dog Diaper | Potty Training | PetSmart
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From my computer I have looked at PetSmart's offer of doggy diapers for incontinence and/or heat cycle protection for carpets, etc. around the house. The reviews are mixed and not to encouraging. Also the reviews are from every other breed but poodles.
Dog Diapers - Top Paw Designer Dog Diaper | Potty Training | PetSmart
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If you’re like me and don’t have a lot of time on your hands, you can save yourself a lot of trouble if you just buy diapers for dogs at PetSmart. They’re just like Pampers (disposable) but for your Pup. Simple Solution makes some good ones.
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Donna from Springfield, MOOur miniature Dachshund had the same problem. We went to Petsmart (any pet supply store will work) and purchased an actual dog diaper. I think we paid around $5 for it. It's made out of different material so you're able to wash it. I didn't know if you already knew about Petsmart so I thought I would help.If you go to a store like PetsMart they do sell doggie diapers that are used for the dogs monthly cycle. They're in expensive and they usually have cute designs, like camouflage or the bandanna looking ones.There are doggie coverups at petsmart that I put pads in. They also sell dog diapers. I purchased another diaper online and made one. Kyrah is incontient so I have become very educated on diapers. I ordered the xl one from petsmart and had to alter them. It is usually 3 weeks. Also the heat cycle comes approx every 6 months.Petco and Petsmart both sell diapers for dogs. I would buy two when she goes into heat - hard to buy them in advance since you won't know her size. I suggest the ones with the netting inside, don't bother with the ones with a plastic layer and replaceable pads, they always end up falling out.Oh wow, those pants are so cute! And a lot cheaper than the ones I've been buying at Petsmart which are $20! And why are doggie diapers so outrageous? I paid twenty dollars for 12 until I got smart and bought people diapers and just cut a hole for the tail. Thanks for the link. I'll probably buy her a few more of those to keep from washing so often.