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When to Use Female Dog Diapers & Male Belly Bands

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The most important thing to consider about Female dog diapers and Male Belly Bands is that they are not an alternative to house training. Unless medically indicated, they are for short term use only. Female Dog diapers and Male Belly Bands are primarily for incontinent dogs. These dogs have a medical condition that makes it impossible to control their bladder. Usual causes for incontinence are advanced age, hormonal imbalance or physical abnormalities. Incontinent dogs benefit greatly from dog diapers and belly bands because the diapers and belly bands keep the dog and its bedding clean and dry. Some incontinent dogs...

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How Belly Bands Work

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How Belly Bands Work

Male Dog Wraps or Belly Bands are used for marking or incontinence in male dogs.A Belly Band is placed around a dog’s belly just in front of his hind legs. A Belly Band fits over a dog’s penis and is used in conjunction with adult incontinence pads (Poise, Attends, etc.). The light pressure on the dog’s belly is often discomfort enough to discourage a dog lifting his leg and marking. If a dog does mark the urine is trapped in the pad which you just dispose of, avoiding messy cleanups. Another advantage is that dogs don’t usually like feeling wet...

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What breeds use diapers without the tail opening?

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What breeds use diapers without the tail opening?

We make Female washable dog diapers without a tail hole, These are perfect for dogs that have small tails such as French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, English Bulldogs and more. No more leaking through the open tail hole.

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Yes you can house train your dog with a Female dog diaper or a Male Belly Band!

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Yes you can house train your dog with a Female dog diaper or a Male Belly Band!

The Female dog diaper and Male belly bands are useful just put it on your dog and remove it when your dog is ready to go outside I trained my 8 week old Cocker Spaniel in two weeks. When I saw that he was going to pee in the Belly Band I took him to the door took off the Belly band and sent him outside and that is where he did his business once he came in I put the Belly band back on. I never had any messes in my house and he soon learned that he didn’t...

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Belly Bands For Rescue Dogs

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Belly Bands For Rescue Dogs

Our Belly Bands were designed for the male dog but we have found that it’s a great tool to help with a male rescue dog and the new parent. When a male dog is placed in a new home and with new people, he is unsure of his new surrounds and the only thing he can think of doing is start marking his territory. This is very infuriating for his new parents so for this reason we offer Male Belly Bands this very affordable product can help save your home, dog's life and the parents sanity. 

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