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Do you know what a Male Dog Belly Bands is used for?

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 Having your male dog wear a belly band while you are housetraining him will prevent urine stains and odors on carpet and furniture, which helps in housebreaking because your dog will not be tempted to remark areas where he smells his scent. It’s a great tool also for new rescue dogs the help them when they are adjusting to their new home. Belly Bands can also be used for older dogs that may become incontinent and this will make life a little easier for your furry friend and you the lovely owner.To order your Male Belly Band click belowhttp://jjdiapers.ca/collections/male-belly-bands-style-1-2

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A Female Dog Diaper or Male Belly Band Can Help with Housetraining

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Generally, dog trainers recommend diapers or belly bands only for incontinent dogs or dogs in heat and not for housetraining. I think trainers are worried that people will use the diaper or belly bands as a crutch and end up not successfully housetraining the dog at all, which is a valid concern. However, I've found that the dog diaper and belly bands can be a really helpful aid if used as part of a complete house training program.

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How Belly Bands Work

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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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Rescue/Foster Dogs

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Rescue and foster dogs can come with numerous behavioral issues to resolve. We have no idea what they have been through in their lifetime. People assume that an adult dog is house trained but this is often not the case with rescue and foster dogs. Even if they have basic house training, insecurity and a change in environment can cause them to have accidents. Do not punish this behavior but instead give them a clear sign of where they ARE suppose to go.When a new dog enters your home it should be common practice to take the dog to this...

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My dog likes to lift his leg in the house!

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If you are having a problem with you dog marking in your home, you’re not alone , there are so many people that have this problem that is why we are here our Belly Bands can help your situation and frustration.

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