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Things to Consider when Buying Female Dog Diapers & Male Belly Bands

Posted by Filomena Putrus at

When you are considering buying dog diapers, this is probably going to be for one of three reasons. 1- you could be considering short term use for a younger dog during house training or for a dog recuperating from an operation or illness who cannot go outside to urinate. Other short-term use situations might include vacations like a hotel stay, family or a friend home. 2- You could be considering using one for an older dog who is becoming incontinent or for a younger dog that suffers from urinary incontinence when excited or who scent marks inside the house. 3-...

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Is you dog being territoriality

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Dog being territoriality is not always a bad thing, but it is definitely bad for your home, because it involves urination around things or places that “belong” to the dog; exposure to the scent later can also trigger re-marking. To help prevent this from happening in your home or better yet in someone else home you should consider having your dog wear a Belly Band.

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How Male Dog Belly Bands Work?

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The garment is lined with a soft shell fabric and secured around the dog's waist with a Velcro closure. When the animal attempts to lift his leg and urinate, the band prevents the urine from escaping, and it is drawn into disposable pad. At clean up time, the pad is thrown away and replaced with a fresh one. If the outer shell is damp, it will be necessary to rinse it and allow it to dry before further use. For this reason, it's best to have at least two bands on hand so you'll always have a clean, dry band...

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What is the differences between belly band and the diaper?

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Both of these products have the same purposes. It’s just the way they fit so the Diaper is made for the Female dog and the Belly Band is for the Male dog.

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Rescue/Foster Dogs

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Rescue and foster dogs can come with numerous behavioural issues to resolve. We have no idea what they have been through in their lifetime. People assume that an adult dog is housetrained but this is often not the case with rescue and foster dogs. Even if they have basic housetraining, insecurity and a change in environment can cause them to have accidents. Do not punish this behaviour 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 spot once...

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