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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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Using Female Dog Diapers Or Male Belly Bands for an Incontinent Dog.

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It’s always best to establish the cause of the incontinence before putting any dog in diapers. Your vet is the best to advise you in this matter. As you could potentially be attributing the cause to loss of bladder control when in fact, it may be a urinary infection that should not be left untreated. However, older dogs that are becoming incontinent of urine, using a Female dog diapers or a Male Belly Band can make all the difference and allow your dog to go on living in your home, laying in all of their favorite places.

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Avoid Dog Diaper & Belly Band Rash and Discomfort

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Just like human babies, your dog's skin can become red, chafed and sore from contact with the diaper or belly band and get diaper rash from urine-soaked diapers or belly band. Make sure that using a good, soft and absorbent pad a really good one we suggest is the adult pois pads also make sure that the elasticised areas are comfortable, and are not too tight that they will chafe the skin. Change the diaper or belly band every time the dog pees. Do not leave him or her in a wet and discomfort Diaper or Belly Band. Female Doggy...

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Male Dogs and House Accidents

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Does your male dog lift his leg in the house? Is your home taking on the unpleasant smell of urine? If you're having problems with your pet soiling your home, you’re not alone. Frustrated owners find themselves in the position of having to choose between their family's health and their love for their dog. While proper training is the most effective way to avoid such a situation, some dogs are undoubtedly more difficult to train than others. There is a product on the market that is designed to help male dogs with this problem and it’s called the belly band....

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