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Should I be Using Diapers or Belly Bands for an Incontinent Dog?

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Older dogs that are becoming incontinent of urine, diapers or Belly Bands can make all the difference and allow your dog to go on living in your home, laying in all his favorite places and enjoying his old age, rather than being banished or a becoming a source of family upset due to those little accidents that would otherwise happen with increasing frequency.    

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Should I Be Using Diapers & Belly Bands On My Puppy?

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Puppy Female diapers and Male Belly bands can be helpful when house training your puppy and in the early days when you need to take him or her somewhere and don't want an accident.

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Avoiding Diaper & Belly Band Rash and Discomfort

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Just like babies, your dog's skin can become red, chafed and sore from contact with the diaper, belly band and get diaper rash from urine-soaked in the diaper and belly band. Make sure that the lining that you use is soft and absorbent. Make sure  are comfortable, not too tight that they will chafe the skin. Change the diaper, belly band every time the dog pees. Do not leave your dog in a wet diapers, belly band as it can be very uncomfortable. Female Doggy diapers & Male Belly bands are designed for only the collection of urine and are...

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Male Dog Belly Bands help prevent your dog from wetting the house!

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Belly Bands wrap around your dog’s tummy to prevent them marking, incontinence and housebreaking accidents.   Our Male Dog Belly Bands are made with a soft inner, are washable and can be  used over and over again. Male Belly Bands catch wetting accidents and remind your dog not to wet in the house. Male Belly Bands should be used with a disposable pad that can be bought from a grocery store or pharmacy. Using a pad helps keep your dog’s skin clean and dry. We have been making our Belly Bands for the past 10 years helping dogs and their...

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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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