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    Mama Doe Kerryyyy's Avatar
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    Default Puppy training pads in a litter tray??

    Someone mentioned this to me the other day. Is this a good idea??

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    wouldn't that get a bit expensive?

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    That's what I thought.

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    I buy puppy pads in the 99p shop I did this when Sebastian was neutered, he ate the pad

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    I tried it but Poppy just dug it up I use wood based cat litter for her now, the others have newspaper and hay because they don't usually dig we get the puppy pads from Argos but they have lasted us since before Christmas because I cut them in half as Poppy has a thing for peeing in corners but she's been pretty good so far this year

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    I use them because Abby chose to use the corner infront of the cuboard door as her toilet,
    It would not be convenient to have a litter tray there so a wee pad works well as the door opens over it.

    As for using them for training purposes, like its suggested for puppies, i dont suppose they would work like that.
    But for convenience i am a big user of puppy wee pads in certain places

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