What’s the difference between pee pads and wee pads!?
Nothing, actually... they’re both used to describe an absorbent piece of paper that your dog can do their “business” on. Unfortunately, using pee or wee pads for potty training can actually pose issues for you and your pup in the long run. Here are the top 3 reasons to avoid using pee or wee pads.
Shower mats are a common ‘accident’ area for dogs trained with pads because dogs simply don’t understand the difference between the two. It’s not unlikely for pets to start peeing on carpets, floor mats, hardwood floors, and any other synthetic surface within the home, because that is the material you have trained them it’s ‘OK’ to potty on.
Can we also talk about your dog’s tendency to tear up their wee pads? Nothing is worse than inviting guests into your home and finding shredded pee pads everywhere.