They can help eliminate odor and make for much easier cleanup and low maintenance. Still, they also help reinforce outside training by incorporating the same grass they use into the process. No matter if your dog is young or super old, potty pads are a way to reduce accidents.
How Do I Train My Dog To Pee On The Grass Pad?
If your little pooch needs to potty inside, a dog grass pad is a way to go. Let your pup explore the Loobani grass pee pad first without forcing him to use it. Be patient and consistent. It's often helpful to place your dog's old pee pad on or under the grass mat. Until your pup is comfortable.
Are Grass Patches Good For Dogs?
A grass patch is fit for puppies and senior dogs alike. It can even be a great training tool for young dogs, as it will get them accustomed to going to the bathroom on grass instead of your kitchen floor.
How Do I Stop My Fake Grass From Smelling Of Dog Urine?
If your artificial grass is giving off a dog pee smell, you need to deodorize those areas to eliminate the odor. Start by hosing off the area with a garden hose. Then, mix an equal solution of white vinegar and clean water. Spray the area with this solution and rinse with fresh water. Lastly, dry it thoroughly.
How To Clean Fake Grass Pee Pad?
Start by hosing off the grass mat with a garden hose. Then, mix a vinegar solution of equal parts of white vinegar and fresh water. Spray the turf with this solution and rinse with clean water. Vinegar is a non-toxic, natural deodorizer that is safe for dogs
How Often Should You Wash The Dog Grass Pad?
You can clean according to how active your pet is. For better experience and cleanliness, besides picking up the poop daily, we recommend you wash the lawn three times a week to keep them smelling fresh.
How Long Should You Replace The Artificial Grass Pee Pads?
Artificial grass must be replaced regularly, usually every two to four weeks. Lots of our customers replace their grass patches every two weeks. We recommend a weekly replacement schedule for dogs who rely heavily on Loobani Dog Grass Pee Pad. In contrast, those who use the grass less frequently and who keep it clean often and thoroughly can replace the grass every two months.
How Do I Train My Dog To Pee On The Grass Pads?
Choose a dedicated Loobani grass patch potty spot. Make your dog explore the Loobani grass pee pad without forcing him to use it. Be patient and consistent. Offer some rewards (praise, petting, treats) as intended. Never scold or punish your dog. If your dog misses the lawn, be patient.
1. Reward Immediate Use
Lots of puppies and adult dogs instinctively take to the Loobani dog grass pee pad, so get ready to present verbal praise and a treat instantly to reinforce their correct behavior. Ensure you observe your dog the first few times he uses Loobani Patch. Some dogs may try to destroy the tray or rip up the grass.
2. Set a Routine
Set and follow a routine. For example, take your puppy/dog to potty on the Loobani artificial grass patch after your dog wakes up in the morning, before and after meals, playtime, naps, and bedtime. Puppies have small bladders and typically need to potty every 4 hours. If your pup doesn't go within 5 minutes, attempt again in about 15 minutes. When successful, award your dog enthusiastically and give some treats.
3. Watch Potty-Time Signs
Between potty breaks, watch for signs your dog needs to go‐‐coming to a sudden halt, circling, sniffing reliably, or dropping his bottom. If you see him about to go, distract him and take him back to his Loobani artificial turf mat as quickly as possible.
4. Use The Leash
To associate the Loobani dog graa pad with the outdoors:
● Walk your dog over to the Loobani Patch on a leash.
● When your dog goes, reward him with a brief walk outside.
● Use the same verbal cues and treats as used outside. If that doesn't work, walk your dog over to Loobani dog potty whenever you bring him inside from a walk.
● Keep walking your dog at least once daily so he knows Loobani Patch is not a substitute for a fun walk with you.
5. Attract With Scents
If your puppy/dog is having trouble, move his urine onto the Loobani premium porch potty using a paper towel; or set a piece of soiled pee pad under the dog lawn. Another technique involves having a friend's dog "go" on the Loobani grass pee pads so your dog can get the hang of it. Repeat this process if needed. Pheromone sprays are available in your local pet stores or on Amazon to attract dogs to potty spots. A well-trained dog may not believe he got your permission to use Loobani grass potty grass in the house. Such a dog will require extra encouragement and motivation before he accepts that Loobani dog turf potty has your seal of approval.