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Whether your dog has a leaky bladder or your little girl is in heat, a diaper is definitely the best solution for dogs bladder related problems. But in order to take complete advantage of this amazing solution, you first need to find the right diaper for your canine companion.



If you’re buying dog diapers, dog incontinency is probably your main reasons. Urinary incontinence is a condition in which your dog suffers from the uncontrollable or involuntary leaking of urine from the bladder.


Dogs are territorial by nature and marking is their way of protecting their territory, family and belongings. Dogs mark territory to make the environment smell like home. They mark objects they feel belong to them or anything else they are possessive about.
Submissive Urination In Dogs And How To Prevent It
Does your dog pee a little bit when he is in trouble, excited, aroused or intimidated? What looks like a housebreaking problem is actually known as submissive urination which is quite common behavioral problem in shy and timid dogs.

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When a female dog is coming into heat, pet owners usually either panic a little or pretend the situation isn’t happening and treat their dog as they normally do. Neither reaction is the right one.

Here are some DOs and DON’Ts for parents of dogs in heat.

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A lot of our customers have questions about potty training their dogs. One of the questions we frequently get is about intact, older male dogs who are turning up on furniture. There is a very big difference between a puppy squatting and peeing in a puddle on the floor, and an older male dog peeing on things like furniture, doorways and clothing. One is a potty training issue, the other is a marking issue.


With that said, here are 5 things you can do to stop your dog from marking.



If your dog has just come into heat, here are some things you should know to help both of you get through it.



Living with an incontinent dog can be very messy and frustrating. Beyond the awful smells and stains, there’s also the unexpected puddles on the floor that are just waiting to be slipped on.

Learn what causes incontinence and how you can manage the situation.

While traveling with your dog can be a lot of fun, it can also be stressful for them. Careful planning and some common sense will ensure you and your dog can enjoy everything your summer vacation has to offer.

A result of such things as spinal injuries and intestinal disorders, fecal incontinence causes a dog to lose control of his bowel movements. Needless to say, this medical issue is very distressing for both the dog and the owner. Find out things you can do about it.

Dog breeding is a wonderful and exciting endeavor. But it can also be overwhelming and confusing learning everything required to keep your female dog happy and healthy. 

Female dogs exhibit some fairly obvious signs when they are ready. If you watch closely and notice her body changes and behavior, you’ll know exactly when she is ready.

Have you noticed your female dog suddenly dribbling urine while walking up a flight of stairs or in her sleep? Urinary incontinence is fairly common in middle-aged and older spayed female dogs. While you may assume that incontinence is just something that happens in old age and there’s nothing that can be done about it, it is often an easy problem to solve.

When a cat goes to the bathroom outside of their litterbox, there is always a reason for it. This reason could be medical or it could be behavioral. We'll discuss some of the most common symptoms and treatments of urine incontinence in cats.

Having cats as pets can be wonderful. But cats can also exhibit unwanted behaviors from time to time. Find out why cats spray in the house and how you can stop it.

Cats are designed to be able to thrive and survive in a variety of different situations. Because of this, they have adapted to use water very efficiently. Their bodies will squeeze out every last ounce of moisture from their food so they do not have to drink as much water as other animals, such as dogs. This makes surviving in the wild, without always having easy access to a clean water supply, far easier. It also, however, makes their urine super concentrated and darker than most animals. This concentration makes cat urine particularly pungent.

Like people, dogs can and do experience gastrointestinal (GI) upset from time to time and/or chronic digestive disorders. These disorders affect the dog’s stomach and intestines resulting in discomfort for your dog and messy cleanups for you. Find out some of the most common GI disorders and how they may be treated.

Want to know whether disposable or washable dog diapers make more sense for your home? Read our latest blog post to find out.

Elderly cats and those experiencing an illness often miss getting to their litter box on time. In these situations, cat diapers are a great option as they keep your home clean from urine and feces while allowing your cat to freely roam.

When you have a male dog who is experiencing some kind of urinary incontinence, either from a physical impairment or behavioral issue, he doesn’t require a whole diaper. In these instances, a belly band, which is also known as a belly wrap or a male dog wrap, keep the urine contained.

Find out some of the most common uses for dog belly bands.

Wondering how to make dog diapers stay on? These tips will keep your house clean and your dog happy.

More and more people are recognizing that dog diapers and belly bands can help add quality to their dog’s life, while saving their own furniture and sanity. Here are some common uses for dog diapers and belly bands.

Make sure your dog has a safe and healthy winter season by following these important guidelines.

As awesome as the holidays can be with your fur baby, they can sometimes be a source of stress. This is particularly true with elderly dogs, or when traveling with your dog. Here are some ways dog diapers can come in handy and make your holidays even merrier.

If you’ve never used a dog diaper or belly band before, you may be wondering what the difference between the two is. Keep reading to find out what these pet products are and how they can benefit you and your fur babies.

Cat diapers give ill and elderly cats the freedom to roam around the house without risk of damaging your floor, rugs, or furniture with urine or feces.

Antler dog chews are the natural, healthy, safer choice for your fur baby. Find out what makes these chew toys better than the rest.

Are you wondering if it’s okay to give antler dog chews to your best furry friend?Yes, it is more than okay… PROVIDED YOU GIVE THEM THE RIGHT ONES! In this article, we'll talk about which antler chews are high quality and very safe for your dog, and which should be avoided at all costs.

Antler chews are popular dog treats and you’ve probably seen them sold in your local pet store. But what are they exactly, are they good for your dog, and what is the difference between split and whole antler chews?

We’re glad you asked.

Dog Diaper Buying Tips

Cats are wonderful pets that offer years of loving companionship to us humans, without demanding much time or even maintenance. Unfortunately, with age they tend to develop certain health problems like incontinent. Urinary or bowel incontinent can be a smelly and uncomfortable experience for your feline as well as yourself.


Whether it is medically recommended or your pooch is just undergoing house training, doggy diaper is the perfect way to take care of your furry friend’s business. Diapers are easy, safe and an extremely convenient way to give your dog, freedom to wander around the house while keeping the mess to a minimum.