$10.99 to $34.99
Original Pooch Pads - quickly absorbs 4 times its weight without soaking through. Great for puppies and home-alone dogs.
Small: 17" x 23"
Medium: 20" x 27"
Large: 30" x 32"
"Works for a large sensitive kitty"
"Works for my cat! 5+yrs now. One of my cats stopped using the litter boxes. He's healthy, and the vet thought he may not feel comfortable in even a large litter box. Put down one on the floor next to an ""accident"". He love it. It eventually moved to beside the litter boxes. Have to put a fold on one side so he centers himself. They get washed two-three at a time on delicate. Since my dryer ages them quickly, they are hung to dry. The pads have lasted for a least 2yrs with a total of 6 being available. While it means more laundry, it is so much better than litter and the messes. "
"Perfect for the Puppies"
I bought these pads for my 2 yorkie puppies and they have worked wonderful. The breeder that we got the puppies from recommended them and we are pleased. They wash up nicely but need to be dried on medium heat. My puppies are 12 weeks old and used them well. I would recommend them.
I have used these with 3 and 7 lb pups for 5 years now. We use them in a three sided litter box to eliminate any leak through that may occur. One pup is a male so we clip the ends of the pads up the side so it works for him too. I change the pads daily and this works great for these mostly inside pups. The only reason they are not a 5 star is the leakage. I do not put them in the dryer and they have lasted for years. I wipe down the litter box daily with a Clorox wipe and we are scent free! I suggest the litter box with the access opening for these pads or a metal tray underneath, simple enough to do.
"Not worth the money"
I bought the two pack recently for $19.99. I have a little Pomeranian puppy. The pads leaked the very first time I used them. They seem too thin to be much use before washing. I'm thinking they need to fix this design by making them thicker and liquid proof on the back-side. Just a thought.
"does better if doubled, so get extras"
my dog had to be on pain and anti-inflammatory medicine for about a month. during this time, the meds made her drink excessively, and of course, she had to relieve herself more. she is 6 yrs old and is very well housebroke and never has accidents inside, but on the meds she wasnt able to tell soon enough when she needed out. she had several accidents, (urine), in front of the door, because if i didnt see her right when she went to the door it was too late. so i got the poochpads since they were washable/reusable, but at first i was slightly disappointed with them. the urine DID actually leak through some, not real bad, but enough to dampen the floor. so i started puting a pad on top of another pad to keep the urine from leaking through until she was off her meds. this worked so much better and i wasnt so disappointed with them anymore.