Dog Diapers

Diapers for dogs help with incontinence issues and offer the perfect solution for protecting your home from puppy accidents while training. They provide superior absorption and comfort and keep your home and furniture clean and urine-free. They're also a great solution for keeping your home protected from messes caused by female dogs while in heat. And for male dogs with control issues, there are wraps and diapers made just for them in either disposable or washable dog diapers. Simple Solution Disposable Diapers feature a secure fit that provides leakproof protection and a breathable outer layer for excellent comfort. And for the fashionable fur balls, there's Pet Magasin Reusable Dog Diapers that comes in three vibrant colors. Vet's Best Comfort-Fit Disposable Diapers for Female Dogs have a leak barrier, fur-safe fasteners, and re-position-able closures to give you the best fit for your female dog every time. Dogit Clean Disposable Diapers provide comfortable and reliable protection against leaks with convenient stick-on tabs that make the perfect fit quick and easy. Made just for male dogs, there are some washable, reusable wraps. Simple Solution Washable Male Wrap and Vet's Best Perfect-Fit Washable Wrap for Male Dogs are less intrusive yet are made to provide a custom fit for your male dog for leakproof protection. There are many reasons for dog incontinence, some that require medical attention. Your dog's incontinence could be caused by anything from medication side effects, weakened bladder from aging and a hormonal imbalance to more serious issues like urinary tract infections, urinary stones or prostate disease. So it's important that you see your veterinarian when regular incontinence begins, even if your pup is only displaying slight symptoms.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Diapers

What are dog diapers and wraps used for?

A dog diapers and wraps are used for absorbing accidents from male dogs with urinary incontinence. Also known as belly bands, belly wraps or male wraps, they are less confining than diapers and a good choice for older dogs, younger dogs potty training, and those who exhibit marking behaviors. They come in in a range of sizes to fit all dog breeds. Choose from disposable or washable, reusable types.

How often do you change dog diapers?

Change dog diapers often to avoid unwanted smells, skin irritation and rashes from trapped moisture. You should change your dog's diaper any time she fully urinates or messes in them. If you use quality dog diapers, minor urine leakage and spotting will stay safely absorbed and away from the skin for longer, allowing for longer times between changes. Be sure to change diapers at least once a day to prevent irritation and ensure good hygiene.

How do you get dog diapers to stay on?

Get dog diapers to stay on by choosing the right size and type for your pup. Dog diapers fall off or are pulled off more often when they are uncomfortable or do not fit properly. Choose a dog diaper that is adjustable and comfortable for your dog to wear and fasten it according to the package directions. There are many styles and designs of dog diapers, so you may have to experiment with different types to find the best fit. Male dogs with urinary incontinence may feel more comfortable with a male wrap or belly band instead of a full diaper. Choosing a lightweight diaper may help it stay on better, too.

How do I make my dog comfortable with diapers and wraps?

Make your dog comfortable with diapers and wraps by using positive reinforcement. Give your dog treats and praise when you first put on the diaper and try to distract him with play if he tries to get the diaper off. It may take a while for your dog to get used to wearing diapers, so be patient and supportive as your dog makes the transition. Make sure the canine diapers you have chosen fit well and are fastened securely, as comfort and fit play a big role in how comfortable your dog feels wearing diapers.