|Breed Size||All Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds|
|Material||Plastic||Cardboard / Paper||Cardboard / Paper||Cardboard / Paper||Plastic|
|Lifestage||All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages|
This fit in my kennel perfectly with the hope that it would hold the pad in place and my dog could not rip it up. It did not work as I had hoped. She was able to remove it from the holder. It is really a nice product, just didn't work for my use.
Horrible design, doesn’t hold the pad at all. If my 12 pound dog even walks over it, the pad crumples up. Total waste of money.
My dog wouldn’t use the pad in The training pad holder. So I don’t use it
I puppy a pad in it hoping I could get her to use it but she wouldn't. Money spent for nothing.
The dog just keep on tearing up the pee pad and it was harder to clean up but I cut some material a little bigger and now I use it as a tray for the puppies food.
It worked for like a day. But if your dogs a super chewer they will get the pad up and they will chew on the handles causing it to pop up. I mean I like the idea. It’s nice. I’m sure if your dog didn’t chew like mine does it works better. She does actually prefer to lay on it like a bed though than a pee pad. Maybe that’s why she tore it up. I don’t know.
This is a great idea, securing pee pads within a frame, but the execution needs to be improved. The latches on both ends do not secure the top of the frame to the bottom very well. The latches pop open way too easily. How tough can it be to design a better system. Make the improvements and you'll get 5 star ratings.
It doesn't take up too much space. It keeps the pad in place. My dog took to it right away.
Love it-so easy to change pad!
I absolutely LOVE them. I bought 2 for my Dachshund pups . They are fantastic. Yes once in a while they tear the pads up but mostly when they are frustrated about being pinned up. I let them know what they did was wrong and it works. I take them out to potty but always keep them in the house where they can find them and they use them keeps the accidents to a minimum.