|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Material||Natural Fabric, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester, Cotton, Vinyl / PVC||Natural Fabric, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester, Cotton, Vinyl / PVC||Natural Fabric, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester, Cotton, Vinyl / PVC||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult, Senior, All Lifestages|
|Potty Feature||Unscented, Washable||Unscented, Washable||Unscented, Washable||Unscented, Washable||Unscented, Washable, Non-Skid Bottom|
Very slippery on hard floors. Slippery on non slip hard floors. Ok when used on carpet, but be careful of them rucking up, as it’s easy to trip. I should’ve noticed that it didn’t say any thing about the pads being non slip and I took it for granted that they would be safe. I didn’t return them as I needed them right away and I’d already opened them. I’m hoping to find a non slip backing to sew on. My dogs were rescues and are now elderly.
The extra large Lenny pads are made of a soft white fabric. My dogs have no problem using them. I highly recommend them. The smaller plaid pads have a smoother, tighter woven fabric that the dogs do not like, and do not use. I would not recommend them.
Our 13 year old Corgi has a problem with his back legs thus has an occasional accident in the house, We purchased the Potty Pads with the expectation that they would be if help. We found that they didn't work as described and they frequently bunched up creating a tripping hazard.
I use these to cover the dog beds. Because my Deerhounds love to scratch off all coverings, I use sheet clips to keep them on the beds and not bunched up on the floor. Great pads!
It gives her more space to use.
I have three of these and hey have held out the longest of all I have tried. I need a larger size Chewy. Get larger ones, ok.
After the first wash the fabric started to ball up and peal. It is inconvenient drying process.
I have a senior dog who occasionally has accidents when I am gone, so I have been using washable pads for while now. After one wash, this was totally useless. Came home yesterday to find that my dog had peed on the pad (as she was supposed to) and it leaked through to the bed it was covering, which means now the dog bed is ruined. I have had numerous different types of pads in the past and this is the first time I have had one rendered useless after one wash.
I love the convenience of the washable pads and I eventually want to buy more. I should have gotten white since that is the color of my disposable pads. The dogs were confused, thinking they were rugs and shouldn't pee on them. A little work switching disposable with the new pads finally solved the problem. Well worth the time and money...
I purchased these pads in hopes of keeping my carpet dry underneath... I have large dogs that excrete large amounts of pee. They are pretty to look at and washable but I may as well have nothing down... don't waste your hard earned dollars on this product!