|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Extra Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds|
|Material||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Microfiber, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Cotton, Natural Fabric||Cardboard / Paper|
|Closure Type||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||Adhesive||Hook & Loop|
These gave so much relief in leaving my dog in the house when we left. A little back story, we bought a brand new house. With the move, my male had a hard time adjusting to his new environment. Separation anxiety had him peeing every time we left the house. One of us had to stay with the dog at all times. We’d leave for 10 minutes or 60 minutes, it was the same every time. I was at my wits end. He tried chewing out of his crate and peeing in it too, so that wasn’t working. On a whim I bought these and they worked from the minute I put them on him! He’s never even messed in them yet. Just having them on makes him not pee at all!
I was really excited about these washable nappies so that I could save some money on the disposable type. I was extremely disappointed though as even though they were put on securely, they did not do a good job absorbing much at all. I still woke up in a puddle of my dog's urine and had to wash the bedding. I will still use them for shorter periods, but they were not as effective as I would've liked.
I’ve tried many different types, brands, and sizes of diapers and these are our favorite, so I bought a second pack so we’d always have some on hand! The Velcro is super duper strong, I was pleasantly surprised. That being said, here’s a tip, if you put a little shirt on as well so that it covers any extra Velcro, you won’t have to worry about it catching on other things. My dog is Houdini and he uses this method to wiggle under a blanket until it sticks on it and he can get it off. Actually, this is the only diaper we can keep on him, and we’ve even tried full body surgery recover suits and he got out of those more than these. I’d say these are for sure your best bet. They’re high quality, stand up to time, and cute too.
It's not a lot of money but these days everything counts. We were expecting a credit but it doesn't look like it happened.
Our dog suffered a spinal stroke. We were warned he may dribble etc. (initially we had to squeeze him to activate the bladder, but now he goes on his own). He seems to be doing better and is able to urinate outside, but when we didn't get him out in time, there was some leakage. These held up perfectly. We still use these at night for comfort (seems to help support his back) and prevent leaks. They wash easily. Love them!!!!!
We have only used these diapers so far, mainly because we know they work! But found that we had to cut the elastic off of one side and resew them because no matter what we did the elastic would cut into our dogs male part. Now that we modified the diapers they are even better! And doesnt cut into him at all! The velcro is truly a nightmare but we did switch to air drying and hopefully this will save the velcro a bit longer and also a good hack we found is to cut the fuzzy part down shorter and it started to work better.
I truly wasn't sure how to rate this...I mean, they are well made and appear they would do the necessary job but they are too wide for my boy who is barrel shaped...the length is fine, big but the velcro allows for that adjustment, but because of the width, they bunch up on him badly. I'm going to donate these to a local rescue because I'm sure they can use them :) NO issues at all with chewy.
My baby has bladder cancer and has a lot of accidents so I bought these to try. They are super absorbing and don’t leak!! The downfall is that the Velcro is very hard to separate when you get them stuck together for washing. You don’t use the whole strip of Velcro when on the dog. But to wash I close them to keep from sticking to anything. I have had to pull them apart by standing on them. Washing them and pulling them apart so much has seemed to wear the Velcro out enough that now they don’t stick enough to stay on the dog. His tail gets stuck in the unused part of the Velcro. I suggest hand washing and lay out to dry. My next pack I hope last longer than 4 months. It may be my fault for washing and drying that has caused the Velcro to wear out. But they are very good.
They fit well on my hound with with his barrel chest and tight tuck. He’s about 100# and I bought the large which fit his 19” waist perfectly. The material is soft and he seems comfortable. The Velcro is very sticky, maybe a bit too much. I wish they’d change the hook/loop and soft material so that the long strip is soft material and the smaller square adhesion was the hook/loop. With this design, what happens with the long strip of hook/loop is that it sticks to every thing in the laundry and trying to seal the hook/loop means it overlaps into the soft fabric of the band, abrading it. Tip: use incontinence pads to line the wrap. It extends their use and saves washing time. I put them side by side. Wrap over your dog carefully, the adhesive doesn’t stick tightly to the wrap. Use a poo bag to remove and dispose in trash.
Hey everyone! My dog Jinkies has been wearing belly wraps since 2017 when he had a very bad case of perennial hernia and was the 2nd dog on the books who was left urine incontinet! (That's ok at least I still have him) I have two complaints with this brand! As many of the other customers here I went through many different styles and brands in order to find what works for us. In order to get the correct size you measure the abdomen and select the size according to the provided size chart. This particular brand has Velcro issues. The first When you first start using these diapers the Velcro is so strong it's REALLY hard to unfasten but the more you use them the Velcro becomes almost useless, and you have to cut the building "fluff" on the Velcro or else it's just completely useless! The second issue with this brand is also with the Velcro! When the diaper fits properly the Velcro should cover itself from the smallest size listed to the largest size listed. This one has an extra five inches of the gripping side of the Velcro which not only picks up dirt string and such but my poor guy comes looking for me because his entire bed was attached to the darn diaper and he couldn't dislodge himself! It's good I was home when it happened poor guy looked soooo pathetic! Lol Unfortunately the maker of these particular diapers need to address their Velcro issues! Lastly, I keep reading that people expect these diapers to hold copious amounts of urine and none of the reusable diapers are going to hold that much urine! What you need to do is our base some "Poise Pads" to insert into the diaper. Now my guy needs to use 1/2 of a #6 absorbance pad which holds quite a bit of urine. Depending on your dogs problem will dictate how often you need to change the pad. Using the diapers this way I only need to change the pad a couple of times during the day. The poise manufacturer says you can leave the pad on for up to 12 hours but of course that depends on how much urine it needs to hold! I know that some people will say that defeats the purpose of the reusable diaper but to me it doesn't. Using them this way adds to the time you need to change the washable part (for me that's usually once in the morning after collecting the entire nights leakage!) This cuts down on the amount of times you need to rewash them. Also, I noticed that only one other customer pointed out that when you wash them be sure to fasten them first to reduce the chance that the get all tangled and attached together in the washer or dryer. It's also good to mention they handle a coup of bleach added to a large loaded of diapers provided you add it to the water and stir before adding the diapers to the wash and they arrive the dryer well with only minimal shrinkage! Hope these points help someone out! Blessings to All!