Lola Bean Washable Pet Training Pads - Regular by by Lola Bean
Lola Bean's Washable Pet Training Pads are an enviornmentally friendly alternative to disposbale potty training pads. These eco-friendly pads feature a super absorbent inner layer that traps fluid and prevents any leak-through with a vinyl backing.
- Soft quilted top layer
- Super-absorbent inner layer traps fluid
- Leak-proof vinyl backing
- Machine-washable & dryer safe
- Regular pads: 18" x 20"
Eliminate the pressures of housebreaking with these pet training pads that teach your pets the proper places to relive themselves.
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Love them (as much as you can love a pee pad). Way better for the environment than disposables, not to mention safer for the pups (2 yorkies), as they can tear apart disposables and ingest them. They also look much nicer than having a white paper pad w/ pee marks all over it. Have been looking for them online and in stores, just to see if I can find more of them. They wash up well - just remember NO fabric softener. We've been using them for about two months and still look great. I'd highly recommend them. Also, the size 24x24 is just right for us, as it's works well for two small dogs (we change them daily) and fits perfectly at the end of the dog crate/run. (By the way - I do keep an old towel underneath it to protect the hardwood floors - not because they leak, but because on occasion the dogs like to "go" right on the edge of the pad.)