Doggy Diapers in CT

Before my German Shepherd “Holly” was spayed she and I got to experience several cycles of her coming into heat. I’d had cats all my life and was no stranger to that feline phenomenon. However, the canine version was much more than I ever bargained for. I can sum it up in one word: B-L-O-O-D. It got on my furniture, on my rug and other places I’d rather not recall. So before making the decision not to breed her I opted to fit her in doggy diapers.

These worked fairly well as long as she’d keep them on. And doggy diaper technology has gotten better in the last few years. The most important thing to take note of when considering whether or not to use them is fit.

In a related article by <> found here at the author recommends experimenting with fit by trying both diapers made for dogs and those made for humans. Naturally, the human version requires some modification if your pooch’s tail is going to swing freely.

Doggy diapers are also helpful for dogs recovering from surgery for urinary issues and even for potty-training, in some cases.

As with any other canine-related topic you need more information about the best course of action is to consult with your dog’s veterinarian. Best of luck to you and your lady pup and may your days be as blood-free as possible.

When canine potty-training requires a less medical approach be sure to contact your local Bridgeport, Fairfield, New Haven and Stamford, Connecticut Off Leash K9 Training professionals. We’re nearby and have the expertise to address a myriad of canine behavioral challenges additional to potty training, including food aggression, dog aggression, obedience and much more.