I think that there is an attractant in the pad, but you have nothing to loose. Petco is very easy to work with. Try a package of the PoochPads and if it doesn't work for you they will take them back at the store or you can send them back for a full refund. I'm not sure about a time limit, so you would have to check that out with them. I know this sounds like a commercial, but I am not affiliated with Petco in any way other than as a shopper.
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There are disposable pads with built in attractants for training purposes. One pro is that they really work. The con is that they are expensive, and your pet will urinate on them all day long. I do recommend that you start training your dog using the disposables with the attractant. Be sure to give positive reinforcement to your pet when she goes. In the house, you must remove all pet stains and scent from carpet and tile. If you are not able to remove the carpet, place the kennel (our pet sleeps in an open kennel), or pet bed, on top of the problem spot. I know this sounds crazy, but it worked with us during training. You'll have to monitor your pet during the day, for about a week, praising your dog every time she relieves herself on the pad. Give your pet a treat "bite" every time she goes out to do her business. The same applies to the pad. Pick a spot in the house to place the pad (like the restroom), and keep it there. Do not move it around the house. Training takes a little patience, but it will be worth the effort. Good luck.
answered 6 months ago
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