Can be convenient: You can place pee pads anywhere. In many cases, it may also be quicker and more easily accessible to get to a pee pad, rather than outside or all the way down the elevator, before an accident happens. For example, if you are mobility impaired or live on an upper floor of a tall apartment building, it’s much easier to get your puppy to their pee pad area than make the long trip downstairs to get them outside.
Easy clean-up: Like a diaper, they soak up the mess and you can simply toss them in the trash. Or you can buy reusable, washable ones.
Creates a potty spot: Pet pee pads can encourage your puppy to potty in the right place with built-in attractant. You can also purchase potty attractant spray to use on your dog’s porch potty, and even use it to encourage your dog to go potty in certain parts of the yard over others. Pee pads or dog litter boxes create an appropriate potty area in your puppy’s long-term confinement zone, helping your puppy learn to go to the bathroom away from their sleeping area.
Weather friendly: For all those times when it’s just downright nasty out and the idea of taking your dog out to potty makes you want to cry, pee pads give your dog an indoor bathroom option. Some pups have a hard time going potty outside in inclement weather because they’re uncomfortable or distracted. No trip outside necessary for pee pad trained pups.