EZwhelp 36" (Round, Circular Shape) Machine Washable, Reusable Pee Pad/Quilted, Fast Absorbing Dog Whelping Pad/Waterproof Puppy Training Pad/Housebreaking Absorption Pads
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- Swimming pool NOT included with this purchase.
- Laminated pads are the best environmental fit for low energy demand and impact.
- Designed to maximize absorbency and minimize leaks. Waterproof bottom.
- Long life durability through many normal wash cycles.
- Brown stain-resistant top facing. White textured barrier (bottom side). Use with brown side UP.
Product detailsSize:36" Round
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 30.48 x 28.58 x 3.81 cm; 21.26 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 February 2019
- Manufacturer : Ezwhelp
- ASIN : B00JZBG13U
- Manufacturer reference : Vi36R
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Absorbent EZwhelp pads are specially designed to wick moisture from the top quilted surface down into the soaker layer. The bottom side of the pad is coated with a waterproof barrier and brushed fabric. Lamination technology assures functionality while maintaining environmentally sound performance. Use these pads for puppy whelping, puppy training, and/or furniture protection. Fluids are absorbed and held for laundering. Washable puppy pads save you money and are good for our planet. Your real cost for these pads is pennies on a per-use basis. Save money, save the environment, and be good to your puppy or incontinent senior dog. Swimming pool is NOT included with this purchase.
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I bought this to go in my foster kitten "playpen" for my orphaned babies. The first few weeks prior to learning to use a litterbox and control bowel/bladder can be...messy...and with previous litters I either did a LOT of laundry (towels) or went through a bajillion disposable potty pads. With this guy as the bottom liner of the pen I've been able to spot clean a lot of messes and if it's too icky to just spot clean I can toss it in the washer and it cleans up perfectly. It's also soft which makes me happy because these little guys already dont have soft and warm mom there, they don't need to be on crinkley plasticy potty pads to boot.
The other big bonus for this has been that as they've gotten bigger and things like litter/kibble/water are in there with them I don't get the gross buildup of "wet squishy kibble clay litter paste" in the zipper/channel of the pens zippered bottom. This alone would be reason enough to buy this because seriously, eww.
I bought the same size diameter (or closest size) pad as my 8 sided zippered playpen and there is a bit of the pad that folds up against the side (circle pad, straight edged playpen) but it's not a ton and generally doesn't get pulled up or in the way.
In summary...You will not regret this purchase if you are:
A. Someone who doesn't hate convenient and reusable things
B. Looking for something easy to clean (spot or launder)
C. Happy to own quality items that make gross-ish thing a little less terrible to deal with
For the price the quality is fantastic and I will absolutely be buying more mainly for the convenience of having another to put down while the first is being washed.
I am a very happy customer!
I actually ended up making my own version with quilted fabric from Joanns and edging it with some cotton fabric. The homemade version is a little thicker and more cotton surface verses the EZwhelp is thinner and more of a felt synthetic surface. Both work equally well. Making one myself was a lot cheaper but took a little time. I feel like having 3-4 to rotate through is a good idea so I can always have a clean one and a couple to wash together. In the first couple weeks you want to change the mat about once a day and then as they get older (2-4 weeks) it needs more like twice a day. By week 4-6 you need to change it 3 times a day. So you can see how having several is a good idea.