Clumping Dog litter for pregnant mother dogs, puppies & small breed dogs or stay at home dogs with health issues (seniors).100% organic fibers, smells purely of nature and enhances dog's acceptance with minimum training.Hygienic, Germ free, Dust free protects your sensitive dog's respiratory passage & organs. Anti Microbial, prevents unpleasant odors from forming, for the longest
Advantages that make an impression
- The ideal addition to taking the dog out to ‘do its business’:
You can still go – whenever you need to!
- Dog-friendly comfort – round the clock!
- Super absorbent, stops odours
- Thanks to JRS-ORGANICFIBRE-TECHNOLOGY: The natural ODOUR and GERM TRAP
- 100% biodegradable, compostable
- Very efficient and economical thanks to the formation of clumps
- Soiled clumps can be disposed of in a normal household toilet! *
- Easy to handle
- Fast acceptance and adaptation
DOG’S BEST Instructions for use
Fill the litter tray 5-6 cm deep with DOG’S BEST and familiarise your dog with it by sitting it in the tray, or better still, let the dog discover the tray for itself.
Cleaning the litter tray
To clean the litter tray, simply remove the clumped particles with a special shovel. (Dispose of in accordance with local regulations in the normal household refuse or domestic toilet). A complete change of litter is only necessary when a lasting odour develops.
Tips for the right disposal of the cat litter in the toilet:
- Be sure to check your local disposal regulations!
- Very important: only put single clumps into the household toilet!!!
- Do not dispose of more than one clump at a time, please.
- Only put single clumps into a household toilet. Allow the clump to dissolve before flushing until the material has been washed away completely.
Tips from Dog Pro!
Familiarsation with DOG’S BEST and the litter tray
The familiarisation with the litter tray can be best trained during puppyhood. Just as your puppy or young dog gets used to ‘doing their business’ outdoors, so they can get used to the litter tray. As the rule, puppies soon understand where they should ‘do their business’ (around 1-2 weeks). Adult dogs often learn more quickly.
Introduce a clear command for ‘toilet’ from the beginning. Give your dog lots of praise when he uses the litter tray. Try to discourage the dog or puppy from leaving the tray before completing its ‘business’, or if you see it ‘doing its business’ away from the litter tray.
The best place for the training phase
Select a restricted location for the litter tray during the training phase where you can keep an eye on it during your normal activities and that you can get to quickly. For puppies a playpen and for adult dogs a restricted area, such as a room with a baby gate.
If it doesn't work immediately
If your dog hasn't got used to the litter tray within a week or so, place it in the litter tray at regular intervals (puppies every 30 minutes, adult dogs every 3 hours) and wait until it has completed its ‘business’. Afterwards give plenty of praise. Use every opportunity to train it in the first two weeks and clean the litter tray regularly. Should you have problems with introducing your dog to DOG’S BEST, an experienced dog breeder or trainer can help you.
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