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What is Wee-Wee Pads?

Wee-Wee Pads are the answer for owners who are concerned about their pet soiling their carpets while house-training. Each package contains 50 triple-layer heavy duty absorbent pads that also have a leak-proof liner to protect floors and carpets. They are scientifically treated to attract puppies to help with house-training, can be used as an everyday alternative to the outdoors when pets are housebound, and are also perfect when traveling.



  • Minimizes messes on the floor
  • Heavy duty absorbent training pads
  • Scientifically treated to attract puppies
  • Can be used to line dog cages
How it Works:

Puppies are attracted by the scent of the Wee-Wee Pads. Just keep moving the pad closer to the door, then outside. Soon you will find that you don't need the pads anymore and, presto, your puppy is housebroken!



How to Use
  • Wee-Wee Pads help to house break your pet and reduces messes inside the house.
  • Scientifically treated to attract puppies

Wee-Wee Pads can be used for house training or for an everyday alternative when the pet is housebound.

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Gradually move the pad closer to the door to help train your puppy. Can also be used for older dogs with bladder control problems.
Do not use!
Do not use!

Should be stored in a cool dry place. Keep container tightly closed.

Wee-Wee Pads:

Fabric Content: Plastic, Polyester Fibers.

Customer Reviews
Wee-Wee Pads is rated 4.818181818181818 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them! So does my dog! Because I worked and my dog would spend hours home alone, I litter trained her. Eventually I replaced the newspaper litter with Wee-Wee Pads. I found the pads more absorbent and easy to remove from the litter tray. I recently tried a similar product, but was disappointed with the absorbency. I'm back to Wee-Wee Pads.
Date published: 2014-10-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Weewee Pads I have a 8 year old MinPIn that has been diagnosed with dibieties. She can not hold herself for more than 3 hrs. I have used evey wee pads possible and they all leak some or just worse thatn other. This one is one of the better, but they still leak.
Date published: 2012-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORTH THE MONEY Training my puppy is a hassle but when she does go on the wee wee pad it soaks up real fast and when it dries she can use it again.
Date published: 2012-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The wee-wee pads are the best absorbent pads i've ever used! I tried many other pads they were a waste of money because they leaked through the pad onto my floor (thank goodness I have wood floors). I dont see any purpose in have something that should be easy to clean up, but having to clean up underneith it as well... I would highly recommend the Wee-Wee pads!
Date published: 2012-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wee wee pads This particular brand is the best I've used in the 8 years I've had to use training pads. My problem is that I need the biggest size wee-wee makes which I think is 30 something x 44 inches and I can't seem to find them on-line. I use at least 1 pack of 18 pads a week. Is there any way you can order them for me on a regular basis?
Date published: 2012-02-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Pads Ever These pads are the best, most absorbent pads I have ever used, and I have tried many different brands. These pads quickly absorb the urine and firm stools are easy to remove and flush away. I generally use 1 pad per day, and never smell any of that terrible urine odor you get from other pads. Years ago, when I got my first Chihuahua, I made the decision that winter in Chicago was just too much for my little baby, so I trained her to use these pads (or others like them). She still goes outside most of the year, but if there is rain, snow or if it's cold outside when I start to take her out she will turn around and go straight to her pad instead. They also provide a place to eliminate when I am later that usual getting home. The initial training was very easy. I made a small "bathroom" out of a cardboard box (I thought she might like some privacy) that was just a little larger than the pad, cut out a door in one side that she could easily get through, and placed the pad inside. I cut off the top flaps so she would not feel caged. Many times a day I would place her in the "bathroom" in hopes she would need to eliminate. When she would, I would praise her and give her a treat. After eliminating several times on the pad, it quickly became the only spot she would go. Gradually, I stopped giving her a treat everytime, but I continue to praise her - and that was 14 years ago. It is a real saving grace, for her (and me), to not have to go outside in the brutal Chicago winters. My only complaint about these pads is that sometimes when my pet is rushing onto the pad to eliminate, it slides around on the tile floor. My work around for this was to apply 4 small pieces of 2-sided tape on each corner. This works well with small dogs. There are brands that have the tape on them already, but at a much higher cost that what I pay for a package of 2-sided tape.
Date published: 2010-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful for Cats too For some reason, the vet says it is all in the cats head, he will not use the litter box any more even tho it was kept very clean as soon as he went it i got the wee-wee pads for my older dog who was having problems, well the cat decided they were for him. It is so easy to take care of and no more dusty kitty litter. Thank you
Date published: 2009-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best product The wee-wee pads are the best absorbent pads i've ever used. I tried the Arm & Hammer puppy pads and it was a waste of money because the feces leaked throgh the pad and messed up my carpet. I would highly recommend thw Wee-Wee pads to every one that has a puppy.
Date published: 2009-08-09
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Are the wee-wee pads made in the USA?

Asked by: pj3
Thank you for your question. The Wee Wee pads are made in China.
Answered by: Maureen PetMeds Pro
Date published: 2013-11-01

are they biodegradable

Asked by: rufus
The manufacturer does not indicate the Wee-Wee Pads to be biodegradable.
Answered by: Jeremy W, PetMedPro
Date published: 2013-05-09

will these pads help our dog

Our female boxer is old and having problems in holding it and must go on the floor (wetting).will these pads help her if used so we don't have to keep mopping up behind her. We are afraid that we may lose her soon and just want to make her comfortable. She to is going every where in the house if we fail to get her out
Asked by: senior
The pads would help give her a place to go in the house if she can not make it outside, but of course she must make it to the pad as well. We would suggest to put a pad for her in each room or atleast in a couple locations so she doesnt have to travel to far. And she might need some assistance to understand that the pad is where she should go. Wish you the best :)
Answered by: Chris H, PetMedPro
Date published: 2013-04-02

What to use for cats

What to use for a senior cat that continues to urinate in the kitchen floor
Asked by: Lil P
Your cat may have a urinary track infection or a bladder infection. Sometimes this causes them to urinate on the floor.
Answered by: KJ
Date published: 2011-05-20

Do you have bigger wee wee pads?

Asked by: Charity
how about getting some ''large'' wee-wee pads for dogs?
Answered by: miss daisy
Date published: 2010-10-29

will these keep my pet dry if they lay on it

Asked by: carol
You did not mention what type of pet you have, so I am not sure my answer will be helpful. My answer is given in regards to a dog, since that is what the product is primarily made for and marketed as, and the only pet for which I have experience with these pads. If the pad is changed daily, with a small pet, laying on it should not cause your pet to get wet. The middle layer of the pad is extremely absorbent. It will take only a few seconds for this layer of the pad to absorb a large amount of urine. This middle layer seems to turn to some kind of gel-like substance that locks in the urine. The top layer will need a few minutes to fully dry. After that, you shouldn't feel wetness, and your pet should stay dry. Changing the pad often is the surest way to keep your pet dry. The problem with allowing a pet to lay on the pad is that for most animals, their bed (or where they lay) is never used for elimination, because they naturally view this place as 'sacred'. By allowing (or forcing) your pet to lay on the pad, you will alter this inherent behavior and your pet will likely eliminate most anywhere they feel like when not on the pad. At that point, there is no place that is 'sacred' to the pet. Worse, you will not be enjoying your pet as you should, and that means the pet is probably not having the best life either. My suggestion is that if your pet is confined to a small space, place a bed with them for your pet to lay on. This should be enough to discourage your pet from laying on the pad. If you don't have a bed, even a towel or small blanket will often be enough. Make sure this bed is not on the pad, so your pet will keep it 'sacred', and therefore dry. Good luck to you and your pet! ChiTown Chihuahua Owner
Answered by: ChiTown Chihuahua Owner
Date published: 2010-06-10

what does the wee-wee- pads do for puppies for potty trainning

Asked by: anne91001
My puppy didn't seem to want to use these at all, I used a piece of artificial grass carpet that worked better.
Answered by: sanoz
Date published: 2008-11-10

Will these help with older dogs?

Will these help in the case of a male dog(5yrs.-neutered) who has decided to mark in the house and will go outside also? He is a rescue we got when he was 2ys. Is this more of a behavioral problem and I need to start at ground zero training him? He has done a very good job of marking our entire house. Thanks for any help, Anne
Asked by: Anne
thats the same thing that happened for me
Answered by: sammi
Date published: 2008-08-30
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