VIILER - 4 Pcs Dog Diaper Belly Band Washable Reusable for Small Male Boy Dog Breeds Puppy (Random Colors) Waist Size: XS: Adjustable 7.0"-8.0" S: Adjustable 8.6"-9.6" M: Adjustable 10.0"-11.0" L: Adjustable 11.5"-12.5" XL: Adjustable 14.0"-16.0" NOTE: When measured don't be too tight, we recommend that you measure your dogs waist according to the directions and reserve a pad's space, small dogs appropriate to relax 0.5-1.0 ", large dogs relax 1.0" -1.5". Please allow 1-3mm error due to manual measurement and make sure you pet size before ordering. They DO NOT INCLUDE the ABSORBENT pads. Women's feminine napkin works perfectly and attach with the adhesive strip. You decide how thick or pad you need for your dog. Dog belly bands are made to prevent dogs from marking their territory when out and about. These dog belly bands or say pet diapers are not intended to absorb pee, but to inhibit peeing. Hand wash only
Ergonomically designed male dog belly bands help with incontinence problems or for house training
Dog belly bands are made to prevent dogs from marking their territory when out and about. These dog belly bands or say pet diapers are not intended to absorb pee, but to inhibit peeing. For urine absorption, just add a panty liner or tissue.
Dog belly bands are not only a good training aid but they also work as an anti-breeding aid for male dogs that are not neutered. These dog diapers male are also ideal for travel in the car or on a plane or in dog friendly stores and restaurants. They also provide temporary aid to dogs with incontinence problems. Best of all, they deliver peace of mind with your beloved companion, even if he's not perfect in manners.
Your dog is and has been your best friend for quite a while...possibly years, maybe even more than a decade.
You'd do everything in your power to make sure they live the longest, fullest life possible with no restrictions.
Help the best friend you love regain his independence by using the trusted male pet diapers belly wrap band to reduce the frustration of accidents for you and your dog.
Package includes: 4*dog belly band for male(Random Colors)
Aug 30, 2013 - How to Make A Belly Band for Male Dogs
Pam Satterfield: "I had to use diapers on my two dogs that had congestive heart failure. I bought the cheap store brand - for a male you probably want to buy a size 2 and use like a belly band. Attached with Scotch brand packaging tape at the top. Don't buy generic tape because it will split and peal. The Scotch brand packaging tape will not hurt his skin. It’s super easy and makes life so much better when they start having this problem. I use them for new fosters too until I know if they are housetrained. I use a baby diaper as a belly band on new male fosters and my Eddie when we have a new male in the house. They are cheap and will actually work better than a belly band. I attach them with clear packaging tape - it won't hurt their skin. I know Becky and Adam use this method too on their marking male fosters."
However Belly-Bands will not solve all problems. Here is a few areas they will not be helpful to you or the Boston..
The purpose of belly-bands is not for birth control.
The belly-band is not designed as a “catch all” when you are away and cannot be back for his regular break.
The belly-band should only be worn while supervised.
How to Make a Belly Band for a Male Dog | The Daily Puppy
Lifting the leg is generally something the dog has developed as a habit, so breaking it can often be difficult unless you are going to supervise him 100% of the time. Is he neutered? If not, start there. Neutering will NOT fix the problem, but it will help alleviate his desire to mark, and in turn, will make it easier for you to teach him not to.
My parent's had a rescue Chihuahua who was neutered, but lifted his leg when he first came to their home. They did use a belly band, but he would still pee on himself, and I will be honest, this method has not worked for him at all. He would rather pee on himself than not, and some dogs just don't care. You can try this, but you still have to watch him. They did not watch their Chi, and he learned he basically could still pee wherever he wanted. Just because he peed on himself, he was STILL able to lift his leg on things, and so was never really taught NOT to do it.
Keep him leashed in your home. This way you know where he is going and if he starts to wander from you, you will feel the pull on the leash. This will help you keep him away from places you don't want him to be. Take him potty like you normally would, but don't let him near the places he may lift his leg. If he does get close to something to mark on it, touch him in the neck and tell him 'no'. Immediately take him outside. He will realize that marking in the house is NOT what he is supposed to do. Be patient with him and most of all, consistent. He will never learn if you only discipline him half of the time.
When you absolutely cannot watch him, crate him. Dogs generally will not urinate where they lie, and this will keep him confined until you are home to watch him. I spent a winter in AK with my Chihuahuas and had to make a 'litterbox' thing for them because it was just too cold to go outside. However, I started this BEFORE they started going potty in the house because it is always easier to teach them where to go, than to teach them where NOT to go.
Please message me if you have questions, and let me know how he does. Best of luck - he's so cute.
Male Dog Belly Band (Diaper) DIY