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Of course it comes with a Puppy! They sent me a Bulldog that I named ' Killer.' Great deal, yeah?
2ed Samuel
· September 22, 2020
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Yes these work, but would slide around with the animals movement.
Jheezy
· January 1, 2019
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Sam's Club sells the best pads I've ever used and I've been using them for 5 years now. Haven't found any to compare. 120 for about $17. They sell them on Amazon .... they are Member's Mark.
Susan Strauss
· January 7, 2020
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I have use similar ones and they make cleaning so much easier! I’m not sure why people keep saying you can’t use them. They make the exact same thing for guinea pig cages...... the only difference is it’s a picture of a guinea pig on the cover instead of a dog...... it’s been safe for ours.
Keep an open mind
· October 11, 2019
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I believe they do. While no ingredients are on any of the packaging, the packaging does say it has a "puppy attractant." However, my hyper-skin - sensitive dog has had no problems with these pads. I highly recommend them.
Peggy in NC
· May 6, 2016
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No there not, but the pads are NOT very good. My dog would pee once and it would spread out on the whole pad.
I found good ones at Target

Kathleen Pahigian
· October 24, 2015
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I'm so sorry to say they DO! I have a very aged kitty. They leak through and over the sides. Just spend the extra $$ for a better quality one or use one pad atop the other w/ a lot of newspaper underneath and be prepared to mop, mop, mop. :-(
sbatncpl
· November 11, 2016
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The Carbon helps dry faster and keep odor such as urine under control, the Carbon pads also help hide the yellow urine spots vs the regular pads showing & smelling more and taking just a little longer to dry... IMHO
Oracular Voice
· March 18, 2018
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Most of these pads are manufactured overseas mainly in China... That is not to say they are not manufactured in the US.. Because my pets do not eat them, arms are not exposed to them longer than a day, I myself was not too concerned...I threw away the package so I am not able to identify a manufacturer for this particu… see more Most of these pads are manufactured overseas mainly in China... That is not to say they are not manufactured in the US.. Because my pets do not eat them, arms are not exposed to them longer than a day, I myself was not too concerned...I threw away the package so I am not able to identify a manufacturer for this particular type of training pads. Sorry see less Most of these pads are manufactured overseas mainly in China... That is not to say they are not manufactured in the US.. Because my pets do not eat them, arms are not exposed to them longer than a day, I myself was not too concerned...I threw away the package so I am not able to identify a manufacturer for this particular type of training pads. Sorry
Karen
· June 1, 2015
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These pads, (and diapers) typically use a Super Absorbent Polymer originally developed for the diaper industry, it is capable to absorb 400 times it's weight of water (it is not a gel until it gets wet) now also used in agriculture. It is not toxic. Google Super absorbent Polymer to learn more.
B. Johnson
· September 19, 2016