Bob Martin Puppy Training Pads 100 box Now £7 in Asda - HotUKDeals
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The Asda special pet promotion had a box of 100 Puppy Training Pads for £10, which was a pretty good deal but now these have been reduced to £7 which is excellent.
Don't think they're online - I think it's just during the instore pet promotion until Jan 27th
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#1
Good price, shame my puppy just shreds them :whistling:
banned#2
Fantastic price - same store still selling 14 Bob Martin pads for £4.65! My pups eventually shred them too but they last a lot longer in one of the holding frames
#3
What's wrong with newspaper? Also, don't buy 'special' Bob Martin poo bags, buy nappy sacks, you can get 300 for about £1, thinner so less plastic and scented.
banned#4
Newspaper smells and it also stains a wooden or laminate floor and it shreds easily. And these have a special smell that encourages the pups to go on them as opposed to on the best rug.
For dog poo I use cheap sandwich bags if outside. Inside I collect with loo roll and flush it away
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Newspaper smells and it also stains a wooden or laminate floor and it shreds easily. And these have a special smell that encourages the pups to go on them as opposed to on the best rug.
For dog poo I use cheap sandwich bags if outside. Inside I collect with loo roll and flush it away


You said it - I have a permanently marked floor from using newspapers - I wish I had known about them when my youngest dog was pup. As it happens, I do use them - they are excellent as car-sickness "covers" for my older dog who is car sick reasonably often (I did not have him as a pup, so he never got properly used to being in the car!). These have turned out to be the best solution - they do not soak through, and easy to get rid off - before, I was using old towels, and what a hassle that was! :-(

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