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  • 【Pet-friendly 5-layer Design】Our Pee Pad consists of ice silk cloth, absorbent fabric, waterproof membrane, wear-resistant polyester fabric and epoxy bottom, they are pressed together with use ultrasonic technology. Breathable and comfortable, which can prevent the spread of odors and avoid the danger of bacteria breeding. Epoxy bottom make sure it won’t move.
  • 【Large Training Pee Pad】 Size of 35.4” x 21.7” (90*55 CM)is large enough for normal-sized dogs and cats. Large but portable, it could be easily fold up to small size, convenient for storage and travel use. It is an excellent economic and environmental choice saving money and reducing waste compared to disposable pet pee pads
  • 【Non-Slip Bottom for More Stability】 We know how active puppies can be while training them or playing, so there’s leak-resistant the bottom layer of rubber bulges on the backside of the pad to prevent it from sliding around on hardwood floors, linoleum, tile, etc, and don’t worry, they does no harm to the surfaces
  • 【Washable & Reusable, Life Saver】 This puppy potty training pad is durable, long lasting, hand & machine washable. It comes with two in one package which allows you replace the dirty one and your dog can go right back into a clean and cozy playpen while the other is in the wash. Please let the pad air dry naturally after washing and do not expose to the strong sunlight
  • 【Multi-Purpose & Top Quality】 These dog training pads are great for housebreaking and potty-training puppies, providing protection to crates and kennels, pet carriers, and house furniture. Also great for dogs with incontinence problems, dogs who must stay indoors to recover from an illness or injury, cats with litter box aversion, etc. So, you can be rest assured while leaving your pets home alone.

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