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Puppy pads

-Emma-

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Hey does anyone here know where I could get puppy pads for under my fleece in the UK ?

Im redesigning my cage and im having to go without coroplast for about a week or two ! I have an upper level and im wondering what I could use under my fleece so nothing soaks through ?

How much do puppy pads cost ?

Thanks !
 

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Can you use puppy pads over and over again or not ?

Do you wash them ??
 

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They are not re-usable, and cannot be washed. You could always use a large plastic sheet or a tarp under the fleece and underbedding while without coroplast.
 

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It depends a lot on where you are Emma, it is cheap here though.
 

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You can acutally buy reuseable puppy pads. But for one its like 20 dollars or something here.
 

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Ya for the preice it depends on where you live and where you get them.
 

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Disposable puppy pads usually have something on them to encourage the puppy to use the pad for its business. I wonder if that might not cause respiratory probs for guinea pigs. Generic incontinent pads are unscented and relatively inexpensive. Jenni's suggestion of some form of plastic is a good and inexpensive idea.
 
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