Then spray it with some dog-attractant spray

The unique attractant scent will encourage dogs to urinate wherever the product is sprayed
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And what about pee pads treated with pheromones? Some pee pads are treated with synthetic pheromones while others sell pheromones in spray form to be sprayed directly on the pee pad. are chemicals secreted by dogs that trigger responses in other dogs who smell them. In this case the synthetic pheromones used in dog pee pads are crafted for the purpose of attracting the dog to pee over it in a similar fashion as when they sniff a fire hydrant or lamp post that has pheromones left by another dog. While this may seem like an astute strategy, it doesn’t always work. Indeed, many housebreaking pheromones-based sprays have awful reviews. And while some pups seem attracted to the pads, it’s most likely because they can’t wait to rip them up into pieces or turn them into their favorite sleeping spots! So for sake of effectiveness, even an old newspaper may work, but it might not fare well when it comes to absorption.
new spot appealing to your dog by spraying it with urine scent attractant.
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Training your puppy to go to the bathroom outside can be a trying experience. As much as you try to take them out often (puppies need to go out every couple hours!) there will still be accidents. Using training pads can be a helpful tool in this process. Training pads are also an excellent option for dogs unable to go out as often, dog with issues holding their bladder and elderly dogs. Training pads allow for an easy clean up and will help protect against odours in your home. Getting your pet accustomed to pads is not a difficult process, but will take some patience. Essentials Training Pads have a built in attractant to promote using the pads. Spray attractants are also available. Go Here Attractant Indoor & Outdoor Dog Training Spray, 32 oz.
Photo provided by FlickrHelps train puppies and dogs of all ages where to potty. The unique attractant scent will encourage dogs to urinate wherever the product is sprayed.
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Nature's Miracle Housebreak ""go"" Here Spray 16oz. Nature's Miracle Products - Housebreak Go Here Spray 16oz. Nature's Miracle House-Breaking Potty Training Spray is specially formulated to help train your dog to relieve themselves where you want them to. Pet attractant scents act as a signal that tells your dog that it is okay to ""go"" on the spot you have sprayed. Our long-lasting concentrated formula can be used for both indoor and outdoor training and can reduce the time necessaryOne method that has worked very well for puppy owners is a spray remedy. There are sprays that are made specifically for puppy potty training which will repel them from urinating or defecating in specific areas of the home, as well as sprays made to attract them to certain areas of the yard and encourage proper elimination. Both types of spraysuse scent as either a deterrent or an attractant. With a deterrent spray, you can spray areas of the carpet where the puppy has improperly urinated, therefore discouraging him from repeating the act. With attractant sprays, you can spray them on newspapers, puppy pads, or out in the yard where the dog has eliminated to encourage proper elimination.The potty training spray is a formula that acts as an attractant for dogs, so that you can indicate the area where he is allowed to urinate. If it is difficult for you to take your dog outside, you could designatean area in your house, maybe in your bathroom; this area will function as you dog’s toilet. You could put a pad or a newspaper there and pulverize some spray on it. The smell released by the spray will let thedog know about the area that he should use as his toilet. In time, you can give up the spray because your dog will get used to his bathroom area, so he will know exactly what to do.Our dog pheromone spray is used as an aid to help train dogs and comes in a 4.3 fl. oz. bottle. This spray is an attractant that can show dogs where they’re supposed to urinate. This may help shorten the time spent training your dog.