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I strongly suggest using THESE as changing pads. It contains attractants to coax dogs into peeing on it. I'm not sure of the interaction between the attractant and baby skin.

I would not cut any puppy pad in half. I learned this the hard way. It's not just thick paper towels in there. How it works is that the powdery-substance in the pad turns instantly into gel (like a diaper would). I cut one in half and found it all over my clothes Frown

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Quick-dry surface with built-in attractant

Super-absorbent core turns liquid to gel upon contact


What I would recommend is using the puppy pad without attractant. Costco sells them. That's what we use for our kid Smilie I still don't advise cutting those either. Haha. Good luck and I hope this helped!
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This is the cheapest I've seen these XL pee pads go for. Its size of 28"x34" makes it about twice the size of the regular 21"x21" pee pads. I prefer these, because it means that I don't have to change the pads as often, and because there's less likelihood for my dog to miss.
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Thinking about using these as disposable diaper changing pads, e.g. when I go out and need to change a baby in a public restroom. Can I cut these in half, or would that be an issue? Never had pets so I don't really know what these are like. Thanks in advance!
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Thinking about using these as disposable diaper changing pads, e.g. when I go out and need to change a baby in a public restroom. Can I cut these in half, or would that be an issue? Never had pets so I don't really know what these are like. Thanks in advance!

Wow, these would actually be perfect for that amd something i definitely wouldnt have thought of. The special Petsmart had a couple months ago was better though but this isn't bad.
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Thinking about using these as disposable diaper changing pads, e.g. when I go out and need to change a baby in a public restroom. Can I cut these in half, or would that be an issue? Never had pets so I don't really know what these are like. Thanks in advance!
You can cut them in half. It's like a thick paper towel on top of a plastic sheet is the best I can describe what these are.
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Big lots has Ceasar Millan 100 pack for $15-$16. I've only seen them in stores and I'm not possitive on the sizes.
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Thinking about using these as disposable diaper changing pads, e.g. when I go out and need to change a baby in a public restroom. Can I cut these in half, or would that be an issue? Never had pets so I don't really know what these are like. Thanks in advance!
I strongly suggest using THESE as changing pads. It contains attractants to coax dogs into peeing on it. I'm not sure of the interaction between the attractant and baby skin.

I would not cut any puppy pad in half. I learned this the hard way. It's not just thick paper towels in there. How it works is that the powdery-substance in the pad turns instantly into gel (like a diaper would). I cut one in half and found it all over my clothes Frown

Here's the description from Amazon:
Quick-dry surface with built-in attractant

Super-absorbent core turns liquid to gel upon contact


What I would recommend is using the puppy pad without attractant. Costco sells them. That's what we use for our kid Smilie I still don't advise cutting those either. Haha. Good luck and I hope this helped!
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I strongly suggest using THESE as changing pads. It contains attractants to coax dogs into peeing on it. I'm not sure of the interaction between the attractant and baby skin.

I would not cut any puppy pad in half. I learned this the hard way. It's not just thick paper towels in there. How it works is that the powdery-substance in the pad turns instantly into gel (like a diaper would). I cut one in half and found it all over my clothes Frown

Here's the description from Amazon:
Quick-dry surface with built-in attractant

Super-absorbent core turns liquid to gel upon contact


What I would recommend is using the puppy pad without attractant. Costco sells them. That's what we use for our kid Smilie I still don't advise cutting those either. Haha. Good luck and I hope this helped!
Thanks for the info! Yeah, wasn't sure if there was any stuff inside that might come out if I cut them in half.

Do you find these to be better than those travel changing pads (like the one by Munchkin)?
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Thanks for the info! Yeah, wasn't sure if there was any stuff inside that might come out if I cut them in half.

Do you find these to be better than those travel changing pads (like the one by Munchkin)?
Almost all of these pads have the same technology. The munchkin ones have baking soda to help with odor control but I've always thrown it out immediately so I've never benefited from that feature. What makes a pad "better" would be the thickness of it. However, I've never had it leak thru the bottom for either my child or my puppy. Our pediatrician's office uses generic puppy pads too! Haha. I stash them everywhere for emergency changes. Way cheaper than official changing pads for kids.
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You can cut them in half. It's like a thick paper towel on top of a plastic sheet is the best I can describe what these are.
If you cut them in half it gives the pad a chance to leak from the cut side depending how much urine the pad is holding. The plastic is what seals it around all sides
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I got some from PetSmart that we use for baby changing. They were 150 for 18.49 and then because I picked it up, it dropped to 16 something. Cheaper and bigger than these cut in half.
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How does this train your dog? Seems like it just trains the dog to go on the pad only? Do you then move this to the grass outside or something?
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How does these compare with the costco Kirkland brand for $13.99? Costco is 23x30 but 100 ct which is more footage overall.
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The best deal I've found is at Sam's Club.
Member's Mark Pet Training Pads, 23" x 24" (120 ct.) $ 15 98
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