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Old 11-13-2012, 02:18 AM
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If you are near a Petsmart, they price match their own on line pricing.

I bought 300 from Valley Pet Supply on line. I got them for a good price if I bought 3 boxes plus free shipping. I paid $27.00 for. Box of 100 pads! Now Angel goes outside! But I will have them to use if the weather gets bad that he cant go out. Wish my golden could use them hehehe!
I will check into that, thank you.
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Do you have Costco or SAMs club there? I get a box of 100 for $14.49. Very good quality. That's the cheapest I have found. We have predators here as well owls, eagles, hawks and coyotes. I have been thinking of switching to the washable ones to be Eco friendly.
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Do you have Costco or SAMs club there? I get a box of 100 for $14.49. Very good quality. That's the cheapest I have found. We have predators here as well owls, eagles, hawks and coyotes. I have been thinking of switching to the washable ones to be Eco friendly.
Wow. That's an awesome deal. I usually get 150 for $25 from amazon. I thought that was a good deal!


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Do you have Costco or SAMs club there? I get a box of 100 for $14.49. Very good quality. That's the cheapest I have found. We have predators here as well owls, eagles, hawks and coyotes. I have been thinking of switching to the washable ones to be Eco friendly.
We belong to BJ's wholesale never thought of looking for them there ,thanks.
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Lulu and Gidget exclusively used puppy pads (actually they are adult bed pads I buy at Sams 150 for $25.). I change them 2 times a day--First thing in the morning when I get up after they have used it their morning time, and in the afternoon or evening if it needs it which it usually does.
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Lacey just crawls around on grass and won't potty on pavement, either. Therefore, she gets 1 pee pad a day. Anytime she poos, it gets flushed (if I can nab it before she eats it. UGH!!!). I use Iris Neat 'n Dry pads. I get a pack of 100 for around $20 on Amazon. I have Prime, so they ship for free. I LOVE these training pads because they absorb quickly and actually turn liquids into a gel instantly between the pad layers. This helps keep paws dry and odor is greatly reduced.
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Lacey just crawls around on grass and won't potty on pavement, either. Therefore, she gets 1 pee pad a day. Anytime she poos, it gets flushed (if I can nab it before she eats it. UGH!!!). I use Iris Neat 'n Dry pads. I get a pack of 100 for around $20 on Amazon. I have Prime, so they ship for free. I LOVE these training pads because they absorb quickly and actually turn liquids into a gel instantly between the pad layers. This helps keep paws dry and odor is greatly reduced.
Ike has radar to rabbit poo, if it is anywhere he will find it and eats it faster then I can get to his mought. sigh.
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Gemma has two pads in the house so I change them once to every other day depending on how much she uses each one. Sometimes she favors one over the other for a few days so that one will get changed every day. I don't mind if there's pee on them, but after about 5-6 pees (many of her pees are tiny like a tennis ball), I will replace it with a new pad.
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