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I boght a package of the pads designed for humans at Sam's and they work really great if any of you are looking for bigger pads. They are about twice as big as puppy pads and a pack of 150 is less than I was paying for a pack of 100 puppy pads.
 

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My husband works in home medical supplies, and when he picks up equipment from patients who no longer need it, many times he has to pick up their unused pads. They cant reuse them for another patient so he can bring them home.
 

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The larger ones are nice! I never thought to check Sam's or Costco.
A few months ago I began ordering washable hospital chair and bed pads. Since they are meant for humans, I can be certain that even with my 3 nothing is going to soak through.
 

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Wow great idea Terri! I'll look into it.
 

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This is such a good idea!! I just investigated a company here in the UK and can get the same amount of puppy pads for three quarters of the price I pay now. Plus they are twice as big so I would only need half as many!!:D
 

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If anyone down here lives in the south, Georgia, Florida you must try Publix brand pee pads. They are the best! Not like those thin ones with the blue plastic, they are super thick. We love them!
 

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I'm glad this can help some of you out. I've been lurking for weeks and getting ideas from all of you so I wanted to share my idea too!;)
 
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