How to Train your Recovering Dog for Indoor Living
Monday, March 12, 2018 11:54:52 AM America/Los_Angeles
It is tough when your dog undergoes surgery. There are so many things that you and your dog have to adapt to before he is completely healed. For example, if he has had a major surgery, it is impossible to take him out for a walk to answer nature calls. Such a dog who is still recovering will end up making it indoors and you will be stuck cleaning after him. At such a time, you can opt for indoor potty solutions for your dog in the form of indoor dog grass. Doggielawn is real grass grown using the hydroponic technique. Unlike fake grass, these are soil-less and are biodegradable and easy to clean up. With this indoor dog potty solution, your dog can easily go to the bathroom even in your absence.
Also while recovering, your dog can find it difficult to jump up and down the couch or bed to snuggle up to you. Give him the comfort of sleeping or relaxing next to you with dog stairs. Dog stairs offer him easy accessibility to the couch and bed. Also, it spares you from straining yourself to lift him up into the car. He can easily get into the car using stairs. To know more about the benefits and how to train your dog to use the stairs please check the detailed infographic from TopDogTips. These stairs are great for smaller dog breeds, puppies, and aging dogs. They help minimize pressure on their joints.