Dog Diapers & Nappies
Dog diapers that will help you keep your home accident-free. If you're dealing with a female on heat, an older dog with incontinence issues, male marking or excitement urination, dog nappies are the solution for you. Dog diapers are available in washable or disposable. Dogs that have not been spayed go into heat every 6 months (twice a year), at which time these are perfect to use as dog heat pants. Shop for male & female dog diapers, nappies and wraps online.
Dog Diapers & Nappies FAQ's
What dogs need diapers?
Are reusable or disposable diapers better?
The reusable or washable diapers are better quality than the disposable style. With that being said, if you use the washable diaper, you are best off with two, so you can rotate while they are being washed. The disposable diapers are cheaper, so if it is only temporary, this might be a more economical option.
Do diapers come in different sizes?
Yes, they come in different sizes to fit all breeds of dogs. Before purchasing your dog diapers, it is recommended that you measure your animal's waist to match with the most suitable fit.
Can diapers be used as dog heat pants?
Yes, they can. They are an easy solution to use during the in heat cycle that will happen twice a year to unspayed female dogs.
How do I know if my dog needs a nappy?
If your dog is having accidents in the house, has incontinence issues, or is in heat, a nappy can be a useful way to prevent messes and keep your home clean. Other signs that your dog may need a nappy include excessive licking of their genital area, a strong urine odour, and visible signs of leakage.
Can I wash and reuse dog nappies?
Yes, you can purchase reusable nappies that can be washed and used over again. It is not recommended to reuse disposable nappies.
Can male dogs wear nappies?
Yes, male dogs can wear nappies. There are specifically designed nappies for male dogs that have a hole for their genital area. These nappies can be used for dogs with incontinence or for post-surgical care.
How long can my dog wear a nappy?
It's not recommended to leave a nappy on your dog for extended periods of time. It's best to change the nappy every 2–4 hours to prevent bacterial growth and irritation. Leaving a wet or soiled nappy on your dog for too long can lead to skin irritation, infections, and unpleasant odours.