When my pups started chewing up the pads, I got a few of the washable pads-like some nursing homes use. They are quilted on one side and have a waterproof backing. If you have about three, you can wash and switch. No wasting money on chewed up puppy pads!
We started with a liner then he ate 3 different pieces of linoleum he now has 2 by 4s and 4 by 4s posts enforcing the pen for jumping and a 4 inch rubber pad below him has also demantled, ripped and destuffed all of his beds.
He is now 9 months and still uses his pen and crate - welcome to puppy 101
Yes indded. We tried Jewel to see if she was ready for Prime time. Needless to say, we came home to a torn up Kitchen. Jewel and Bentley are crated when we are not there. Hopefully, the will both simmer down and we can leave them out.
I have [MENTION=1904]cali baker[/MENTION] phone number on speed dial in order to get some upolstery repair tips with high speed low drag 100 mile an hour tape (i.e duct tape).