Our splash pads are for the Dogs by My Splash Pad

I have two Chihuahuas. My dogs use indoor grass. They also go for walks every single day. They do not step and track their pee everywhere because the grass is designed for the pee to flow right through to the tray/litter below. They did track pee when using puppy pads.

Fake indoor grass pads and  are products designed as indoor bathrooms for dogs.

Wee-Wee Pads are basic potty pads for puppies or smaller dogs. The built-in attractant scent will help your pup figure out what the pads are for!

Sleeping pad for dogs - Backpacking Light

Paw pads aren't just for decoration. In both cats and dogs, they help with balance and stability. Honestly, most dogs are comfortable without a pad, unless you have a breed with a higher muscle to fat ratio – such as most sight hounds, where they could be uncomfortable on harder ground.

Any reccomendations for a sleeping pad for dogs

The three dogs are a Yellow lab, Golden Retriever and a Weimaraner. I think the lab and retriever would be OK without a pad, but the weimaraner might be pretty uncomfortable.

Houseboat Dog Potty - disposable portable training pads for dogs.

A dog cooling pad is a product that’s manufactured to keep dogs cool in the summers. If you reside in an area that’s hot throughoutthe year, you should consider purchasing a cool pad, cool mat or cool bed to give your pet some relief from the heat. Although there are several companies that manufacture cool beds in particular, you should look for cool pads that don’t contain any harmful chemicals or toxic substances. Cooling pads that don’t require electricity are also easy for use. Since these cooling pads offer dogs a cool spot to sit or lie on, most pets become accustomed to the cooling pad within a few days of use.Before you start training, decide where you want your puppy’s potty area to be. If at all possible, set up your dog’s papers, pee pads, turf tray or litter box where you want them to be long-term. Although not impossible, training him to use a new indoor area – and to stop going in the original area he was trained to use – is tricky, so avoid having to change the location of his papers, litter box, or training pads if at all possible. Putting your dog’s potty area in a room with linoleum, tile or other hard flooring is better than putting it on carpet, since there may be occasional overflow or misses. In the early phases of training, if your dog’s potty area has to be in a carpeted area, you may want to buy a linoleum remnant or waterproof plastic tarp to put under his papers or litter box, to prevent any overflow from getting to the carpet. Cool pads are now available in a variety of comfortable fabrics and are offered along with bolstered sheets and fitted sheets. Since these pads are convenient for use, they make an ideal travel accessory. Some pads offer joint support along with the features of a cooling pad. Such pads are ideal for pets that are recovering from surgery or dogs suffering from osteoarthritis and hip dysplasia. Economy pads are perfect for the budget minded whose pets are not alone for extended periods. Four sizes: 17"x24", 23"x24", and 30"x30". Economy pads are excellent maintenance pads for puppies and dogs up to 35 lbs. Pads are thin, SINGLE USE ONLY pads for dogs with no medical issues.