Our recent Indiegogo update discussed the BrilliantPad Training Guide, which was developed with the help of several leading university-based animal behaviorists and veterinarians:
“Most dogs can be trained to adopt new behaviors with sufficient time and patience, and the BrilliantPad Training Guide is consistent with the advice and protocols we use in our veterinary clinic.” – Dr. Carlo Siracusa, DVM, PhD, Dip. ACVB, Dip. ECAWBM, Veterinary Behaviorist, University of Pennsylvania
Laura: “I followed the BrilliantPad training guide. While it took a few weeks, I had no problem training Bentley to use BrilliandPad.”
Judy: “I put Ladybug’s artificial potty grass on top of BrilliantPad and reduced its size each day until I removed it entirely and she continued to use BrilliandPad.”
See more of what our testers say about using BrilliantPad in this short video:
You will want to start using BrilliantPad when it arrives right away, but remember that some training is required for all dogs. Exercise patience and follow the steps in our Training Guide — if you follow the steps you will get the desired result. Time spent training your dog is a worthwhile investment!
After you are done, you and your dog will enjoy the freedom and flexibility offered by BrilliantPad.
We like big dogs, itty bitty dogs, Mississippi dogs, inner-city dogs, pretty dogs, friendly dogs, sassy dogs. We love all dogs, and we wish BrilliantPad could cater to dogs of all kinds. However, at this time BrilliantPad is designed for small dogs and puppies under 25 pounds. But let’s dive into why.