Confine your puppy to a small area with BrilliantPad and cover the surrounding floor with traditional puppy pads. Gradually remove pads until there is only one on BrilliantPad. Once your puppy consistently goes potty on that pad, reduce its size and your puppy should start going on BrilliantPad.4. Training adult dogs that do not use pads
Use a leash to lead your dog to BrillantPad inside when it is potty time. If this doesn’t work right away, take a traditional dog pad outside, put it on the ground and, when your dog shows signs of potty behavior, use the leash to lead your dog to the pad. Praise your dog and give him treats if he successfully goes on the pad. Repeat until your dog is OK going on the pad outside and then bring the pad indoors and put it on BrilliantPad. Lead your dog by the leash to the machine (with a pad on the platform) until he is used to going on the pad, then remove it and your dog should start going on BrilliantPad.
Additional detail will be provided for each of these four plans on our website later this summer.