Information about AKC 50-Pack Training Pads - Fresh Scent
Closeouts. New puppy in the house? AKC's 50-pack training pads feature a natural attractant to help train your new friend, and quick-drying gel immediately absorbs elimination and prevent tracking and odor.
Scented to eliminate odor
Tear-resistant top sheet
Super-absorbent design offer more than 24 hours of leak protection for dogs up to 50 lb.
Reviewed by Tami Gee from Atlanta, GA on Saturday, October 12, 2013
I've used a lot of different brands of training pads for my Pomeranians and these are the best! They are heavier and more durable than what you find at
at big box store. I was very happy to find these training pads at STP for such a fantastic price. I hope you always carry them. They are a winn...
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Reviewed by Strwbrryrd from Colorado on Thursday, March 5, 2015
I can't believe the price for the quantity on these training pads. I used to pay 3 times more at the local Walmart. I will never purchase from anywhere else again. Thank you Sierra for providing great products at a great price!
Reviewed by Tami Gee from Washington on Monday, December 29, 2014
I've been using this brand of puppy pads for years now. I was introduced to them by surfing the net and came across this brand at STP. I'm so glad I did. I personally have not found a better brand than these. They absorb so well and they keep a puppy mess from seeping off the pad. Every time STP has a coupon, I buy them. I bet I have close to 50 packs of these on hand. In the past, I have bought so many different kinds of training pads, but nothing compares to this brand. Thanks so much for the great price I get on these, STP!
Reviewed by Miss Kitty the Corgi from los angeles/south dakota on Tuesday, November 11, 2014
These work well and are a bargain. The size is alright for our adult corgi (she has nerve damage that causes her to have accidents). We keep three on the floor around her bed and they catch whatever falls on them.