Belly belts for your male dog in 4 prints and 4 sizes to fir any dog size. Available in Blue Hawaiian, Leopard, All Stars, Bone. Girth from9" up to 14"
Cats may have nine lives, but Bear Gardner is already on his second dog-life. Rescued recently at an advanced age, he takes a grateful and laid-back approach to his daily adventures. He can often be found practicing meditation in our philosophy, spirituality, and self-help selections. Bear rocks an underbite and a jaunty belly-belt like nobody's business.
Many male dogs, especially if they are not neutered, will "mark" territory. This is fine OUTSIDE the house, but not so pleasant INSIDE! This is common when dogs are in a new place (like a friend's house - ouch!), or when you get a new dog. A "belly band" is a special belt that wraps around the dog's midsection so that the urine stays on the band, rather than on the floor or furniture. It also feels unpleasant to the dog, so it helps to train him not to mark. The Velcro keeps the towel on the dog, and can be used on several towels so that you always have one handy.
from Belly Belt · Zine Dog Iss 1 main photo
The Original Belly Bands: The Best Dog Belly Band
“There are other solutions but none that are quite right: You can put a diaper on a female or try doggy condoms. They even have chastity belts. Some people resort to using the potty-training belly band as birth control, but I don’t like that because the dog can’t pee.”Dog 2 (Lazarus) pees in his band every time. But, we never have to clean up urine, it is all contained in the incontinence pad inside his belly band. We un-stick the pad, throw it away, tell Lazarus he is a good boy, and put a fresh belt on him. It took him about a week to get comfortable in his belt. Now he expects to wear it. Moses adapted to his right away. Our 3rd dog (Boaz) doesn't need to wear a belt. If the other dogs aren't marking, he doesn't mark.So I upgraded from one similar in construction to the above photo to another dog belly band which was more like a pouch and a belt and made out of suede. (Looking back, I realize how absurd this is.)Some animals will need additional support under their belly. You can tell the dog needs additional support if their spine bows downward. It is also helpful for overweight dogs or dogs with spinal or disc issues. One end of the belly belt has a tri-glide (rectangular with bar in the middle) attached and the other side has Velcro strapping. Both sides have a rope with a push button adjuster.We use a pee belt or belly band for our senior dog, we lovingly refer to the band as "wonder shorts" so as not to offend him. The belt has been a big help since our lad started having urinary incontinence, we also use some type of pad since there is no telling how many times he could go at night. I put the belt on him before bed time every night, since the velcro wears off after a time of washings I also secure it with safety pins to make sure it won't fall off while our lad moves around. The pad is always thrown away in the morning and the belt is checked for any sign of wetness. I recommend changing the pad frequently if you are using it all day and definitely use some safety pins if your belt fastens with velcro. I hope this saves you some trouble, take care.Some animals will need additional support under their belly. You can tell the dog needs additional support if their spine bows downward. It is also helpful for overweight dogs or dogs with spinal or disc issues. One end of the belly belt has a tri-glide (rectangular with bar in the middle) attached and the other side has Velcro strapping. Both sides have a rope with a push button adjuster.