Perfectly hand-crafted diapers for female dogs with incontinence issues, excitable urination and female dogs in heat. Each diaper is thoughtfully designed with multiple layers of protection, giving you peace of mind and your pet comfort during “messy” times. Available in hundreds of prints and designs for your stylish furbaby.
This is PupPup wearing her new White Daisy Overalls. She’s looks like she mad at me for putting these on but her tail is wagging! She is in season so I needed to find a sanitary belt that would actually stay on. Came across these escape-proof overalls and gave them a try – glad I did! Well made and great quality material and fit. I will be ordering another for my 6 year old Black Lab.
“These cat pull ups have made our life so much better! No worries that our 12 year old male cat is marking on our baseboards and carpets anymore.”
– Michelle W. (Saint Peters, MO)
“We breed Savannah cats and recently we had three batches of kittens. Four kittens were born two days before we had three more kittens and then a month later, we had five more born from our third female! Our boy Gizmo sprays all around the house and its really hard to keep him seperate from the females all the time. This is the first time using a pullup diaper for our boy and we’re surprised that he’s keeping it on and that it’s working so well. We’re so thankful.” – Jacinda A. (Brantford ON, Canada)
We adopted Tucker from Dallas Pets Alive, and he came to us after being injured when someone kicked him. Because of his injury, at the hands of someone just evil, he cannot control his tail or when he needs to potty. I recently just received your amazing diaper and it has been a lifesaver for both and it has been a lifesaver for both him and me. Now, if I just get it in a bigger size, he will be set!
Here in So. Cal, we are getting reports of coyotes attacking pets at night. These Barkerwear pants are working great on our puppy while inside during the night. Been well worth it, trying to simply get those night time “Accidents” under control. We still have to take him outside to “go” just before bedtime, and they’ve worked 5 days a week during this short training time.