Perfectly hand-crafted belly bands for male dogs with urinary incontinence issues, excitable urination and behavioral marking issues. Each belly band is thoughtfully designed with multiple layers of protection, giving you peace of mind and your pet comfort during “messy” times. Available in hundreds of fun prints and designs for your stylish furbaby.
“My beloved senior Labrador is incontinent. Due to her build, she needed some slight custom additions to the velcro on the tabs in order to keep them on. Barkertime was super accommodating working with me on our needs to get the diaper just right for my dog. Their customer service and friendliness is outstanding. The diaper fits her quite comfortably, and are of a very high quality! Thanks, Barkertime!”
– Robin M. (Hebbronville, TX)
“We just bought a new couch after our furbabies destroyed our last one with constant marking and excited peeing. So, these diapers saved our family.”
– Collette P. (Buckeye, AZ)
“This little girl, Mallory, is definitely a labor of love, but she’s full of spunk and curiosity and brings a great deal of joy to my life. She was found, along with her momma and three other litter mates, living under a dumpster in Montebello. Her spine was broken about halfway down – no clue how it happened, no internal injuries or bleeding. She had surgery a couple of months ago to fuse the spine so it stays stable while she grows, and has had recurring diarrhea ever since. She’s not incontinent, but the diarrhea is hard for her to contain. She tested positive for a couple of different parasites but we are continuing to research options. We’ve tried different diapers with no real luck and these Barkertime diapers are AMAZING! I double them with diapers for premature babies for added protection.” – Kristin C. (Los Angeles, CA)
“This is Lily’s first time wearing the Barkertime diaper overalls. She seems unphased by them. The adjustability in the sizing due to the velcro design makes all the difference in her comfort. I bought the diaper overalls to protect against mess in the house while she’s in season.”
-Alexis U. (Riverside, CA)