Monday, October 22, 2018

How a Delicious Distraction can Help You and Your Dog

Petey is a wiggly puppy.
He is always on the go and hates to be constrained for me to examine his ears, trim his nails, apply medication, or pretty much anything else.

Then I found this interesting new product, and decided to give it a try. (*Note: I was not compensated in any way for this review. I discovered this product and decided to blog about it in order to share my personal experience.) It is billed as a "dog distraction device."

Introducing Lick Lick Pad!

 Recently Pete needed some ear medication, so it was the perfect time to try out the Lick Lick Pad. First, I opened the package, then smeared on some peanut butter.


Next, I stuck the pad to the front of a kitchen appliance. You can also stick it to windows, tiles, bathtubs, sinks, or most any shiny surface. Pete immediately got to work. (Ernest helped!).


Then I applied Pete's ear medication. Lick Lick Pad worked great. Petey didn't wiggle, his head stayed just where I needed it to be, and he didn't even seem to notice when I applied the medication. Success!!



Lick Lick Pad is also great for baths. Just apply to the side of the tub and your wiggly pet might not even notice when you suds him up and rinse him off.

What could you use the Lick Lick pad for with your dog?

7 comments:

  1. Awesome Idea!
    Thsnks for the heads up 😁

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  3. I recently saw this online and wondered it if would really distract a dog. i guess it helps if they are food motivated. May have to try this for bath time or medicine in the ears. Oh cleaning Tyler's eyes. Thanks for reviewing it

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    1. Let me know how it works for you. My dogs are very food motivated! Are yours? Good luck!

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  4. This is a wonderful product. We are happy that it distract Pete so you can put the medicine in his ears. Hopefully, this will help other pet owners have the same problem. Thanks for sharing your review and the photos to go with it. Have a wonderful rest of your day.
    World of Animals

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  5. sounds like a great idea. i might have to try this with my oldest when i try to clip her nails.

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