Joe Bragg Releases Rankings for the Internet's Best Dog Diapers


San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/05/2013 -- Just like parents put diapers on their babies to avoid an accident, so too can pet owners put diapers on their dogs to avoid a messy cleanup. Dog diapers are becoming popular among pet owners all over the world, and with a range of different options available, it can be difficult for new pet owners to decide which type of dog diapers meet their needs – and the needs of their pet.

That’s a problem that seeks to solve. At, visitors will find a detailed selection of the best dog diapers, tinkle belts, and belly bands available on the internet today. The website is devoted to providing pet owners with the best, most up-to-date information about all types of dog diapers.

At the homepage, visitors will learn how to compare sets of dog diapers. A spokesperson for explained what pet owners should look for when searching for the perfect set of dog diapers:

“In order to compare dog diapers, pet owners should look at pictures of the diapers, the size of the diaper (including the recommended dog size and weight limit), as well as the number of diapers included in the package. Of course, some pet owners make the mistake of buying female dog diapers for male dogs and vice versa, which is why it’s important to double check the gender before making any purchase.”

Although dog diapers are popular, they’re not always ideal as a training tool. Instead, they’re better used as a way to prevent accidents. For dog owners who are trying to house train their pet, the website recommends purchasing a dog belly band.

Belly bands for dogs are designed to serve as a training aid and as a rehabilitation tool. The belly band – as the name suggests – fits around the dog’s belly and is generally made of a soft, absorbent material. This material absorbs the dog’s urine and provides extra peace of mind for homeowners. Pet owners are expected to put the belly band on dogs when in the home – or in any area where the dog isn’t allowed to urinate. If the dog does urinate in this area, the belly band prevents wetness from leaking onto the carpet. The moisture collected in the belly band also gives the dog a constant reminder that it urinated in an area it wasn’t supposed to.

About is a dog diaper comparison and review website. The website recently released its rankings for the internet’s best dog diapers, including links to the lowest prices for those diapers. For more information, please visit: