How to #AvoidtheOops with Duck Diapers @Walmart @SheSpeaksUp

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It's really no secret that I have a house duck. Not many people do or would even want one since for the rest of their life you will have to change their diaper. But I honestly don't mind because the love I get back from my duck is more than enough to cover a few diaper changes. 

The first duck I ever had was Aflac. And in the beginning of last year, she passed away very suddenly. After her I grieved so badly that I knew I needed another duck. It really wasn't the same without a big white duck running around the house. So last March we ended up getting Barney. But during the summer, while Barney was outside, a fox got him and we never saw him again.

After that, I didn't think I could ever have another duck. But then this year in April I found a new friend named Doodles.

Doodles lives in the  house full time so that means full time diaper duty. For his diaper, he has a little harness that we slip on him and then inside we put something disposable to catch all his little deposits. For that I use Always Bladder Protection pads. They work great on holding leaks and for extra protection overnight, I use two pads.

Of course with a diaper harness, eventually it will need to be washed in the washer too. And for that, I use Tide Free and Clear. It's best to use Free and Clear with animals since it lessens the chance of it irritating their skin.

By using these two products, I end up with a very happy and clean duck. Did I also mention spoiled? Just check out this video I made of Doodles and how he knows how to come back to the front door to come inside.

These two products are ones I can stock up on easily at to avoid an oops. Because let's face it, no one wants duck poop in their house! Plus there's a lot more than just diapers and laundry detergent to buy at too. P&G essentials come in all shapes and sizes like dish washing liquid, toothpaste and toilet paper too.

So before you go to grab that last roll of toilet paper or bottle of dishwashing liquid to find out there's no more, head over to to check out all their P&G essentials!