How Potty Training Your New Puppy will Save You from Embarrassments
the same way the dog is trained to sleep in a dog crate bed,
this is a perfect way to Potty train a new pup. But you should
be consistent and allow the dog to know that it has done a
good job. In your absence and that of supervision a dog crate
bed is the best to have.
The puppy will understand its limitations. You should teach
the dog when and where it should relieve itself for other
use and with out training it will never learn to do so. Every
night the dog should sleep in a dog crate bed. Make the dog
realize what it is expected to do and give it a regular routine
to fall in line. Soon it will stop messing in its dog crate
bed. There are a few simple steps to get things move smoothly.
that the puppy has outside potty time frequently
after it is put in to the dog crate bed. Try it for every
three hours till the dog is on a potty schedule. Take the
dog outside and allow a couple of minutes to relieve itself
and then put him back to the dog crate bed. After about a
week you will have control over the puppys potty schedule.
Let it coincide with your daily schedule. Your puppy thinks
that the dog crate bed is a safe place and once potty trained
will return to the dog crate bed to sleep when the need arises.
puppy will understand in about 2 weeks of training. This method
suits all types of dogs what ever their age. Dogs do not know
the rules of home in general. You should be patient for this
method to work. No training is possible for a puppy under
four months as it has no control over relieving itself. Take
it easy and slow. Reward your pet with treats. Be patient
and have fun with your dog.
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