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HOW TO POTTY TRAIN A PUPPY?

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How to potty train a puppy - Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit our website.  In this video you will learn how to potty train a puppy and how to stop your puppy from toileting in the house.

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HOW TO POTTY TRAIN YOUR PUPPY - The key to success when potty training your puppy is realizing that like young children, puppies are not able to hold the urge for long; thus, you have to make sure your puppy is outside every time it needs to go.


When it comes to toilet training your puppy, the emphasis is firmly on you. You need to make sure that your puppy is always in the toilet area when he needs to go. Take your puppy outside to that designated area first thing every morning. Use the same word that you want your dog to associate with toileting, such as "toilet". 

Once you have your puppy outside, make your suggestion calmly from time to time by using the word you chose, like "toilet". It's a waiting game and one needs to be quite patient. If you try to rush things, your puppy will pick up on it and become tense; thus, hindering his ability to go.

It is important to use the same word each time and make sure that everyone in the home uses the same word. There is nothing more confusing to a puppy than everybody using a different word.

If the puppy is playful and hyper and is running all over the place, it is wise to use a leash to contain it in the designated area.

After five to ten minutes outside you may feel like giving up. You may consider taking the puppy inside and place it in a crate or penned area, and try again in 30 minutes or so.
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When your puppy finally goes, it's brilliant, like hitting the jackpot.  This is when you should immediatly (within seconds) give your puppy a reward with praise and affection. Make the reward is really special, one which should only be given when your puppy goes in the designated area.

Tips to think about:

  1. Choose a word

  2. Use a leash

  3. Go to the same area

  4. Don't rush things - stay calm at all times

Plan Ahead for Success:

  • Get your dog to the right area on time! If necessary document the times you puppy goes to potty and use an alarm if you need to. Documenting each time your puppy goes will give you an idea of how often you should take it out

  • Prepare:  Have the reward/treat with you every time you take your puppy out.

  • Give yourself time and never rush.

  • Remember to use the chosen word your dog associates with going to potty.

  • Praise your puppy and reward it with a special treat withing seconds of doing it!

The key is consistency and patience. The process of fully potty training your puppy may take a bit of time.

 

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