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Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Training: Potty Train Your Dog

By Linda Rendjuvyak

Potty training your new American Pit Bull Terrier puppy is a necessary evil. Your dog must learn at an early age where to appropriately relieve himself. You are able to start working with your pup at 8 weeks of age.

Puppy potty training can occasionally prove to be a frustrating endeavor. You should do the same routine each day and it is important to give your puppy a great deal of additional attention as this will make the house breaking process much easier. The house training process will take more time if you’re gone during the day at work because your dog won’t be able to hold it for extended periods of time when he’s just getting started.

To begin potty training your Pit Bull, provide him an area that’s all his own. A tiled laundry room works perfectly if you have one in your residence. Cover the area with newspaper and make certain that you simply give him access to his bed, toys, and food bowl. When leaving to go out, make certain that your Pit pup is in his “area” and can’t leave. You can buy a baby gate which will keep him confined, without feeling shut in.

After you have gone, he will have to go potty at some time and will relieve himself. As time goes on, he’ll begin to go in the same spot and when this begins to occur, simply start to remove the newspaper in the rest of the room which is not being used. Keep on doing this till the only patch of newspaper in the room is the area he has chosen to do his business.

When at home, spend as much time with your Pit Bull puppy as possible. The potty training process will be much, much easier if you take your dog outside every 45 minutes or so, then praise him excitedly when he relieves himself in the yard. You may also give him a little treat when he goes to the bathroom outdoors to even more support his great behavior.

It is really a terrible idea and completely ineffective to scold your puppy for having an accident in the house. Positive reinforcement anda lot of additional time and attention is the finest method to handle this endeavor and keep in mind that no dog is totally potty trained till they have arrived at the age of 6-8 months. Patience is really a must!

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Rendjuvyak, Linda "Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Training: Potty Train Your Dog." Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Training: Potty Train Your Dog. 7 Oct. 2010. 12 Oct 2014 <>.

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