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Potty Train Your Puppy

By Nick Michenne

Puppy potty training can be quite a challenging and frustrating encounter. The process will require patience and constant discipline to properly train your puppy.

Puppies ought to begin potty training the moment they are brought home. Like children, puppies usually have to go potty when they wake up, after they eat, and after they play. If one of these incidents is about to take place, immediately show the puppy outside. Your puppy might not catch on initially, so be patient in waiting for him to accomplish the undertaking. Definitely heap praise on your puppy when he goes potty outside at the appropriate time. If your puppy does not go potty while outside, take him inside in order that he’ll easily relate outside time as potty time.

Watch out for signs that your puppy needs to go potty – a puppy will sniff, scratch at the floor, or circle around as if attempting to lay down, but won’t lay down. If your puppy does have an accident indoors, show them the accident and in a stern voice, say to them “NO!”. It is not essential to stroke your puppy’s nose in the clutter or to physically hit your puppy. Puppies catch on to genuine disappointment really quick and will know when they have performed something wrong. Take your puppy immediately outside and, if possible, carry the mess outside to the grass and put it in the grass so the puppy can see where it’s acceptable for the mess to end up. Thoroughly clean up the mess inside. Make sure to make use of ammonia based cleaner to eliminate the smell totally – any remaining scent in the house will just promote upcoming accidents.

Dogs have a natural instinct to keep their living space clean and will not go potty when kept to a small area, especially close to their sleeping area. To keep your puppy from waking up and going potty in the house in the middle of the night, place a leash to the puppy’s collar and tie off the loose end to a stationary object next to the puppy’s bed. Take your puppy outside and be patient till they’ve finished going potty.

If you have to leave your new puppy home alone throughout the day, a modified approach to this technique could be used to keep your puppy in an enclosed area where it’ll not wish to go potty. The technique is to be able to break away from work throughout the day to provide your puppy a chance to go potty. This could be a challenge to your schedule, so you might wish to plan on taking some time off of work to be available to train your puppy in its first couple of days in the home.

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