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Puppy Potty Training – Train Some Discipline To Your Puppy

puppy potty training

Learning puppy potty training at the right time and place is one of the most critical first steps you will take toward a peaceful, happier life for your puppies. One of the most famous reasons dogs are evicted from their homes or end up on the street is because of house soiling. After a busy day of work, few people can tolerate a dog who destroys rugs and flooring or makes a stinky mess to clean up.

How To House Train Puppies

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Make preparations ahead of time. Puppies, like infants, should have a routine. The schedule tells them when they should eat when they should play, and when they should use the restroom. Make it a tradition to take your dog for a walk every day. 

Choose a place outdoors where your dog can relieve himself and take him there every day. When the dog is doing their business, use a particular word or sentence that you can use to remind them what to do before they leave. Any time your dog heads outside to relieve themselves, give him or her a treat.

How To Use A Crate To House Train Puppy

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A crate could be a good choice for puppy potty training. You’ll be on the lookout for signs that they want to go outside, and you’ll teach them to hold it before the crate is opened to let them out. Make sure the dog has enough room to stand, turn around, and sit down without having to go to the bathroom in a corner. 

If you’re leaving the puppy in the crate for more than two hours, make sure he has fresh water in there. 

Don’t use the crate if the dog is eliminating in it. Eliminating in the crate may mean a lot of things, they could have picked up bad habits from their previous residence at a shelter or pet store, they may not be getting enough exercise, the crate could be too small, or they are too young to hold it in.

Do’s And Don’ts In Potty Training Your Puppy

During puppy potty training, keep the following dos and don’ts in mind: It’s a no-no to punish the dog for an accident. It taught your dog to be afraid of you.

If you catch your puppy in the act, clap loudly enough that they realize they did an unacceptable thing. Upon completion, commend or grant them a little treat. Although you found the evidence but didn’t see the act, don’t scream at them or rub their nose in it. Puppies aren’t mentally capable of associating the anger with their mishap. Staying outdoors with your puppy for longer periods can help to reduce accidents. To avoid attracting the puppy back to the same place, clean up spills using an enzymatic cleanser rather than an ammonia-based cleaner.


The time puppy potty training takes will vary greatly. Many aspects, including age, learning experience, and much more, must be taken into account. Any dogs have perfect ways in just a few days. Others would need months, particularly if the dog is in a poor condition before arriving. Still, with persistence and dedication, many dogs will remember.

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