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How to potty train a dog or puppy

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If you’re paying attention, pups have some tell-tale signs that they need to be taken out. Watch for these signals, and act accordingly:
• Circling
• Sniffing/licking groin area
• Sniffing around the home
• Antsy behavior
• Whining
• Pawing at the door
Remember: you and your pup are still getting to know each other and communication is key!

Pay attention to what your new furry friend is telling you, stick to a schedule, and reward good behavior with an I and love and you treat and we’re sure that you and your pup will be potty trained in no time!

How to potty train a dog or puppy

  1. 1. HOW TO POTTY TRAIN A DOG OR PUPPY
  2. 2. BUILD A DAILY ROUTINE Experts say that a pup can hold their bladder for one hour, for each month old they are. Taking them out every two hours is a safe bet, and helps to establish a healthy pattern. Be sure to also take them out as soon as they wake up, after eating/drinking, and during or after play. PICK A SPOT Familiarity is key! Bring your dog to the same spot on a leash, every time they need to relieve themselves. Pups are a quick study, and pretty soon they’ll be leading the way! USE POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT DOG TRAINING Many canines are very treat motivated! Try rewarding them with playtime, a walk, and/or a treat every time they relieve themselves outside to encourage good behavior! STICK TO A FEEDING SCHEDULE If you feed your pup on a schedule, they’ll begin to use the bathroom on a schedule. Try feeding them at the same times every day, in order to make house-training easier for everyone! REMOVE THE WATER DISH BEFORE BEDTIME Just like humans, if a dog drinks water before bed, it’s more likely that they’ll need to use the bathroom during the night. Remove their water dish a few hours pre-bed. Most puppies can sleep about 7 hours without needing to relieve themselves! USE PEE PADS OR PUPPY PATCHES This trick is especially handy for all of the apartment-dwellers out there. Put a pee pad in one consistent place - near the door is best - and if your pup starts to relieve themselves in the house, move them to the pad. You can also get a puppy patch for a porch or terrace to simulate grass and keep them on schedule when it proves too difficult to get outside! WATCH FOR SIGNS
  3. 3. If you’re paying attention, pups have some tell-tale signs that they need to be taken out. Watch for these signals, and act accordingly: • Circling • Sniffing/licking groin area • Sniffing around the home • Antsy behavior • Whining • Pawing at the door Remember: you and your pup are still getting to know each other and communication is key! Pay attention to what your new furry friend is telling you, stick to a schedule, and reward good behavior with an I and love and you treat and we’re sure that you and your pup will be potty trained in no time! ** Get Rid of Bad Habits and Stop Obedience Problems. Easy, Fast and Effective Training Techniques will Completely Transform Your Dog's Behavior **
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