Potty Train Your Dog The Easy Way-9c8836

Pets If you are ready to potty train your dog so that he can be.e an indoors member of the family there are a few things to take into consideration before you start the process. By considering the following before you begin, you will find that you can make training a lot easier on both of you: 1.Are you up for the task of potty training your dog? Most breeders know that the key to their puppies be.ing a well established part of the family is how well their owners can train them to be housebroken. You will stand a considerably better chance of achieving the goal of housebreaking your puppy if you are ready for the task yourself and .mitted to the out.e. 2.Is your puppy old enough to be house broken? Puppies that are older than two months stand a much better chance of learning to go outside to the bathroom than puppies under two months of age. Puppies younger than two months old do not have the physical maturity necessary to control both bowel and bladder functions. Trying to housebreak before this time is an uphill battle. 3.Do you have enough time to work with your puppy until he is totally potty trained? Potty training your puppy is a lot of work and will take several weeks to a month of consistency to ac.plish. It is best to set aside a block of time so that you will not be interrupted during the process until your dog is .pletely housebroken. 4.Are you patient enough to housebreak your puppy yourself? House training puppy takes a lot of patience. You will have your accidents and setbacks during the process and will at times need more patience than you think you possess. Having a firm grasp of the housebreaking process before hand will help you to understand both what and how you need to teach your puppy to ask to be let out. Be sure you are ready to firmly .mit to the process before you begin. How to Potty Train Your Dog Potty training is actually a very simple process, but it does take a bit of time and a lot of patience and .mitment on your part. Here is what you need to know to get started: Plan Potty Breaks for Your Dog at Regular Intervals 1.First thing in the morning. 2.Once he has finished his morning meal. 3.Periodically throughout the day. 4.After dinner or his evening meal. 5.Before bedtime. The Process of Housebreaking Your Dog 1.Put your puppy on his lead. 2.Focus on the potty break. 3.Praise as soon as he has gone to the bathroom. 4.Offer a treat as soon as he has gone to the bathroom. Thats it, actually quite easy to potty train your dog. All you need to do is be in the right place to .mit to the process fully and be willing to be consistent until he learns that outside, rather than inside, is the place to go to the bathroom. About the Author: – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: