Puppies have small bladders and intestines and will therefore go to the bathroom more often. Puppies naturally do not want to go to the bathroom near where they sleep and often go to the bathroom in the same spot. There are many free ebooks that talk about these topics, such as LAS NORMAS DE CÉSAR MILLÁN, a book that you like The Dog Whisperer You Must Read.
The first time you bring your puppy home, put some newspaper or a towel on the floor and watch where you pee as this will help determine where to put your newspaper. Ideally, take your puppy always at the same place to relieve himself, however, this is almost impossible to do all the time and accidents are expected.
Your puppy will be pretty good at telling you when you feel like going to the bathroom and you should be aware of what the signs are..
- Signs that will tell you that your puppy "wants to go to the bathroom "
Signs that will tell you that your puppy "wants to go to the bathroom "
- They can walk sniffing
- They might complain
- Walk in circles
- They get restless
- First thing in the morning and just before going to bed
- After drinking water
- After dinner or any time to eat
Positive reinforcement is the key to successfully potty training your puppy.. If you want to potty train your puppy on a newspaper or towel, you should encourage him by positively reinforcing him each time..
If it doesn't make it to the newspaper, don't be angry, as this will only reinforce the negative behavior and you will surely punish your dog. They also don't like used newspaper, so you should make sure to pick up the used newspaper and replace it immediately.
If you want to train your dog to "pee" outside, you must predict when he needs to go and take him outside. Eventually they get used to going out and it will warn you that they must go, drawing your attention sitting in the door whining or sniffing.
It is important that you show your puppy where to relieve himself. If your puppy starts to go to the bathroom, you can place him on the newspaper or towel and give him a treat. Although it can be tricky, it's a good way to get your puppy to the right place in case he needs it.
It can take around 4 months for your puppy to have full control of his bladder, so you must be patient and do not punish your dog even when he is older.
It's about training, being consistent, making it clear where your puppy should go to the bathroom, and positively reinforcing it..
Summary Article Name How to potty train your puppy? Description Your puppy will be pretty good at telling you when you feel like going to the bathroom and you need to be aware of what the signs are. Author Natalia