So you gave yourself the gift of a new puppy or some other person gave it to you

So you gave yourself the gift of a new puppy or some other person gave it to you. Sadly, this small animal doesn’t understand the particular places elected for going to the toilet. So what do you do? How does one housebreak a new puppy? Housebreaking actually isn’t all that troublesome. As with all dog coaching it’ll take consistency and patience but the toughest part will really be coaching you and the rest of your family.

Before you start any coaching, you’ll want to be sure your pet is healthy. There’s nothing worse then repeatedly disciplining your puppy for peeing in the house and then finding out they’ve got a kidney or bladder infection. The key to housebreaking your dog is close supervision. You want to catch your pet right before or in the act of their mistake so you can right away say, ah ah and take them outside or on to their paper.

Employing a crate can actually speed up the entire process because it makes it far simpler for you and your family to know when your little puppy will have to go to the toilet. General, but this can vary with each puppy, about 30 mins after eating your young dog will have to go outside. I suggest feeding your little puppy at the same time each day then put them within their crate for the 30 minutes and then take them outside. Walk around for a bit, if they have not gone after one or two minutes take them back inside and put them in their crate, repeat till they’re going on schedule.

Having treats and heaps of praise prepared for when then do go will also speed up the method of your puppy’s learning. Always reward your puppy when they do well.

Other times your puppy will likely need to go is shortly after awakening and after excited play. Another thing to bear in mind is how long puppies can really hold their bladder: Two months old, about three hours, four months old, about four hours, five months old – six hours and six months old – seven hours or so.

If you’re employed at a 9-5 job and you’re planning on leaving your little dog at home by itself all day it might not be reasonable to expect your little puppy to be housebroken until at least six months old. When your pet starts to go to the toilet outside you wish to have a word that you’ll say. This way your dog will start to associate your command with the act of going to the toilet. Finally your dog will be ready to go on command, this will come in truly handy in winter when it’s cold and you need your pet to speed up a bit.

Hurry up is the command I have selected to use with my dogs. I suspect it sounds better then Go potty or toilet, but it is your command so you selected what ever word you may feel most comfortable with.

Housebreaking your pet shouldn’t take long, if you’re finding that your pet is continually having accidents and it’s driving you crazy, ask yourself two questions. One, could my puppy have a health problem? Two, have I actually been consistent in watching my puppy and catching him before he has an accident. If you have not been consistent you cannot really expect you dog to be. It’s time intensive initially because you actually need to focus on what your dog is doing when he is about to have an accident.

Just be patient with your puppy and give him lots of love and attention and he’ll eventually learn to go at the proper time and in the proper place. You can have lot’s of fun training a new puppy if you want to.

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