Puppy House Training Secrets
on Thursday November 17th, 2011 at 01:05 PMThey told me that they let the puppy out every couple of hours to go potty, but they were having trouble with the dog still having accidents when outside of the crate. She was doing fine when confined in her crate for the allotted time.
on Sunday September 4th, 2011 at 03:44 AMAt this stage you will implement the puppy house training method that you have chosen. Your puppy will need time to learn, he will need practice, encouragement, and loads of positive reinforcement. Constant supervision is needed in order to gradually decrease the amount of accidents that he will have.
on Wednesday June 22nd, 2011 at 12:21 AMThere are a number of very successful methods for puppy house training. In the following parts of this series, I will tell you about the different options and you can choose what works best for you.
on Thursday June 9th, 2011 at 12:36 AMThere are a number of items that you will need for your puppy as a one time investment. Pet stores have lots of puppy accessories these days, but just concentrate on what you will need for your puppy house training. Your new puppy will need to chew and while you are house training him, he will have accidents. Where you can, I recommend that you use old stuff, if you have it already.
on Sunday May 29th, 2011 at 12:31 PMThere are a number of areas of responsibility in the day to day life of owning a puppy, especially when it comes to puppy house training. It is important that before the puppy arrives, the people who are sharing the responsibility are all aware of what it entails and prepared to take it on.
on Friday May 27th, 2011 at 11:44 AMMake sure that you have all your puppy house training supplies handy before he comes home, and that your house is all set up to greet him. You dont want to be worried about tidying up your rooms when your puppy has arrived and needs care and attention.
on Thursday April 28th, 2011 at 04:29 AMA reader asked me how to deal with a new puppy with diarrhea that they just brought home. Even before you bring your puppy home, you should set up a place for them to go potty. Whether this is your back yard, or paper or potty pads set up on a balcony/deck, or in your home in your puppy's confined area is up to you.
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