Of course, when potty training a puppy, you’ll find your own “best” ways to do things, but here are 5 of the ways that help everyone, and every pup, get potty trained easier and faster.
Firstly, and probably the most important answer to the question “how to potty train your puppy” is that you should decide for yourself and then let him know exactly WHERE you want him to pee. Most small dog owners want to have a potty inside, while some larger dog owners want a dog to only pee outside, you decide. Just decide where this will be and don’t change that place. And of course, try to do everything you can to let your pup know where that spot is, and ALWAYS go to that spot to go potty.
Second, in the beginning, while training, it will be easier for you and your pup if you both stick to the schedule. That is, you must make your puppy wake up at the same time in the morning, eat, go out, play, sleep and so on. And they must also do it together! While the first few days this may not be so easy, you will find that after a few days, this type of schedule really helps your pup “know” the times that he urinates.
Third, which is closely related to the previous tip, is that you should also schedule potty training times. The most important thing is to take a puppy to the bathroom after meals, between active times of play and right after sleeping. In a few days, you will remember that you have to go! This will make the whole training process much easier!
Tip #4: Want to know how to potty train your puppy more easily? You have to get a good potty! Yes, we all know how to do that with paper or other weird equipment, but believe me, a good potty is a must from the day you start potty training your pup. Now, there are many options available for an indoor dog potty today, one of the best being the “grass mat type” indoor dog potty. It rinses clean, holds over 1 gallon, and doesn’t smell. What can be better for you and your puppy?
And last but not least when finding the best options for potty training a puppy, your puppy WILL have accidents, and this is normal! Don’t get mad at him, even if it’s been a few days when he’s potty trained and he’s not supposed to pee anywhere except in his potty. This is normal! Don’t yell or yell at him – everyone has accidents in life, puppies too! Remember, he is just a puppy!
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