All About Bullmastiff Dog Litter Box Training

One of the best things about Bullmastiffs is that they are small, which makes them perfect for modern, cramped lifestyles. However, their small size also means that they have a small bladder. They cannot physically “hold” it like a larger dog or human. A small dog like the Bullmastiff needs relief every four hours. Unfortunately, you can’t always get home at lunchtime to let your dog out. This is where the idea of ​​the Bullmastiff litter box training sounds interesting.

Approaching Bullmastiff litter box training is just like any other aspect of Bullmastiff training – it takes patience, persistence, and even more patience. Think about how long it took your dog to learn to be housebroken, and now you have to take that concept and modify it. His Havanese has learned that any indoor elimination is bad. Now he must re-teach her that eliminating in a particular spot indoors (and only that spot) is good.

Bullmastiff litter box training is much easier to do when the Bullmastiff is a puppy than when he is an adult. But if you have an adult who has been taught to go out when nature calls, you should train your Havanese like a puppy. The principle remains the same for both puppies and adult dogs. Get a newspaper and blot up some of your Havanese’s urine or poop. Put him in the litter box. Whenever you see your Havanese asking to go outside, pick him up and put him in the litter box. Having the smell of poop or urine already in the litter tray lets them know that this is the place to go.

You can use either a cat litter tray or a tray that is marketed as a small dog litter tray, which is basically the same thing. You can use indoor dog litter cat litter. National manufacturers like Purina are already marketing this indoor dog litter for small dogs.

Each dog will learn Bullmastiff litter box training in their own individual time. Some will become familiar much quicker than others, just like with other aspects of Havanese training. You can use dog training books specifically for small dogs to help you, but they should be written within the last two to three years. The idea that ANY dog can be litter box trained is a relatively new concept and is still a topic of debate among small dog owners.

But training the Havanese is easier than with some breeds like the entire stubborn breed of terrier, as Havanese are intelligent and love to please. The Havanese is a very adaptable and easy-going breed that usually doesn’t get overly stressed by changes in their lives. Perhaps that is why the breed has been able to thrive again after being nearly wiped out by the Cuban Revolution. Viva la Havanese sandbox training!

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