House training can be both frustrating and rewarding. The purpose of this article is to attempt to maximize the rewarding portion of the experience. House training your puppy involves nipping, biting, chewing, barking, jumping, leash training and bathing as well as potty training.
This is all just a part of taking care of your pet . House training your puppy is important due to multiple reasons. People may be visiting your house and your puppy may not have friendly disposition towards them.
House training is largely a matter of, observance and persistence. When you see your dog acting like he has to “go”, then you should immediately bring them outside to the area that you want him to do his business and the training DOES take a little work, but it doesn’t have to be frustrating. The fact is that potty training your puppy can be a relatively easy experience.
Puppies are just like our children. Unless something was really fun (and a repetitious act like going to the bathroom is not), they are not thinking about what they did in the past. Puppies train at their own pace.
While I may have a puppy that hasn’t had an accident in several weeks, I don’t let my guard down. Puppies up to six months should still be let outside every four hours if possible, and generally, eight hours is the upper limit of most dogs’ limit. Regressions will occur, but depending on the age you acquire your puppy, and when you begin house training, your puppy should be fairly reliable by six months of age.
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