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How To Toilet Train A Puppy?

Here is an excerpt of the post I read How To Toilet Train A Puppy?

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1. Staying calm:
As with any other thing important to you, like training your young child or baby to use a potty, you have to take responsibility. You don’t need to be frustrated with them nor blame them for not being toilet trained

Doing so could even set you back. Becoming angry, shouting at your puppy, being annoyed will not help them to relax and follow your commands to toilet outside!

2. Stay focused on the goal:
You must keep rewarding your puppy with amazing treats every time they go toilet in the right place…

You heard it right. Every single time. With amazing treats. For a long time!

Nothing will motivate your puppy faster than rewarding them with a couple of amazing tasting little treats immediately after they have finished.

Notice I say immediately. Not 30 seconds later… It should be within 2 seconds. Too late and the connection to the pee-pee they just did will be lost. Get your treat in their mouth quick and they will quickly start to link the two.

3. You asked, “how long does it take to toilet train a puppy”? It does take time
Toilet training takes TIME and PATIENCE!
So focus on the little wins and learn to quickly put the mistakes behind you. It’s a great learning for life. Look to see what you could have done differently but don’t beat yourself up. Learn from your mistakes. We’ve all been there and the good news is that it’s not forever.

Comments

  • gotta lick itgotta lick it PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    has anyone tried newspaper toilet training?
  • At what age do you start to toilet train your puppies? How long does it usually take?
  • gotta lick itgotta lick it PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    At what age do you start to toilet train your puppies? How long does it usually take?

    2-3months newpaper toilet trained.
  • When my Jija was a little puppy we used to use hygienic underpads for babies and we tried to take her outside more than 5 times a day. In the beginning it's hard but dogs are reaaally clever animals and learn incredibly fast. Good luck with teaching!
    Of course never get mad at dog when he leaves you a wet or hard surprise on the floor. It makes the learning process worse. A dog does not understand why do you yell.
  • J05J05 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Didnt train my dog he just went to balcony and pooh but he knows i m mad if he pooh on my carpet, he will technically hide from me.
  • So do I, just open the door when she's waiting and barking.
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  • Thanks! It will be very useful for my next puppy. With my current one, I never made it to toilet train it.
  • RobertMillsapRobertMillsap PEx Rookie ⭐
    ruga said:
    When my Jija was a little puppy we used to use hygienic underpads for babies and we tried to take her outside more than 5 times a day. In the beginning it's hard but dogs are reaaally clever animals and learn incredibly fast. Good luck with teaching!
    Of course never get mad at dog when he leaves you a wet or hard surprise on the floor. It makes the learning process worse. A dog does not understand why do you yell.
     :) 
  • actually, there is a kind of pet sand, that you can use to train the pet. The typical thing about dogs is that they will mark where they have peed on so that next time, they just get back to that place and do the job. Therefore, if we use pet sand in a box, just train the dogs for several times (not that harsh) before they love the place. 
    The sand will "condense" as the water pours into hahaha. So no more worries about bad scents and cleaning stuff
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