Potty training your puppy is not an easy task—just like human newborns, puppies require a lot of time and guidance to gain full control of their bladder and intestines.
The messes your puppy makes throughout the house can be quite frustrating, but it’s important to recognize that penalizing your dog for their small, unexpected pees and poos will only serve to add to the problem.
So, what should a puppy owner do in these circumstances?
Well, allow us to help you out there. Here are some general guidelines for painlessly potty training your puppy.
4 Easy Tips for Potty Training Your Pup
Make a list of everything.
New puppies take a lot of attention, which means you’ll have to meticulously monitor and document their every step. Make a physical note of the times when your dog regularly goes potty and incorporate those times into your walks.
Take a lot of walks.
Two-month-old puppies typically need to “go” every two hours. Your puppy will be capable of holding it in for three to four hours at three months, and up to five hours at four months. Your dog will soon be totally trained and will no longer have accidents in the … Read the rest