TEACUP MALTESE HOUSEBREAKING TIPS
Some people are hesitant to get a new Teacup Maltese puppy or dog
out of fear of the housebreaking process. While the Teacup Maltese puppy
housebreaking process can be consuming it doesn't have to be hard if you follow
the tips we have outlined for you below. Housebreaking your Teacup
Maltese puppy is best started with puppies are six-sixteen weeks in age. When
Teacup Maltese puppies are this young, they tend to go to the bathroom
predictably and frequently. The earlier you start the housebreaking process, the
happier you will be as a new dog owner!
The most important tip for successful Teacup Maltese puppy housebreaking
is "Persistence is the key". First, you need to teach your
Teacup Maltese puppy where you want him to go to the bathroom. Your puppy will
not know where to go if you don't show him. Therefore, he won't know if he went
in the wrong spot. We suggest starting the housebreaking process outside.
Praise is essential in the Teacup Maltese puppy housebreaking process. It will
make him feel more confident when you praise him with a treat or pat on the back
for a job well done ? not messing in the house! While mistakes can and will
happen and you may get frustrated ? it is very important to not punish your
Teacup Maltese puppy.
Be aware of your Teacup Maltese puppy eating and bathroom habits this will help
you get him out side in time to prevent any accidents in the home. Puppies
usually have to urinate upon waking up; don't delay taking him outside upon
starting his day. Puppies also defecate regularly after each meal ? usually
within twenty minutes from eating. Never carry your Teacup Maltese
puppy outside! You should choose a command to signal him it is time to go
outside and that should be the command you always use ? Teacup puppies
like and need a routine that they will become familiar with. When he makes it
out the door and does finish his business, praise him ?
Some days will be harder than others but if the Teacup Maltese puppy makes a
mistake in the house, try to ignore it the first time. Yelling at him or
swatting him will only make the training process harder for you and your dog
scared! Avoid negativity at all cost. Again, we know this might be hard after a
day at the office and dealing with the kids but you will be thankful later!
If you will be leaving your puppy alone for a couple of hours, barricade off a
corner of the house or use a dog crate but don't just leave him free to roam the
house! Puppies usually will not toilet the area in which they sleep.
Take your Teacup Maltese puppy outside right before putting him in the crate and
then take him outside again immediately upon returning home. Don't leave any
water down on the floor while in this housebreaking process, if you are gone too
long he may not be able to help it and have to go. Do make sure to leave him
plenty of toys to keep him busy.
A crate can be a very helpful training tool for your Maltese puppy while in the
training process and not wanting to give him full reign of the house just yet.
This will happen over time. In closing, Praise your puppy and set
him up on a routine.
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