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Discover More Tips on Training Your Puppy

 

Indoor Newspaper Method for Your Teacup Pomeranian Puppy

Start with inside papers – First, place papers or pretreated “Pee Pads” where you want your puppy to go potty. (You can also use the scent of your pup’s own urine or feces.) Because they’re scented with a chemical attracting your puppy to use them, scented pads help with housebreaking. As soon as you see your pup doing the “pre-potty dance” (walking around and sniffing), gently lift him up (without saying a word) and place him on the paper/pad. Then praise him when he performs.

Next, move the papers - Once your Pomeranian puppy has mastered the papers on a regular basis, move the papers closer to the door or place another set outside

The Outside Method

Training your Teacup Pomeranian puppy to first go potty inside the house on newspapers (or litter boxes) works for many owners. However, just be aware that it can also cause your puppy to keep on peeing inside the house once the papers are removed. Some owners contend that housebreaking can take longer if you use the indoor newspaper method.

  • Crate training – Crate training not only stops your Pomeranian  puppy from messing in your house, but also teaches him he can “hold it” and not go potty just because he feels the urge.

 

  • Stick with a schedule – As soon as your puppy awakens in the morning, take him immediately outside where he’s to go potty. Do the same after he eats a meal. (It’s also important to maintain a regular schedule for meals.) And, just before he goes into his crate for bedtime, take him outside so he can relieve himself.

 

Pomeranian puppy Potty Training Tips - These tips are fold Pomeranians that are not Teacups and are larger.  Remember that teacup puppies need to have food and water at all times.  Please read how to train teacup pomeranian puppy.  

It is very rewarding to for the dog owner when their puppy is trained. It is very important to be persistant from the begining.  If you are not, then your puppy might develop bad habits that will be very hard to break once he is used to them.   From the begining try some of these tips. 

  • Always remember that puppies don't have the endurance level of an adult dog. They find it difficult to control their bladder and bowels for a long time. So, give them some time to develop outdoor potty habits.
  • Don't 'paper-train' your Pomeranian puppy during those initial days of potty training. Once you paper-train him indoors, you will have to train him all over again for outdoor potty habits.
  • Confine your Pomeranian puppy in a crate when you are sleeping/ outdoors or not watching him (Crate Training). Different crates in different styles can easily be purchased from pet stores.
  • During those potty training days, see that you follow a routine for the Pomeranian puppy. Make him go to bed/ get up from bed at the same time every day.
  • While potty training, make your Pomeranian puppy eat dry/ bolus food (especially if you feed him packaged food). This way he will have solid stools.
  • Whenever you see that your Pomeranian puppy is trying to finish the task inside, alert him by saying "No" or clapping your hands, and carefully lift him outside and wait for him to finish the task.
  • During the initial training phase, don't scold, punish or reprimand him if he evacuates inside. But, make him understand that it is not proper.
  • Leash your Pomeranian puppy and take him to the same spot (where you want him to potty) everyday.
  • Praise your puppy whenever he eases himself outdoors.
  • Don't confine the puppy in rooms that have carpets or rugs. Keep the floor bare, so that it is easier to clean if the puppy potties indoors.
  • Be patient when you take him to potty. Give him time to evacuate completely. Sometimes, he may take two to three tries.
  • Always make sure you clean the puppy's potty place afterwards
  • If your puppy is four months or older and still hasn't learn to potty outside, consult a veterinarian to sort out the problem