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House Training your Puppy

It is important and a must to try to train your puppy as soon as you receive him/her.   If you do not train your pooch  from the start he might strat bad habits that are hard to break.   Here are some tips to help you start the training process:


For very small puppies you can use a play pen, crate, bathroom or any confined area.


Our favorite is to buy a play pen for small puppies.  This is a great idea because you can give the puppy space to play when you are not home and keep him/her in a confined, safe environment with the food and water.    You can place the puppy's bed there and on the other side you can place a training pad and then on the other end the food and water.  Please try to keep the food and water next to the puppy all the time when they are small because they need to eat.    Do not place the training pad directly next to  their food as they do not like that.  You can remove the food from the crate after you have had the puppy for one month and he is stronger.  Then you can give food two to three times per day.


Place toys for the puppy to play.     You can use the same method in a small area such as the kitchen or bathroom area.   Please note that puppies should not be left in large area because they will go everywhere and they will get confused.  Training will become more difficult.


Always keep the training pad in the "same place". Puppies go by smell therefore if you constantly change the pad position it will confuse your pooch.


If you want the puppy to go outside:

Mark his toilet area

Take the dog out first thing in the morning. Carry him out, so that he doesn't t do his thing the moment he touches the floor! Let him sniff around a place outside and decide the place for his potty. Praise him once he is done, so that he learns that area is his bathroom!

Training your puppy with a Dog Crate:

The dog has to be given his own little area. A dog crate comes of great use for this purpose. Though he may not take to the crate immediately, adequate training will help him get used to it as his own place. The crate should be just the size for him, not too large. One side can be covered with waste paper, in case he loses bowel control. Do not shut him out from the family always keep his crate in a corner inside the house, where he can easily be supervised.   If you keep him/her there at night, in the morning as soon as you wake up take the puppy immediately outside.   If you wait 2-5 minutes the puppy will not wait and you will not be successful. 


Walk him a bit

Spend some time with him in your backyard and wait for him to finish his potty. Letting him walk around helps him with his bowel movement. This could take anything between 5 and 50 minutes! Praise him when he completes his job. Take him out every two hours or so, or when he starts getting restless, so that he won t unwittingly ruin your home and furniture.

Introduce him to the whole house

Once your pet has learned to identify his living area and toilet area, he will seldom have accidents at home. Now, you can open him up to the whole house, one room at a time. Keep moving his den from room to room, while always keeping an eye on him. Once he gets comfortable, he will start considering the whole house as an extension of his den.

Treat your pet with love and respect

An accident in the house may have happened only because your pet couldn't t help it. So do not nag or scold the pet, merely treat him with love and talk reassuringly. If the problem continues, you might want to get him checked for bladder or bowel dysfunction.