~ Partisi Toilet ~ Congratulations on your new family member. The first time you bring home your cute little puppy can be exciting and stressful. Exciting for you, stressful for your new friend. To make sure your relationship gets off to a smooth start you want to learn the best ways of puppy toilet training. That’s the focus of this article.
Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind as you start to work with your puppy. One, your puppy is smart. She can be taught, and with most breeds, very easily. Two, she is by nature a clean animal. Dogs don’t like to mess where they eat, sleep or drink. And, third your puppy loves you and wants to please you. With the right training and a lot of love you can have a very well behaved member of the family.
When you bring your puppy home you want to start off the right way with puppy toilet training, you should take your puppy outside as soon as you get home. Decide what area of the yard is going to be her designated toilet training area and take her to that spot every time you take her out to relieve herself.
When puppy toilet training you will want to use the same phrase every time she goes out to go potty. Something like ‘go potty’ or whatever phrase you want to use. Just make sure to use it consistently. She will come to associate that phrase with going potty outside.
After she’s relieved herself outside, pet her and praise her. Don’t confuse her by being playful before she relieves herself. She has to learn when to play and when to go potty .
When puppy toilet training, using a crate can help enormously. Since dogs don’t like to soil their dens they will do all they can to avoid soiling while in their crate. Make sure to buy a crate that will comfortably fit your adult dog. You will probably need to close off the back half of the crate with a piece of wood when she is still a small puppy. If she has too much room to move around she might mess since she can get far enough away from her bed. When she grows up you simply remove the partition so she has access to her whole crate.
The crate is helpful when puppy toilet training but it can also become her home, or den. Place the crate near the center of the household, where the family spends a lot of time. Put a nice soft bed and a few chew toys in her crate. Keep the door open when she’s not in it and you will find that soon she will go in all on her own. Just don’t put the crate in an isolated place. Remember, dogs are very social animals and they don’t like being alone anymore than most humans do.
These simple tips can help you make puppy toilet training much easier and less stressful. For a complete guide on housebreaking your dog get a copy of ‘The Ultimate House Training Guide’. This is a comprehensive, step by step system devised by dog trainers and veterinarians. This information can make puppy toilet training so easy neither of you will have any trouble!