are considered as the friendliest and the most loyal creatures. Besides being a good companion, they also bring about many to the owners. Almost every family owns a dog or even more. However, whoever has a dog knows that one of the most frustrating aspects of dog ownership is when you have to wait for your dog to finish his business, even when it is in the middle of a rain. Moreover, owning a dog is a huge responsibility. This is the reason why dog owners always want to teach them the command “go poop”. This may sound unbelievable to you but you can actually to respond to the command and go poop. So, how to train a dog to poop outside the house? Thisarticle is going to show you ways to potty train your adorable friend quickly.
Housetraining Adult Dogs - Dogtime
It's a relief to know that I am not alone in this. My 4 month old retriever hasn't figured out a schedule yet (although bed time and morning after food she is almost always consistent). Rest of the day depends on my luck. Some times before lunch, some times after, no definite plan. She appears lazy to do it when asked.....She goes outside but probably only partially( to get her treat) but then later sneaks into the living area and completes her unfinished business. Rug or hardwood, no preference. It boggles my mind that despite my spending most of the day trying to train her, how come she manages to somehow use the house to go potty. I dream of a dog that can be left in the house without any worry. I have never ever punished or yelled at her for her accidents. She is my baby. She gets a treat and praise every time she goes outside on my watch, I don't know why she would go in the house which gets her nothing. Fewer pee accidents but more potty ones. I was told dogs get confused in big houses as there are a lot of hiding spots. I am planning to start on bells. I have to see how it works. Wish me luck and any advice would be useful. Thank you.
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By the way, I already read the “How Can I Get My Dog To Stop Peeing In Her Crate?” page. That’s how I got to this one. You redirected someone to the crate training guide and potty training guide. I know how to crate and potty train, I need to know how I should handle her time outside of the crate, especially during sleep. Should I put her in the crate overnight, and just wake up in the middle of the night, like I was initially planning? Or should I just forget the crate all together for the first few weeks, while I take a step back to teach her not to pee in the house? If the latter of the two, how should I arrange her sleeping situation? What would be best for her to feel safe and comfortable in my home?
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