Big Ds Doggy Diary - How to House Train Your Puppy

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The second skill is keeping out of trouble — behaving appropriately in the house. But before I tell you how to help your dog learn these skills, let me say what crates should not be used for. They are not for punishing your dog for doing something wrong; if used in this way, the dog will quickly learn to avoid ever going in the crate, or how to be as obnoxious as possible in order to get let out. I have to say that breeders abuse the use of crates more than all other dog owners. This is in itself objectionable, even more so when they force this prison concept of the crate upon the people who buy their dogs and puppies.

Your Complete Guide on Crate Training a Puppy [During the Day, Night, Even If You Work]

Crates are also not for keeping puppies out of trouble all day. Puppies are just like babies; they need to be watched every minute, and few puppy owners seem to understand this. People make arrangements for their new babies to be supervised when they are at work or school or going to the movies and so on; they have to learn to do the same with puppies. Recently, I was talking about this to a dog trainer friend from Manhattan.

She was discussing this with a number of students in a dog training class, and several people were having trouble accepting it. When the puppy gets older, say, six to 12 months old, you can begin leaving it for longer periods of time. You have to teach your puppy how to cope with short-term close confinement, and later, with long-term confinement. Simply stated, crates are not for long-term close confinement of puppies or adult dogs. They are too small; any animal suffers when it is forced to stay that closely confined for more than a few hours.

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The most suitable place for teaching long-term confinement would be a bathroom, one with all the toilet paper, towels, shower curtains, and carpets removed. For the latter, I suggest something like two short rolls of turf on a sheet of plastic. The benefit of this, rather than those commercial puppy pads, is the dog will train itself to urinate on turf or dirt. You will need to consult a professional for advice on dealing with about extreme separation anxiety.

The long-term confinement method is a temporary measure, only meant to keep your new dog out of trouble until you have the time to potty- and house-train it. All right. Back to what crates are for! The first proper use of a crate, as I said, is for teaching a puppy or dog to eliminate only when and where it is appropriate. You can teach this to an adult dog within three days. Then, every hour on the hour you take it outside, to the place where you want it to eliminate.


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When they do, you give them three liver treats, take them back inside, and let them off the leash for a little while. If they do not eliminate, they do not get a treat, and they go back inside still on the leash. By four days of this, there were no longer any mistakes; the dog thoroughly wants to use its dog toilet. Puppies may or may not take a little longer to potty-train. Your consistency will make all the difference. Did I say K. Well, he was and is!

However, he no longer frightens me any when he barks. The best part of my journey to my furever family was the response I got from everyone I met. I can tell by looking in their eyes that I make them happy. How can life get better than that??? My furever mom thought that other families might want a short list of what really helped in bringing me home.

I came home to my furever family on December 1 st when I was 10 weeks old. I had been taken care of very, very well for the first ten weeks of my life that will be another entry in my doggie diary called the prequel and I could tell immediately that my furever family had thought about how to take care of a young puppy. Some of the things were great, but some things were a waste of time and money. Let me begin my description by introducing you to the loudest thing in my life—K. He was here first, so they did a few things to help him get ready to meet me and welcome me home.

The first thing my furever family did to prepare K. The bed made K. He probably thought it was another stuffed animal. I even liked the smell of K. The next thing that was done before my arrival was building a kennel convenient to the back door, the kitchen, and the family. The Rackaphile Small Pet Playpen is made of metal, has eight panels, and a door. It was really easy for them to build and fit perfectly in the space next to K. There are couple of other things they did to my kennel space that ended up being well worth the time and effort.

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My family bought a couple of pet pads so when one is being washed another one can go in its place. They had a place in the back of the van where I could drink some water and get rid of water. I also found a bag of puppy food. My first family told me to get busy. Now, I must be really rich, because every time my furever family takes me outside they tell me to do business.

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I do business a lot! Now, K.

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My furever family handled our getting to know each other pretty well. They put a chest harness on K. They also made sure that I was being held by one of them as K. Did I say K. Well, he was and is! However, he no longer frightens me any when he barks. The best part of my journey to my furever family was the response I got from everyone I met. I can tell by looking in their eyes that I make them happy.

How can life get better than that??? My furever mom thought that other families might want a short list of what really helped in bringing me home. I came home to my furever family on December 1 st when I was 10 weeks old. I had been taken care of very, very well for the first ten weeks of my life that will be another entry in my doggie diary called the prequel and I could tell immediately that my furever family had thought about how to take care of a young puppy.

Some of the things were great, but some things were a waste of time and money. Let me begin my description by introducing you to the loudest thing in my life—K. He was here first, so they did a few things to help him get ready to meet me and welcome me home.