Do you desperately want to stop the stinky, smelly puppy accidents? Are you at the end of your rope and considering returning or giving away your puppy? If you’re frustrated and looking for help, you’ve found it.
Potty training a puppy doesn’t have to be hard – you just have to know how to do it! But it’s essential to do it correctly, otherwise you may have a difficult dog for the rest of its life. The only way to accomplish this is to understand how a puppy thinks, and we’ll be going over that in detail to make sure you are guaranteed to have a house broken puppy by the end of the week.
The basic idea is not complicated – reward your puppy when she goes potty where she’s supposed to, and prevent your puppy from going potty where she’s not supposed to. That’s right, PREVENT, not punish. Of course, prevention is the difficult part but we’ll go over strategies to help you do so without wasting a lot of your time and energy.
Potty training a puppy should take as little as a week, but you’ll want to continue your efforts for at least a month to make sure the training sinks in as deep as possible. If you want a simple, video-based training guide created by a professional Hollywood dog trainer, Dove Cresswell’s puppy training course is absolutely top notch and highly recommended. She includes a free sample lesson you can check out, and the first lesson in the course is about Puppy House Training. All of her videos are super easy to follow, especially since being able to hear the correct tone of voice and see the correct body language is crucial in dog training. Best of all, her training techniques are extremely EFFECTIVE and will help you and your puppy have a much better relationship.