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Potty training help from Desirable Puppy

By on April 17, 2017

We’ve got over 700 articles published on Pets in Omaha and the content ranges in nature from posts about upcoming events to in-depth opinion articles. There’s likely something to find about nearly everything companion animal related.

There are other sites out there that specialize in one facet of pet ownership, like Desirable Puppy. This site, which recently published the 2017 edition of its “How to potty train a puppy” guide, has followed our site for its range of content and we’ve enjoyed the depth of Desirable Puppy’s content on potty training. Below, you’ll find highlights from the guide. We hope you’ll check out our article on potty training AND take a look at the comprehensive guide provided at Desirable Puppy. These two stories will provide you with all the know-how you’ll need to housebreak your new addition!

Sections of the Desirable Puppy Potty Training Guide:

BENEFITS OF POTTY TRAINING A PUPPY

  • Less Mess and Odor
  • You Don’t Have to Withstand the Weather Outside
  • More Time to Do Other Things
  • Convenient Travel

WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR POTTY TRAINING A PUPPY

THE MINDSET

  • Assume the Role of Guide and Teacher
  • Observe Signals Made By Puppy
  • Be Kind and Loving Without Sacrificing Discipline

TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR POTTY TRAINING A PUPPY

WAYS OF TRAINING A PUPPY TO POTTY

  • PAD TRAINING
  • CRATE TRAINING
  • USE OF LEASH AND COMMANDS
  • TRAINING AND GIVING PRAISE

POTTY TRAINING SCHEDULE

  • After Waking Up
  • After Playing and Snoozing
  • After Meal Time
  • How Long Can Your Puppy Control It?

POTTY TRAINING DOs AND DON’Ts

  • When to Begin House Training Your Puppy?
  • How Long Do You Need to Potty Train?
  • When Will I Know That the Puppy is Fully Trained?
  • What to Do if the Dog Suddenly Forgot his Potty Training?
  • It’s All Gone Wrong Despite Doing the Steps Correctly​

 

Read up on the ins-and-outs of training your puppy to potty and live a more harmonious, clean, and comfortable life together!

About Eric Forrest

Eric is a pet lover, bookworm and dad. He's had 5 family dogs, 4 cats, a cottontail rabbit he nursed back to health, and two ducks. Cats are his preference, but Eric loves all little critters.

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