I finally wrote my web page on house training a new puppy! It’s about time.
Take a look and let me know if I left anything out?
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Thanks Mary Lisa for your housebreaking tips! Some people say that if you use puppy pads and outdoors it can confuse the puppy. Have you ever noticed this? It’s an exciting time and I hope the people who made deposits before me hurry up and choose, because I’m excited to see which puppy will be mine!
No, I have not had any confusion at all. But then again, I raise my puppies in a way that really gives them a good start – that could be why. It is very difficult to house train a puppy that was raised in a cage or small pen where they do not have a “potty area” where there are potty pads & outdoor yards.
Good information! Perfect timing for me as we train our new addition!
Great , simple how to advice! Confining the pup’s area and with you already having prepped the pups on potty training it was easier. I found with my pup- she really wanted to go outside and was able to read the signals and get her out. Easiest job I ever had training a pup!
These are great tips. Thank you for sharing.
We have17 dogs all together. Everything from mastiffs to our 6 havanese. I’m trying to send you a picture of “secret”.
OMG! You are as dog crazy as I am!!! I am dying to meet you and all your pack!!!