Housebreaking a Puppy in 5 Days

Housebreaking a Puppy in 5 Days can it be done?

Puppy housebreaking all begins with the consistency housebreaking a puppy in 5 days won’t work for everyone – it all depends on the time you as the owner spends with the puppy. Every day puppies are given back to shelters because this is not done correctly. While sharing the tips on this page- know that they are proven tips and work quite well.

Puppy Housebreaking 5 days: Starts the day you get her…

Puppy Housebreaking 5 days – The Do’s Of Adding A New Puppy To The Family

Being a puppy trainer and the proud owner a dachshund I found that some dogs are easier to break than others..I have had several dachshunds and found out they are all different…some are more stubborn and don’t want to be trained 🙂 they just have to have more work – housebreaking a puppy in 5 days won’t work for everyone.

1. Praise the good. I mean if you see your puppy doing something right then by all means tell her. Tell her that you love her.

Reward your puppy when she does something right- NOT just when she misses up. Make sense?

Housebreaking a puppy in 5 days begins with you. You are the factor that will make this happen or not happen. Admitting this is all up to you can be stressful, but think about this. Just as a parent, you will be the primary source of guidance and shaping his or her future. We’ll cover how to shape that future in a way that you love them dearly- in the days ahead…

Each time your puppy goes outside go with it. Take the puppy on a lead so you can be sure it goes to the same area of the yard each time. This way the puppy can smell itself and know what it’s supposed to do. Only give your puppy about 10 minutes to potty, if it doesn’t go, then bring it in and put it back in the crate, wait 15 – 30 minutes and take it back outside. Don’t let the puppy play until it potties. Playing is a reward, don’t reward bad behavior. Puppies are just little kids, they go outside, get excited, and forget why they went outside in the first place. It helps to give a command to potty, that way it learns a little faster what is expected, and later in life, if your running late, you can give the potty command and your dog will potty and be done with it.

It takes 4 to 5 days for an average housebreaking puppy to learn the average thing. Do not expect your puppy to perform like a professional the first few days of teaching him something new. It just doesn’t happen that way. If you lose control of yourself, you have lost control of the situation. When this happens, your puppy loses confidence in you.

Puppy Housebreaking 5 days Starts With The Owner

When you are housebreaking a puppy remember that it starts with YOU. I know this sounds like, “Sure, I know that.”… But do you? Did you know that they responsibility falls on you. It is your duty to be a good mommy or good daddy- this matters even before you get the puppy home.

Pre puppy housebreaking:

Spending time with your puppy is a great way to build the relationship. This will help greatly when it is time for you to set down the rules and boundaries. One of the biggest mistakes made with a new puppy is not establishing rules and having a routine.

If you are not training your puppy then know that he is being trained- just not the way you want. You will get what you reinforce. Set the rules and go by them. Be consistent. Be almost like a pitbull. No pun intended. Hang on to what you’ve established as your house rules and make sure you are the one ruling the house.

Don’t let the puppy become the CEO of the house and let you know what time he wants to eat and when he wants to go out and especially where he wants to pee and poop. Housebreaking a puppy in 5 days starts with spending time and having the right training.

Remember Be Consistent….and have fun with your new puppy

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