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Get Your Dog or Puppy Potty Trained in 7 Days!

Housebreaking a puppy or an adult dog doesn't have to be frustrating, and as I mentioned before, I have some tips that can help you and your dog to get through the process faster and a lot easier.

One of the first important lessons you will want to teach your dog is to help them learn when and where they can "take care of business".

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If you've heard horror stories from friends about how long it took them to housebreak their puppy or you've had bad experiences in the past with housebreaking a puppy, I want to assure you that the process does not have to take forever!

Consider this fact:

You can housebreak your dog, whether it's a puppy or an adult dog, in as little as 7 days!

That's right; within a week you can have your dog housetrained!

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  • Discover different methods of housebreaking a dog (the ones that work and the ones that don't)!
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Housebreak Your Puppy - Tools to Housebreak Your Puppy



One of the biggest tasks involved in bringing home a new puppy is the housebreaking process. This is a process that many pet owners dread, and the reason why many people opt for older dogs. The truth is, however, many older dogs also have housebreaking issues. As a result, having the right tools available to housebreak your puppy or your adult dog is essential. With the right tools there is absolutely no reason why you cannot easily and effectively train your dog to do his or her elimination outside rather than in the home. The process takes time and patience but does not have to be difficult or overwhelming.

From the day that you bring your new puppy home, you should have all of the right tools to housebreak your puppy. The sooner that you begin the housebreaking process, the better off you are going to be. Your puppy does not automatically know how to go to the bathroom outside, and is going to need patience and gentle guidance in order to understand what you expect of him or her. One of the biggest things that you are going to want to have during the process is an instructional book or video that can walk you through everything involved in this process so that you do not go about it in the wrong way.

There are other supplies that you are going to want to have on hand when you decide to housebreak your puppy. For example, a crate can play an important role in teaching your puppy to eliminate outside because a dog will not usually soil themselves in a comfort zone such as a crate that is just large enough for them. You should also buy puppy “potty pads,” which are designed to keep the mess off the floor. It is also important for you to have a cleaning product for urine and feces so that if your dog does mess on the floor, you can clean it up quickly and easily without leaving any smells or residues behind. If residues are left behind, your puppy may attempt to go in the same place again out of habit.

Once you have all the supplies that you need to housebreak your puppy, all that is left is to go through the process. Just make sure that you are patient and understanding as it is likely that this process will take a little time. An understanding pet owner is going to get the most out of this process in the long run.