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House Training A Dog – Easy Techniques

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by Greg E. Johnson

Two of the things that you will have to get in the habit of exercising is will and patience. These are needed along with consistency to get positive results when you are house training a dog. Even though you will not be able to watch your dog around the clock, there are effective ways you can send a positive message to them to stop wetting the floor when you are not present.

Oh no, they pooped on the floor. Don't be alarmed in the early developmental stages because they will not have control of their bowel movement and bladder. The more they eat, the frequency increases.

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To start out, find a suitable, out of the way area to make a restricted home for the dog. Cover the floor with paper. Also cover the floor with their food, water, bed, and any play toys they enjoy. This is the first test. Typically, your dog will not potty on his bed or on his food or water. They may not care about the toys at the time.

This is a great way to begin training. The dog will begin to use the paper somewhere away from the places he enjoys or that are comforting to him. Finally, they will find a spot that they will always do it in. This will be their own self-discovered personal bathroom.

You're off to a very good start and the dog is learning. Once you have identified the dog is picky about where they do it in their confined area, it's time for the next step. Put paper around the house. When the dog has freedom in the house and goes to the bathroom on the floor, put his nose in the vicinity of it and take him to the paper on the floor. The dog is sensitive to the smell. If you practice this process with consistency, the dog will soon catch on and before you know it he will use the paper instead.

Over time the dog will go to the paper around the house when they have to do it. When they do be sure to get excited and congratulate them for a job well done. Go a step further and put papers in different locations and show the dog where they are at. If the dog continues using the paper in the new locations, you have accomplished the first steps in house training a dog. It is that easy.

The next feat is to finally get your dog to stop going in the house and head outside instead. This will be easy because dogs love the great outdoors. Position all of the paper on the floor near the doors leading to your backyard.

At this time, the dog is trained to use the paper. When he uses the paper as you have done such a good job training him to do, put their nose near it and point to the door. Then open the door and let him run out and play. By consistently repeating this process, your dog will soon catch on and will begin scratching the door when it is time to go potty.

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