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Depending on your situation, you'll have to make some decisions concerning where you want your puppy to eliminate. The second chapter entitled "Time for Executive Decisions" contains all the information you need to make an informed decision that will fit your lifestyle, your schedule and your environment.

Before we continue, let me give you some important pieces of advice. Puppies between 8 and 10 weeks old go through a fear period. During that time, it is extremely important not to overly correct your puppy. It is also important to let him experience new things at his own pace. Don't force him to do things. Instead encourage him with some "gooood boy" (or "goood girl") every time your puppy tries something new. Ifhe does something he's not supposed to, like chewing on a chair leg, just distract him and give him an acceptable chew toy.

To achieve success in housetraining, you have to be or get prepared. You have to set up a specific place for your dog to speed up his progress. You also have to choose a spot where you'll want your puppy or dog to eliminate. In ┬ęPuppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide, you'll find a set of guidelines that will help you get everything organized.

You'll also find in the second chapter of ┬ęPuppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide some great money saving tips on the equipment you'll need and that you can replace with common household materials. Finally, I make some recommendations on which rooms in your house will be the most efficient and convenient for housetraining your puppy.

How To Housetrain Any Dog

How To Housetrain Any Dog

Fundamentals of Dog and Puppy Training. Although dogs shouldn't be attributed with having human characteristics, they are intelligent enough to be able to understand the concept of, and execute, certain actions that their owners require of them - if these actions are asked in a way that dogs find rewarding.

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