The first chapter in ©Puppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide deals with essential facts you need to know. Housetraining a dog has a lot to do with knowing what to expect. At 8 weeks old, a puppy doesn't have enough control over his sphincters to hold it for a very long time. That's why you can't expect your puppy to be fully and reliably housetrained before he's six months old. In the meantime however there is plenty of training to do to help him get better and better. I've seen some dogs being housetrained in less than a week with my unique 7-step technique, yours could be one of them!
Being able to predict when your puppy will need to eliminate is one of the keys to housetraining a dog. It can make the difference between having a housetrained dog within days instead of months. In ©Puppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide, you'll find a list of these specific moments and a table showing the frequency at which your puppy will need to eliminate depending on his age. With this information in mind, you'll bring your puppy to his elimination spot at the RIGHT time and that's how he'll learn when and where he is supposed to eliminate.
Most dogs follow a ritual just before eliminating. If you are able to recognize this ritual, your timing will be perfect. In other words, you'll have time to bring your dog to the right place before he decides to pee on the carpet! You'll also find a list of signs to watch for in ©Puppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide and how to react when you see them.
Finally, the housetraining method to use with a puppy or a dog is the SAME. The only difference relates to the housetraining schedule you need to follow and the good news is that it is a lot less demanding! So if you have an adult dog and wonder if ©Puppy Housetraining: The Ultimate Guide is for you, the answer is a definite YES.
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