1. Bring your dog to his elimination zone or toilet stop.
2. Don't say a word. Remember, ifyou talk and pay attention to him, he'll forget what he's supposed to do.
3. The moment he starts to urinate or defecate, say your command word in a very soft tone of voice.
4. Once finished, praise your dog lavishly.
As you can see, it's very easy to teach this command. But since dogs learn by repetition, it is very important to use it every time you bring your dog to his elimination zone or toilet stop. Once your dog has learned the command, he will "get down to business" rapidly and that will allow the both of you to spend more quality time together.
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