What to Expect

First of all, you can't expect your puppy to be fully housetrained and fully reliable before she's six month of age. That being said, a dog can be housetrained between one to six weeks. A lot depends on your puppy's size and breed and mostly the efforts you put into housetraining her.

There is also the fact that your puppy won't have adequate bladder and bowel controls before she's 16 weeks old. In other words, she's not able to "hold it" for long periods so you must be extra vigilant during that period. But that doesn't mean that you can't start housetraining her the minute she put her paws into your home. It just means that you have to expect your puppy to have a couple of accidents. But don't worry, this Guide contains everything you'll need to handle these little mishaps, from how to react to how to clean up.

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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