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The Do’s And The Don’ts Of House Training a Puppy

01-23-2006 08:53 AM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Jonathan Cheong

House training a puppy is very important for the well being of both the puppy and the owner. The number one reason that dogs are surrender to animal shelters is problems with inappropriate elimination, so it is easy to see why proper house training is such an important consideration.



It is important to establish proper toilet habits when the puppy is young, since these habits can last a lifetime, and be very hard to break once they are established. It is very important for the owner to house break the puppy properly. In most cases, true house training cannot begin until the puppy is six months old. Puppies younger than this generally lack the bowel and bladder control that is needed for true house training.



Puppies younger than six months should be confined to a small, puppy proofed room when the owner cannot supervise them. The entire floor of the room should be covered with newspapers or similar absorbent materials, and the paper changed every time it is soiled. As the puppy gets older, the amount of paper used can be reduced as the puppy begins to establish a preferred toilet area. It is this preferred toilet area that will form the basis of later house training.




The Do’s of House Training a Puppy:


• Always provide the puppy with constant, unrestricted access to the established toilet area.


• When the master is at home, take the puppy to the toilet area every 45 minutes.


• When the master is not at home or cannot supervise the puppy, be sure the puppy cannot make a mistake. This means confining the puppy to a small area that has been thoroughly puppy proofed. Puppy proofing a room is very similar to baby proofing a room, since puppies chew on everything.


• Always provide a toilet area that does not resemble anything in a home. Training the puppy to eliminate on concrete, blacktop, grass or dirt is a good idea. The puppy should never be encouraged to eliminate on anything that resembles the hardwood flooring, tile or carpet he may encounter in a home.




The Don’ts of House Training a Puppy


• Never reprimand or punish the puppy for mistakes. Punishing the puppy will only cause fear and confusion.


• Do not leave food out for the puppy all night long. Keep to a set feeding schedule in order to make the dog’s toilet schedule as consistent as possible.


• Do not give the puppy the run of the house until he has been thoroughly house trained.



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