How to toilet train your dog
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- 1. HOW TO TOILET TRAIN YOUR DOG
- 2. Dog toilet training requires patience, perseverance and consistency.
- 3. The whole family should take responsibility for this teaching.
- 4. When is my dog ready for this learning?
- 5. After 4 months hell be physiologically ready to control his needs.
- 6. Mistakes to Avoid
- 7. Dont punish him if you dont discover him at the moment of his offense. He wont understand the reason for your anger.
- 8. Avoid punishments such as:
- 9. Hitting and shouting to him.
- 10. Rubbing his nose against his urine, its a very sensitive area.
- 11. Locking him inside the bedroom.
- 12. The only thing youll achieve with all of this is making him more nervous and urinate more frequently.
- 13. How to teach him
- 14. Before starting with the training, take him to the vet for worming.
- 15. Make sure he doesnt have diseases relate with urination and defecation.
- 16. You must dedicate time for the teaching of this habit.
- 17. Make sure to assign him a space for relieving himself.
- 18. 15-30 minutes after eating and drinking, take him with the collar and the leash to the assigned place and wait for him to do it.
- 19. Award him with cuddles whenever he does it correctly.
- 20. In the beginning you must take him out every 2 or 3 hours.
- 21. Use the same door and route which leads to the chosen place.
- 22. Be aware of the signals he does before urinating so that you can intervene and take him outside.
- 23. Spinning around himself.
- 24. Bending down and sniffing.
- 25. Whining/crying.
- 26. Take him outside when he wakes up in the mornings and before going to sleep in the night.
- 27. What to do if I find him urinating in a wrong place?
- 28. You say NO to him in a strong tone (but without shouting), taking him straightaway to the correct place.
- 29. Why does my dog keep urinating wrongly?
- 30. It could be due to various reasons:
- 31. Disease.
- 32. Stress or separation anxiety.
- 33. If hes a senior dog, he may have problems to control his bladder.
- 34. Not maintaining the same schedule when taking him outside.
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