This kind of housebreaking puppy training method is very simple to apply if you know it perfectly well.
This training is simple, teaches your dog to maturate in a particular place outside the house.
Morning dew The very first step to take is to bring your dog outside in the morning.
Take him to the place you want him to maturate.
Repeat this every morning the same time, the same spot to make him remember.
Before your dog sleeps, you bring him out Always bring your puppy out to maturate and defecate before he sleeps.
You should learn not to hurry him, allow him enough time to maturate.
When he understands, you will have less trouble trying to do that for him because he must have masters the lessons.
You should learn to carry out your puppy 30min after he might have finished his meal.
Always expose your puppy to your neighborhood or the outside world by taking him along with his crate.
This will make your puppy very happy to be with you.
Let him out every 2 to 3 hours.
This is to make your puppy not to maculate or urinate in his crate.
All dogs do not have control over their kidney and bowel movement.
So you do not bring them out during this time frame, he will be forced to do his thing in his crate.
Puppy learn from what you teach them at an earlier stage, so you should always bring them to do their thing to enable them know the time frame that they are suppose to came out for it.
Reward him for doing well If he did not poop in his crate, reward him for not doing that by giving him with food or anything that you think he may like.
But if you catch pooping in his crate, do not beat him, you can use a firm voice to reprimand him and take him out to relieve himself.
When your puppy start sniffing and becoming restless, that is a sign that he want to maculate or urinate, what you are to do is to take him to the appropriate place you want him to be doing his thing.
Treating him bad will not make him see you as his master, he will always be fearful.
Never treat you puppy bad when giving him the housebreaking training.
Reward him when he's learning fast.