Posted: 21 Mar 2010 06:28 PM PDT
One of the most important factors in determining whether or not a dog becomes a well behaved member of the family is how well the owner is able to potty train the dog. One of the most frequent reasons a dog is returned to the breeder or rescue is because they are not reliably potty trained. Are You Ready to Potty Train Your Dog? There are two main considerations to take into account when preparing to potty train your dog. First, is the dog old enough to be house trained? If the puppy is less than eight weeks old, it is unrealistic to expect them to be able to control their bowel movements. The second consideration is your schedule. Do you have the time to commit to the potty training process. Just as with a child, potty training a dog will take your time, focus and attention. The dog is not going to potty train himself. Important Things to Remember When Potty Training Your Dog The first thing to remember is that house training process will take patience. As the ...
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