Posted: 19 May 2010 04:27 AM PDT
If you are embarking on an endeavor to potty train your puppy, I am sure you are asking how long does it take to potty train a puppy? The time it will take is dependent on you as well as your puppy. As I have said repeatedly in my puppy potty training posts, the most important factor when house breaking your dog is to be consistent. The more consistent you are, the less time it will take to reliably house train your puppy. If you establish a schedule for feeding and potty break time that is consistent and the your puppy can rely on, he will train much more quickly. The second factor in potty training your puppy, of course, is the puppy itself. Is your puppy old enough to expect him to be reliably potty trained. Any younger than eight weeks is simply too young to expect him to hold it very long. Keep in mind that he has a tiny bladder that he hasn't gained control over yet. Also, some dogs simply train more quickly than others. Stanley Coren, author of "Intelligence...
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