Your sweet little puppy has finally arrived and you surely feel on top of the world looking into its innocent eyes. Of course, this is only until you realize that this sweet little angel can actually make your house quite messy, forcing you to spend lots of time cleaning your house.
How can you get out of this mess? It's simple; it is time to housebreak your little puppy.
Puppies usually relieve themselves six times a day. Your puppy doesn't know that it is not supposed to pee or poop on your favorite carpet. What it does know is that there is an urge to relieve himself, and he will do it right where he stands at the moment.
You should begin house training your puppy as soon as it arrives or at least when he is eight weeks of age. At this age, it is ready to learn that he cannot pee or poop inside the house.
There is no doubt that housebreaking will take patience and some planning. You will need to invest some time to make sure that the little one knows how to stop itself from pottying all over the house and how to alert you that he needs to go.
Does this seem to be a Herculean task? Don't worry; it actually isn't. What you need is some guidance and some pointers about what to do and what not to do. This is why this guide is just apt for you. Here you will learn about how to housebreak your sweet little pet, and what are the different methods of housetraining you can use.
So, let's get started, it is time to housetrain your angel!
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