Potty Training a Puppy | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

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25 comments on “Potty Training a Puppy | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

  1. no matter how hard i tried, i could not housebreak my malamute, only when
    she got to be around 9 months old did she start holding it in, now
    accidents are very rare, thank god!

  2. My puppy is 9 weeks old and i am using the pads, however she only uses them
    occasionally & will have accidents frequently. How can i encourage her to
    use the pad? I have heard of sprays you can get by putting it on the pad
    that entices puppy to toilet there, would you recommend those? please help,
    i really want to train her properly ­čÖé

  3. i have a 6 months german shepherd dog , when i go out i leave him at home
    alone, but when i come back , i find him chewing furniture and pillows , i
    want to train him to stay calm when i am out till i come back home to him ,
    please

  4. My puppy is 4 months old. I had already let him roam the house but he
    didn’t really potty were I wanted him to, so I started using this method
    but he cries and barks in the safe zone :(. If I take him out he
    immediately does his necessities around the house. I know it’s my fault for
    not doing this from the beginning but now I don’t know what to do!!!?? ´╗┐

  5. Just like a toddler, your puppy needs to be potty trained. Bear in mind
    that your puppy has little control over his bladder and therefore you need
    to be diligent in your potty training.´╗┐

  6. Thanks for your help with the way to teach puppy’s go to the toilet because
    my puppy has learnt. It took her 2 hour’s to go to the toilet today and she
    is only 4 weeks old!!!!!!!!!!´╗┐

  7. Cmon, deal with some problem dogs with your positive training! Like an
    aggressive rottweiler who has bitten everyone. Talking big. My 5 yo nephew
    can train a puppy better than you.´╗┐

  8. What if your puppy just tears up the pad? I have been leaving my 9 week
    old pup in a doggie “playpen” when I can’t be there or pay attention so
    she goes on the vinyl floor (because the pads were not working out), which
    is easy to clean. Do I need to try to use the pads by taping them or
    something (highly likely, she will find a way to chew on them anyway)? Or
    will this work in time without them? She will go immediately when I take
    her outside -and seems to know the “go potty” command (I gave her treats in
    the beginning for going at 7 weeks and she picked it up right away). I have
    her in a crate at night and she has only peed in there one time. I can’t
    seem to make any progress with not going in the playpen though (sometimes
    it’s like every 20 minutes!). Is this normal for her age? I’m guessing
    it’s because she is only in there when I am too busy to follow her around
    or when I am gone. When I let her around the house, I watch her every
    minute so I can catch her in the act of going, say “no” and take her out
    (and praise her if she finishes there). She seems to do better free in the
    house than in the pen, so I’m wondering if she has just learned (or thinks)
    that it is ok to go there and if this will ever reverse.´╗┐

  9. You’re don’t know what you’re talking about! Her tips and tricks are
    helping everybody who wants a nice dog.
    Those who can’t see that shouldn’t have a pet at all. (stupid people are
    everywhere) ´╗┐

  10. puppy pads and news paper make great toys for puppies, rip rip, I think
    Cesar’s way is better´╗┐

  11. Great clip!
    I’ll tell you some great ideas, tricks, and advice to help you turn your
    puppy into the best behaved, most happy, jogging, jumping, slipper-fetching
    best pal you always wanted´╗┐

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