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Is Your Dog Suddenly Pooping In The House? πŸ’© DO THIS! βœ…


having a puppy around is rewarding but it can often seem like a full-time job puppies are prone to accidents in your home and you'll have to put some time and effort into getting them to associate being outdoors with relieving themselves easier said than done right below we're going to go over everything you need to know to get your pooch to stop having accidents in your house with some patience and persistence your home will be accident free in no time at all 1.

Rule out medical issues the first thing you'll want to do is make sure your dog is healthy many puppies are naturally prone to accidents however if your dog has been potty trained in the past and recently started relieving themselves in the house consult a vet to make sure there are no health issues behind the problem especially if your dog is older for most dogs accidents will only occur during puppyhood so as long as you've confirmed your pup is healthy and isn't suffering from parasites or infection the tips below will help you get your furry friend house broken in no time 2.

Be patient dogs instinctively don't pee or poop where they sleep but they don't automatically know that the rest of the house is off limits it will take them some time to understand so be patient and understanding with them until they do it can be frustrating to have to clean up your inner feces every other day but eventually your dog will learn and you'll just have to support them until they're accident-free additionally no matter how frustrating house-breaking can be never punish your dog for accidents or raise your voice and never try to rub your dog's face in their mess doing so is cruel and unsanitary and it won't do anything but train your dog to fear you three set up a routine most puppies will respond well to a routine of eating drinking and going outside to go potty establish a feeding schedule that can remain the same every day and take your dog out to a specific spot where you want them to go to the bathroom once every hour or two since your pup knows not to go where they sleep take your dog out of their crate in the morning immediately bring them to the potty spot outside and wait until they go this routine will help solidify this place in your yard as their dedicated bathroom do the same thing immediately before bed every night it's okay if your puppy doesn't go during one of these outings the point is to establish over time that this is the place for them to do their business 4.

Reward good behavior while you should never punish your dog for an accident you should offer rewards for going in their potty spot whenever your pup relieves themselves outside provide a small treat and some praise many breeds respond very well to praise and nearly all dogs will quickly associate treats with a job well done eventually you can stop giving them treats and the behavior will stick regardless 5. clean up accidents carefully if you've ever seen dogs sniff the ground carefully when on a walk and then urinate on a particular spot you'll know how important this tip is dogs naturally go where there is evidence of having gone before and sometimes relieving themselves inside is just a way of re-marking their territory whenever your pooch has an accident inside clean it very thoroughly to get any sense out of your carpet or off of your floor removing the smell will reduce the chance of your pup thinking your floors are their dedicated bathroom [Music] hey

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