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Easy Steps to Paper Training Your Dog

Author: David Marshall

First, Choose a specific area of the house for your to use as toilet area, pick a area such kitchen or laundry this area are free of carpet and making easy for clean.

Place newspaper thickly in a corner of this room. Spread the newspaper area pretty big, since your pup has no idea that she’s meant to go on the paper at all. Watch the dog carefully and as soon as you notice it to whimper, sniffing the ground and running in circles, bring the dog immediately the spot where you want it to do its business. When the dog goes potty in the right newspaper-covered spot, praise it lavishly, before removing the soiled paper.

Replace the newspaper and spread in a select area where your dog used as a toilet. At first, your puppy will eliminate pretty much at random on the paper. It’s important for the paper-training process that she only gets to go on the paper. If your dog make an accident simply wash the area with warm water and rinse with diluted vinegar to kill the odor the dog has left.

When your dog is consistently eliminating on the newspaper start to take some pieces away until eventually it only has one or two pieces of newspaper left to wee on.

Use terms for “going potty” consistently and praise him when it goes potty on the right spot. Have treats available to give the dog rewards when it has done the right thing quite well.

Feed your dog at specific, scheduled times (for example, a meal at 8 am, 1 pm, and 7 pm) to encourage her to develop an “elimination timetable”. This will help you and the dog avoid accidents during a time when it is difficult to move to its potty spot.

With this practical steps and consistency and care you could teach your dog to eliminate at the right place using paper training.

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