As a dog owner, you will have to clean after your pet. This is not fun as some parts of owning a dog, but it’s important to be healthy and sanitary about your dog’s toilet training. It is important to teach your dog which sections of the yard are suitable for him to go to the toilet in. He will also have to learn to let you know when he needs to go potty outside in the yard.
You need to have part of your yard set aside for the dog to mess in. Dogs usually attend the toilet when they first wake after a nap. When you see him get up, take him to the area where you want him to go potty. When they do something about it, let them have lavish praise and treats. Make sure you tell them how good they are, and act pleased. You have to have to do this many times until they understand what you want. Soon they will walk to the right spot when you let them out in the yard.
If your dog makes a mess inside the house then you have to just clear it up and say nothing. Putting your dog’s nose in the mess is cruel and he will not learn anything. Nor will he learn if you tell him off. He does not understand that he did the wrong thing, and he does not understand what you mean when you shout at him. It will confuse him.
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