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How Long Will Potty Training my Puppy Take?

I get asked this question all the time. “Just how long will it take to potty train my puppy?”

The answer is, it depends. Wow! What an enlightening answer.

This is the truth though. There are many factors that come into play when working on your puppy potty training. Such factors as:

  • What technique you choose to use.
  • Will you be persistent and consistent in your training?
  • Will you follow the techniques and tips that work to house train your puppy?
  • How long will you leave your puppy alone?
  • Are you very responsible?

This list could go on and on, but you may notice that I did not mention anything about the puppy. Hmm. Why is that. All the things I mentioned have to do with… YOU!

Now, there may be factors about your dog that could make it harder to potty train your puppy. You may have one of those breeds that are harder to potty train than others, you may have an older dog that needs to learn house breaking skills, or your puppy may be ill.

But, for the most part, the dog is not the main factor in house breaking success. The main factor is you. You are the one who has the responsibility to house train your puppy.

If you find a puppy potty training program that works, and follow directions, are consistent, and truly work at house training your puppy, then it will only be a matter of days before your new puppy is house trained. Now, if you do not take the responsibility to do these things correctly, then it will take a longer time and you will have more issues than normal.

Remember, your puppy potty training success will depend on you. Your puppy is not to blame for having any accidents, and there will be some. Even if you train your puppy in a few days, you must continue to work at it. Only over time will you be able to completely trust your puppy and know that he is completely house trained.

Can’t My Puppy Tell Me He Needs to Go Potty?

I have worked with people who have gotten a new dog, and early on in their puppy potty training (if they did work on it), they are angry at their new dog for not telling them that he had to go out to go potty, and he had an accident in the house.

Yes, this really happened.

Your puppy does not come pre-programmed to tell us humans that they have to go potty. They cannot say, “Hey Human! My bladder is full and I have to go potty now. Take me outside.”

Well… they actually can tell you, but you need to:

  1. Work on your puppy house training
  2. And, learn to read the body language of your puppy

He can tell you when he needs to go potty, especially if you teach him to go to the door. You can teach him to sit, to bark, to touch the door knob, or even to ring a bell.

The key is, that you need to potty train your puppy to do these things.

But, your dog can tell you he has to go potty with just his subtle gestures. Watch your dog closely and you will see it. Some of the signs your puppy will need to go potty are:

  • Putting his nose to the floor and sniffing
  • Circling around while sniffing
  • Circling around while not sniffing may also be a clue
  • Scratching at the floor
  • Scratching at the door (obvious)
  • Whimpering, crying, or barking with a high pitch
  • Suddenly breathing heavily (if they were not before)
  • Squatting, but not doing anything

Now, this last one, squatting without doing anything is an alarm that anyone should recognize. If you don’t get your puppy out to do potty when you see that, well, your dog will do his business, and maybe you should work on reading body language.

Your puppy may also disappear, or go to a corner of the room. It is up to you to watch your dog, so they should not disappear on you. When a puppy does this, they may be leaving the room to go potty somewhere else.

Each animal is different and will display different body language that may tell you they have to do their business. Watch your dog and you will discover what your dog is telling you. This is all part of house training your puppy.

What is the Secret to Potty Training a Puppy?

Is there just one secret? Hmmm… 

That’s a good question. Is it crate training? Is it simply keeping an eye on them at all times? Is it a feeding, water, and potty schedule that is the secret? Maybe, you need to have a dogwalker come in during the day to help you.

Well, all four of those are very essential to quickly and easily potty training your puppy. There are other so called ‘secrets’ as well, but there is one absolute, positive secret that will help you in your puppy potty training.

Want to know what is is? Of course you do!

The one secret is that you MUST be consistent. No matter which tools you use, which procedures you follow, you must stick with them, and use them over and over again. You cannot concentrate on the potty training one minute, and then have a ‘whatever’ attitude the next minute.

If you are true to yourself, and to your puppy, and follow the proper potty training procedures every waking minute, and follow them properly, it will only be a matter of days before your puppy is fully potty trained.

Let me know what you think.

Easily House Train Your Puppy!

If you are here, then I can only assume that you have either just adopted a new puppy and need help with the house training, or…

You have had your puppy for a little while, and you are having a very hard time potty training your puppy. You may be very frustrated, and you may think there is no answer for you. You have been cleaning up after your dog when they constantly seem to be having accidents  in the house, and you are probably wondering why you ever adopted a dog in the first place. You may even be thinking that you are going to have to give your puppy back to the breeder or the pound.

Let me say this. You have not failed your puppy… unless you quit. You know that if you return your puppy, he may not survive.

I am here to help each and every one of you. Please leave your questions for me by commenting to this post.

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