Powerful means of puppy house training
Look into the Puppy Mind
Knowing how your puppy's mind works can help a lot in effective puppy house training. You must realize that the meaning of being clean doesn't necessarily mean the same thing to you and to your puppy. You think it is important for your puppy to go to a chosen spot in the garden and "go", but to your pup, what's important is to relieve himself where the notion takes him. Your puppy's only concern is to go away from his food and bed which is also the health and safety rule of nature. From your puppy's point of view, a place away from his food and bed could be anywhere from behind the sofa up to the bedroom floor. These are perfectly acceptable places for him, but of course not for you - and what you have to do is teach him and guide him to a better spot - the one you have in mind for him!
Anticipation and the Signs
During the first couple of weeks of a puppy, the early warning signals aren't always easy to read, so you need to find a way to understand this as soon as possible. Choose a location soon that is close to the puppy's food, bed, or play area. It is very rewarding to be able to anticipate when your puppy needs to go outside. In general, puppies have to "go" after waking up, eating, drinking, getting excited, or playing as well as every hour in between!
You must familiarize yourself with your puppy's body language and learn to see the indicators that tell you it's time for him to "go". When a puppy is persistently sniffing, circling a single spot or has his tail held high, those are common signals. When see this you need to immediately bring him to where you prefer that he relieve himself to build the association. You will be on your way to successfully completing puppy house training in doing so.
Seeing family members and visitors, or being excited in general, can still make dogs whom are well trained have small accidents. This is an instinctive reaction known as submissive urination and shouldn't be handled apart from house training. Although there may be additional accidents, your dog must not be chastised. They will only be confused by punishment, and become secretive about going to the bathroom.
Do not yell at your dog, instead work things out until this habit is broken this when accidents like this happen during periods of high excitement. Try to make greetings low key and keep them outside if possible. Greet your dog gently in order to build up its confidence. Don't make a big deal out of an accident when it occurs.The next thing you know, your dog won't be having these types of accidents and you will be celebrating for having finished puppy house training successfully.