Dog Care - Housebreaking Your Puppy

Housebreaking is the most important thing your puppy must learn to do for your sanity as the dog owner and for having a happy dog.  The ideal age to housebreak your puppy is between eight and twelve weeks of age.
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4 Tips for Crate Training Your Dog Successfully

It's critical that you always remove your puppy or dog's collar while they are in their crate. Your dog could get her collar caught in the crate, causing a dreadful situation. And be sure the crate is never in direct sunlight, or placed too close to a vent or radiator. Your puppy has to be as relaxed as possible in her crate for effective training and safety.
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Dog and Puppy House Training

Dog training Is fun!  Early dog training Is essential. Not all dog training is created equal, and is more than just telling your dog to stop behaving the way he is right now; it's one of the most important fundamentals of owning a pet. The important thing about dog training is to get started today because tomorrow the naughty behaviour will just continue.
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Puppy Training 101 - Potty Training

Give your new pup a few days to adjust to his new home. Hopefully, your new pup is at least eight weeks of age or older when you adopt. A good breeder or good rescue organization will have you wait until at least eight weeks of age before surrendering a pup to his new home. A great reference web site on dog breeds is www.mydogsbreed.com.

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5 Tips To Easy Puppy Potty Training

The sooner you potty train your puppy the better. You want to establish good habits from the start. And, a dog who has never gone potty in the house will never consider the house a place *to* go potty. I’ve always found the puppies we purchased from actual working farms (NOT puppy farms) were the easiest to house-train.
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How To Potty Train a Puppy

One of the best things you can teach your kids when you get them the dog they have been wanting is how to potty train a puppy. If you teach your kids to housebreak the puppy then you will find that they will have a better bond with their dog and you will have a lot less to do as well. There are a few tips you can take so that your children can learn to properly housebreak their dog.

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