Potty training a puppy is a priority when you first bring the dog home, otherwise your house can get in a mess if you do not train and teach your dog effectively. Make sure you choose a time that does not get interrupted as this could effect how long your puppy gets trained.
Understand that every puppy will learn at different stages, so it is important to be patient while your dog learns. If the dog is quite young they often go to the toilet every 1 or 2 hours so except to see some accidents. Try not get get frustrated or angry at the dog as this will speed up their training.
The most important thing is that you need to learn more about your puppies schedule, your dog will most probably need to go to the toilet after they take a nap, after drinking or eating and after exercise. Every time you take your dog outside make sure you take it to the same spot, give them praise when they are outside and give them a treat.
It will be your responsibility to keep an eye on them at all times, you can put them in a boundary or attach a leash.You will also need to ensure that the training area is small, this will help the training be more successful. You may also want to think about getting some puppy pads. These are put on the floor and look like a large diapers and are made from a absorbent material. By having a puppy pad the dog’s urine and waste is absorbed easily so you can dispose of it. Make sure to use these pads in an area that they are comfortable to them and when training them do not give the dog too many treats especially if they are quite young.
The next important tip is to make sure the puppy has a set schedule every day, you will have to ensure that their meal times are the same. You should also give them a walk or take them outside every morning and 15 minutes after every meal or drink and lastly at night. Potty training a puppy can be quite a challenge so it is important to be patient and have the right attitude and in no time you will have a trained puppy.