So you picked up your puppy and are concerned whether he or she will use your leg as a pee post. It’s a legitimate concern. Or perhaps you are worried that your little furball will go to poop in a corner so you have to pick him up and run down the stairs only to have him “go” on the step but because you are in motion you can stop yourself from stepping in it. Tell me I’m not the only one to experience that little gift? Housetraining or potty training your puppy is no joke.
What about older dogs — is this a potential concern? You bet it is! Countless dogs are left at shelters without having received proper training, which must include potty training.
Thankfully, MyFirstDogTraining.com has you covered with what we feel is a fantastic program to take the guesswork out of puppy and adult dog potty training.
When is it Time to Get Help With Dog Potty Training?
Unfortunately, if you have to ask it’s already too late. The time to get help is now. Actually, it was yesterday, but now is better than tomorrow. Behaviors are set pretty early in puppyhood. While you CAN teach an old dog new tricks, it’s that much harder. If you have a new puppy or are getting one, now is the time to invest in learning proper owner skills. You owe it to your dog.
- Do you want a fully potty trained dog that will go to the door and let you know when he/she needs to go outside to use the bathroom?
- Do you want to be able to leave your dog home alone for hours without worrying about him/her going to the bathroom inside your home?
- Have you been told that potty training pads are a good tool in teaching your puppy or adopted adult dog?
House Train Any Dog is a program that seeks to answer those questions through an easy-to-read system designed for fast results. Very quickly you should be comfortable leaving your dog alone for a few hours without destroying the house or using the couch as a pee post.
If you are interested in investing the time into your dog, here you are: