HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DOG TO GO TO THE BATHROOM MORE EFFECTIVELY?
The arrival of an adult dog in your home requires as much effort on your part and that of your family as that of a puppy. It is a mistake to think that just because the dog has grown up and been potty trained in a house, it will immediately adapt to your house elimination schedule as well. That is not realistic. The dog has many adaptations to his new environment and does not instinctively know that urinating on the floor is not allowed, especially since his previous owner did not care or did not seem to care. Don't make the mistake of assuming that, because he is an adult dog, he will simply "know" what to do. Start with him as if he were a puppy and gradually teach him the routine of your pet's potty schedule at home. You will probably have to start with crate training or restriction to one potty. Next, establish a schedule for potty breaks. Adult dogs are very picky about finding a place to relieve themselves outside that is away from where they play, just as they don't like to relieve themselves near where they sleep or eat. Know above all, that the most important thing is not the age of the dog, but the constancy of the owner.
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- May 5, 2021
- Personal Growth
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