How to Potty Train a Puppy
Puppy hygiene and cleanliness: One of the best ways to potty train a newly arrived puppy to become
Neither can a puppy be shown the correct place to eliminate only once or twice and then be expected to take care of business all on its own nor can you just take it to eliminate a few times a day. It helps sometimes to think of puppies like babies as they are somewhat similar and have many of the same needs. Puppies need to defecate and/ or urinate every couple of hours, after every meal, after waking and right before . You as the puppy owner should also learn to spot the signals that make very clear when the puppy needs to use the bathroom. Some of these "precursors" are: intently smelling around one spot or turning around in a circle with its bottom close to the ground. Since you will have chosen a "spot" for your new puppy to use as its bathroom (before it even arrives in your home) you will want to take it to that location immediately after every meal, upon awakening from nap and/or every couple of hours and let it do what it needs to.