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Paper training is often a solution for those people that have to leave their dog or puppy alone infrequently.
But want to have the pet understand that there is a place to eliminate other than the carpet on the living room floor.
Paper training with puppies follows the basic strategies similar to other potty training methods, in that it is designed to teach the puppy where to go, not to punish him or her for going in the incorrect location.
Puppies quickly learn to associate a toilet area by how it feels to their feet. Once a puppy has been trained to eliminate on a particular surface type, they may have difficulty transitioning to another surface.
Paper training can sometimes make this easier, since it is easy to simply put paper down outside and get the puppy or dog to go outside on the paper, as well as in the house on the paper.
To start a paper training program with your dog or puppy follows the steps below:
Paper training often works best with small dogs and puppies, especially if the kennel that the puppy is from used papers. The biggest advantage to paper training is that it is very inexpensive, and is easy to do wherever you may be.
Dogs quickly learn that paper equals toilet area, and this can be set up anywhere.
The most obvious disadvantage is the odor that is associated with paper training. No matter how careful the owner is, the urine and fecal matter will be in contact with the floor surface, unless very heavy protective plastic is used between the floor and the paper.
In addition, one if the advantages of paper training - the paper equal toilet area advantage - also becomes a disadvantage if newspapers are left on the floor beside a favorite reading chair!
I hope that you learned a lot from today's potty train newsletter
All the best and take care