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Training Help Items: How to Resolve the Top Four Issues in Toilet Training a Dog

Every dog owner will have varying experiences as far as toilet training is the issue. Subsequently, each owner will witness the different types of potty training problems such as submissive urination, stubbornness, crying at night, pooping on the floor, sneaking behavior, and so on.

Here we have gathered a few potty training help items that you might find similar to your situation.

Help Item Number 1: Pooping on the Floor

One common potty training help item is that dogs go outside the house but do not eliminate. Instead, they go back inside the house and poop on the floor. Many owners give up when they are facing this situation and they tend to punish their dogs for not getting the routine.

In reality, the one party at fault here is you, the owner. The master should never assume that the dog has already learned its duties as far as hygiene is concerned. The owner should always accompany the dog outside the house and stay with the dog while it is doing its business.

The dog owner should consistently praise the dog while it is eliminating so the dog will associate the rewarding feeling with popping outside the house. The only time that the owner can give the dog its freedom is when it has learned to eliminate at the right place.

If this is not observed, potty training problems will emerge and the owner is forced to undertake extra steps to correct the unwanted behavior.

Help Item Number 2: Crying at Night

Just like babies, puppies will cry and beg for your attention, especially if they are in a crate. Keep in mind that puppies have not yet learned how to control their bladder and therefore, you need to be diligent when they need you to take them out for a potty break.

This is a common potty training help item that is easily resolved if you love your dog. During the first two months of the puppy, you should expect to get up at night at least twice.

This frequency will gradually reduce as the puppy learns to control its bowel and bladder. You need to understand that crying is the puppy’s only way to let you know that it needs something.

If you cannot tolerate this, then you need to reconsider owning a dog. You need to accept that potty training dogs can be a real nuisance at times but this is a necessity that every dog owner needs to go through.

Help Item Number 3: Submissive Urination

Some dogs urinate when they are scared or when they want to show you that you are the alpha of the pack. In many cases, dogs overcome submissive urination at two years of age. To solve this potty training help item, you need to practice a few things such as not bending over the dog.

This position is a highly dominant position and will make the dog scared. Next, stop yelling at your dog for doing something bad. When you yell, you are essentially asking the dog to recognize your leadership but it does not understand the message that you want to come across.

Help Item Number 4: Sneaking

When potty training dogs of different sizes, one cannot help but notice that smaller dog breeds are much more difficult to train. This is because they have the tendency to sneak to hidden areas and then poop or urinate there.

People claim that smaller dogs are stupid compared to bigger ones. Quite the contrary, small dogs are actually smart and sneaking is one way that they outsmart their masters. They would rather do it in hidden places than ask the owner be let outside the house.

The solution to this is to be more vigilant. Since the dogs are smaller, they sometimes do their potty thing right in front of you and you do not even notice it!

To further resolve this, the owner should couple vigilance with lesser freedom time for the dog. Keep the dog in its crate for longer periods of time until such time it learns the right way and the right place to poop.

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