To put it in a clearer light ask yourself just how much could his little bladder hold before he will be burdened to defecate. Ahh the penny drops this is why your puppy will wee so much when he's young. As your puppy is developing he will be eating and drinking a lot so therefore he will need to go to the toilet a lot.
Because your puppy's body is underdeveloped day by day he hasn’t discovered or grown the lastingness to hold in his natural instincts to urinate when he hears the call. If you bear this in mind you can very easily obviate any accidents within your home.
To help fend off any defecation entirely and enforce potty training puppies productively begin by taking your puppy into the garden on a frequent basis and as he gets better let the gaps between each break get further apart. I would urge that you put your puppy outside once evrey 60 to 90 minutes.
It would also be a very good suggestion to let your puppy outside after a lot of food or water, another good time would be straight after he wakes up and you'll be well informed to also let him go to the toilet after he has been rolling around on the floor in play. If you puppy has run up his heart rate through play then they normally will need to drain their bladders.
Constantly reward your puppy right after he finishes to tell him that your delighted with what he has done and you should do this immediately when he finishes and not before. Timing is critical to this training and you must insure that you give both praise and reward to your dog right at the instant he finishes and starts to shake himself off. If you do not get the timing right he won't understand that you're reinforcing him for something random and not because he has just gone to the loo exactly where you preferred him to.
If you do this every day and step-up the quantity hours or minutes inbetween breaks and you’ll find potty training puppies is easy.END AKISMET -->
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