Puppy Potty Training by Dedicated Dog Training

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Potty Training your puppy is a very easy concept, but extremely difficult for many pet owners to follow. Potty training can be somewhat challenging, if not frustrating. There are unfortunately no short cuts when it comes to potty training.

A puppy must be giving the oppurtunity to eliminate after all meals, first thing in the morning, as well as last thning in the night before you retire for the evening. In addition, to the aformentioned times when you should take your new puppy out to go potty, you should give her the chance after naps, and here is the catch- immediately after coming out of the crate, and prior to returning to the crate.

If you cannot supervise your puppy, your puppy should be crated. Accomplishing (2) things are your main goals. The first is to prevent any accidents, the second is to catch the accidents in progress and interupt them by bringing the puppy outside to her area.
 
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Dekka

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You know if you tried to read some of this forum you would realize there is some awesome advice (thats free).
 

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Accomplishing (2) things are your main goals. The first is to prevent any accidents, the second is to catch the accidents in progress and interupt them by bringing the puppy outside to her area.
And the third is......*drum roll*....you left out some very important, additional points. I think people are going to want to stick to the existing FREE information already provided by better trainers.
 

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Potty Training your puppy is a very easy concept, but extremely difficult for many pet owners to follow. Potty training can be somewhat challenging, if not frustrating. There are unfortunately no short cuts when it comes to potty training.

A puppy must be giving the oppurtunity to eliminate after all meals, first thing in the morning, as well as last thning in the night before you retire for the evening. In addition, to the aformentioned times when you should take your new puppy out to go potty, you should give her the chance after naps, and here is the catch- immediately after coming out of the crate, and prior to returning to the crate.

If you cannot supervise your puppy, your puppy should be crated. Accomplishing (2) things are your main goals. The first is to prevent any accidents, the second is to catch the accidents in progress and interupt them by bringing the puppy outside to her area.
Please spell check and grammar check before you spam.
 

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OK, this is going to sound really stupid, but--why do y'all seem to consider this message to be spam? I read the description of spam when I first registered here, but I must have missed something :confused:
 

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When you've been on here longer, you'll probably acquire a sense of it. It's one of those things that for established members, are hard to describe, but unmistakable when present.
 

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OK, this is going to sound really stupid, but--why do y'all seem to consider this message to be spam? I read the description of spam when I first registered here, but I must have missed something :confused:
Maybe you didn't see the OP before it got editied?

With the post having links to the OP's website and the same phrases bolded in the post, it strikes me as an attempt to get keywords picked up for SERPs.

We generally have no objection to active, contributing members who promote their websites and businesses. When everything a new member posts is full of links to their site and bolded keywords, it's a bit of a turn off.

To the OP, I do hope you stick around and get to know us. :D
 

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