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    Well this is a simple process as long as you put in your time to chalk out a routine that matches your pupís daily routine. Having a pup at home is like having a baby in the house except that they grow up quickly :PGenerally these young naughty creatures have a very simple routine Ė Eat, Sleep and Play. And this cycle goes in loop throughout their life. The only changes that come in this cycle are the intervals between these three main activities increases and their duration decreases with their growing age. This was in short the entire life of dogs.Now a little homework you need to do before you start the training :-1. Understand your pups entire routine. This will include all his day along activities along with time like when does he eat, when does he sleep, when does he go for a walk, how often does he eat and how much.2. You need to understand when can you take him out and at what times and how far would be the places you can take him to pass off.3. The words that you would use to prompt him to go out. These are very important as they are a lifelong learning for the pup and thatís how he can signal you that he wants to go out.Thatís it. Just a little work. Pups generally want to pass after:-1. Waking up in the morning(especially)2. Sometime after having meals3. Playing or rigorous activityThey donít have much control over themselves so a good thing would be to take time out at least every hour or two. This absolutely does not mean that you wake him up from the sleep and take him out just because I said so. I am saying this because if your pup is very playful then it will need to pass after every hour or so. Morning schedule has to be followed strictly and not missed out at any cost else youíll see wet patches on your favourite carpet. Eating meals stimulates their digestive system which is why when they are done, after 15-20mins take them out for a small walk. This will help them digest the food well as well as pass off. You need to decide a place where you take him. In case you have a garden and want a specific spot to be introduced to him as his area to pass then take him there. This introduction has to be done in early years. Also always accompany him. Reasons Ė they feel secured and the bond between you and him enhances, to protect him from any unforeseen situation, to keep a check that it does not eat something outside(as this is the time when they are very exploring and when I say ďEXPLORINGĒ I mean every alphabet of it.), to keep him from scaring an older dog( which they love doing) and to watch his health as well. Initially, pat him whenever he understands your ďsecretĒ word and goes out to pass. You can also treat him for this. You can decide the time to take him out according to how far is the place from your house and fix the timings to take him out matching your and his schedule. As far as the words are concerned decide them carefully. Donít mix them with any other command words. Some things to avoid disturbances in this routine: - 1. Donít overfeed or frequently change their diet or the type of foods they generally have.2. Feeding at wrong times or not on fixed timings3. Excess of salt and spices(this makes them drink more water)4. Leaving the door open for the pup to come and go as it wants5. Restrict their access to carpets and rugs( just in case you want as they feel like grass).6. Donít expect him to spend the entire night without going out especially when itís so young.7. Punishing, scolding and shouting on him for any indoor accidents(this will make him scared of you and he might not pass in front of you)8. Leaving the pup alone for long hours. This will make him such an indoor person that it will not go out for long and will rush indoors quickly.Donít be lazy. Laziness on your part would disrupt the habits of your pup. Some common problems faced by owners: --> Excited urination on greeting people or overdose of happiness Ė Sometimes pups get over excited when they greet people or get their favourite treat. To avoid this take him outside before anybody arrives at your house or before you are planning to give him his favourite treat.->Does not pass off when outside Ė Pups donít relieve when out for long walks and pass immediately getting indoors. You need to break this habit take him for a long walk so he is forced to go outside. Many a times things wonít go as planned. Itís okay. Understand you both are learning. He is learning something he doesnít know and he canít tell you what he feels. You need to give him time. And you are learning what he loves doing, eating and how much he loves you.Above all love him as much as you can. Thatís the only emotion they have in abundance and they do it selflessly. Enjoy !! :D

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    Unless you have a sixth sense you can't predict when and where your dog is going to do the toilet, that is why their toilet training is necessary. They need to learn to ďhold itĒ and go where he is supposed to as they donít know any different. There are various ways to make them learn on how to go potty outside the house

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