When you first got him, your dog relieved himself all over your shiny, clean floors. Eventually, you managed to train him to start going for a pee outside in the yard. This was great to start with, but now summer is fast approaching and you’re trying to turn your yard into something special. That means growing plants, flowers, and grass that you don’t want trodden on and ruined by your heavy dog, or peed on, for that matter. So, you need to train him to pee in a specific area.
You’ve already found the right spot that’s going to be all his. But the next hurdle is the training. Fortunately, this guide will give you several effective methods to choose from. Succeed with this training and you’ll be able to instruct him to pee in a location of your choice, hassle-free.
Most owners are surprised at how straightforward it is to train your dog to pee in a specific place. You’ll need to take steps to make the location as dog-friendly as possible. The more relaxed and comfortable he feels there, the more likely he’ll be to consistently use it. You’ll also need to use some delicious treats to motivate him to use that specific spot. You’ll need to establish a routine and be vigilant for the first few weeks, but it will all be worth it.
If he’s a puppy, he should be a quick learner and you could see results in just a week. If he’s older and not quite the receptive student he once was, you may need up to six weeks. Succeed with this training and you’ll have a quick and easy spot you can take him to pee at each day. Saving you time spent in the cold and rain during winter months.
Before your work can begin you’ll need to gather a few things. Firstly, you’ll need to find a new location that will be his dedicated toilet. You’ll also need to stock up on treats or break his favorite food into small chunks.
The other main component is time. You need to be there to take him for a pee at the same times each day, at least for the first few weeks.
Apart from that, you’ll just need patience and an optimistic attitude, then you’re ready to get to work!
How to make my dog pee at one spot inside the house?
Hello Sanya, Check out the Exercise Pen method from the article linked below. The article mentions using a litter box, but if you are indoor potty training with the intent to also potty train outside when he gets older, then I suggest using a real grass pad and being sure to put the exercise pen somewhere where your pup will not have access to that area as an adult when you do outside potty training - when you teach a pup to go potty inside, they will learn to go in that same spot, so when you remove the pad, if they can still access the spot, they will continue to pee there even if the pad is gone sometimes. Exercise Pen method: https://wagwalking.com/training/litter-box-train-a-chihuahua-puppy Best of luck training, Caitlin Crittenden
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