People often fail to realize quite how cute a Pit Bull puppy is until they see one in person. They have a tremendous amount of energy and their tail seems to wag non-stop. Fortunately, your Pit Bull puppy is no different. However, there are some occasions when his tail isn’t wagging. For example, when you come downstairs and he’s had an accident and knows you won’t be too happy. These accidents are becoming a regular occurrence and you’re getting fed up with spending time on your hands and knees cleaning up pee.
Training him to pee outside will only bring benefits. No more smell of urine coming from your floors. No more holding your breath when you turn on the downstairs light each morning. No more stressing about taking him to friends' houses. Lastly, you won’t have to worry about your young children coming into contact with potentially harmful bacteria.
The good news is, training a Pit Bull puppy to pee outside is relatively straightforward. The most important part of the training will be getting him into a consistent routine. If you can do that, half the battle will already be won. You will also need to motivate him to only go outside. Fortunately, treats and toys can both make that easier. Finally, you will need to make his new outside toilet a place where he feels comfortable and relaxed.
If he’s eager to please and fairly receptive, you could see results in a matter of days. However, if this habit has already become rather cemented then you may need a couple of weeks. Get this training right and you can stop buying antibacterial spray as often as you purchase milk. You’ll also be able to relax letting him roam around the house unsupervised.
Before you can get to work, you’ll need to collect a few bits. Stock up on tasty treats or small pieces of his favorite food, like cheese. You will also need a clicker for one of the methods.
You will need to set aside time throughout the day for training. The more frequently you are there, the sooner you will be able to stamp out the habit. A training leash will also be required.
Once you have the above, just bring patience and some cleaning equipment, then work can begin!