One of the biggest mistakes many Poodle owners make is thinking that they need to wait until their pooch is a little older before they start working on potty training. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, you should start working on potty training before you bring your pup in the house for the first time.
As soon as you let your Poodle out of the car, put him on his leash and take him to the spot on your lawn where you want him to go potty. Be sure to praise him and give him a treat if he does. This will help establish a precedent that will carry on throughout the training.
Poodles are highly intelligent dogs capable of learning a wide range of tricks and behaviors, but before you try to train your pup some of the more advanced tricks, one of the first things you need to teach your dog, is that it is not okay for him to pee in the house. You do this by teaching your pup to pee outside on a particular spot in the yard. You can start working on this from the moment you pull up in the yard. Before you take your pup in the house, be sure you take him to your chosen spot to go potty. This sets the wheels turning in his mind and prepares him for what is to come.
The good news is that you won't need much in the way of supplies to train your poodle to pee outside. Of all the supplies you need for this type of training, time and patience are among the most important. Training your pup to pee outside is not something that is going to happen overnight, and you must have the time and patience to see it through.
When training a Poodle, you need to be consistent at all times. This is the best way for your pup to learn to go potty outside.