Can dogs eat apples?

The one stop spot for all your questions related dog nutrition and dog food

How to housebreak a puppy

Posted on | April 26, 2012 | No Comments


Let’s face it, housebreaking a new puppy can be a huge headache. If you’re reading this right now, I’m sure you hate picking up droppings in your house as much as I did. When I was attempting to housebreak my puppy, the frustration would build up and I would just get mad and give up. When I was about to give up, a colleague actually told me that getting some guidance might help and let me tell you, boy it did (Thanks Angela!).

If you want to know how to housebreak a puppy the easy way, you should check out this fabulous guide. It doesn’t cost much considering you’re doing the housebreaking yourself so I’d recommend this as early as possible. There’s an 8-week guarantee so you really don’t have much to lose.

The book generously gives you step by step instructions on how to housebreak a puppy with the least bit of effort. There’s also detailed information on various dog breeds (up to 59) so it’s more of a personalized experience.

Indoor and outdoor housetraining tips are included with the guide. It will also give you awesome positive reinforcement methods (such as the ones I’ve talked about on other pages of this site). Alright let me get done with this recommendation and leave you to decide for yourself. If you’ve tried everything else or are as skeptical as I was, why not give it a shot? It’s only twenty bucks!


What the guide includes:

  • Getting to know your dog
  • Housetraining methods
  • Knowing your dog’s signals
  • Accidents while housetraining your dog
  • Special situations
  • Breed by breed housebreaking
  • Health related issues

Alright I’m done talking, Get your copy here!



Leave a Reply

  • Recently Written

  • Important

    Disclaimer: None of the information has been fact checked by a professional nutritionist or a vet. The information on this site is to be used simply as a guide. I have written these articles from personal experience and through research but I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information. What you give your dog is solely up to you and you should NOT give your dog anything you are unsure about.
  • Places of interest

  • Plasti dip car