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Potty Training Dogs – Is it really that hard?

Posted on | January 18, 2013 | No Comments

Lets face it, we all want a dog that is already fully trained but that’s not always the case. Sometimes we have to put in the effort for our little buddy to do things the way we want them. Potty training dogs can be a huge headache but not if you know the right things to do.
If you remember, as I have stated in almost every other article, food is usually a great tool when training dogs. Give your treats whenever he or she does something right. The first thing I did wrong when I tried learning how to potty train my dogs was to take classes.

A place near me, was holding classes on a Saturday morning teaching people how to train your dog to do tricks, general dog training, and how to potty train dogs. The class was 3 hours long and about 80 bucks. ys I was thinking $80 isn’t too bad to learn how to potty train my dog. It’s much cheaper than paying someone to do it for me. After I was done with the class, I did learn quite a few things but my wallet was feeling sore and I still had no idea what I was doing to train my dog.

Endless hours of browsing online for tips to potty train dogs kept leaving me in the dust but finally I came across a book that helped me get the steps down. The book teaches you how to potty train dogs in about 7 days and in just that 1 week, I was closer to having a fully potty trained dog than I ever was before. I do plan on getting a new puppy in a week so this knowledge definitely will be carried over. Enough talking, I’ll let the book speak for itself. You can get the book here and it’s about 15 bucks or so.

Some of the information in the book will have you going “doh, I should have known that” but there’s also lots of information that will keep you amazed. For some reason I had people emailing me about special “dog training equipment” that they should buy but I told them all to save money because I don’t remember personally having ever used any “special equipment.” So if you do see places that tell you to buy this equipment, save your money and take it with a warning that it’s probably not required.


Sources: Potty train dogs book



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