How To Potty Train My Rottweiler Puppy - Best Way To Fully (Housebreak) Your Rottweiler



Free Rottweiler Training . Learn how to potty train a Rottweiler Puppy without all the frustration that comes with housebreaking puppies.

How To Potty Train My Rottweiler Puppy - Best Way To Fully (Housebreak) Your Rottweiler

In this video we talk about Rottweiler house-training, potty training, housebreaking tips that will get you and your puppy started out on the right foot, preventing you from having delayed results. So if you follow these potty training tips for your Rottweiler Puppy, you should get the job done in a reasonable amount of time.

Potty Training Your Rottweiler

Potty training can be very frustrating for both you and your dog if not properly done. Whether your Rottweiler is a puppy, or a grown dog, you must be patient and consistent in your potty training (housebreaking) to ensure that they eventually know through praise when and where they are supposed to go to the bathroom.

You must, must be consistent when potty training your Rottie. That means, especially if he or she is a puppy, you must take them outside often. And by often, I mean every hour or two minimum!

When you take them outside, you want to take them to an area of your yard or on a walk that you would like to designate as the potty area. With their leash on, place them in the designated potty area and wait for them to go.

When they finally squat and go potty, you must immediately give them a huge praise. Make a fuss, give them scratches behind the ears, and big pats on the head. And immediately take them back inside.

Do not leave them out in the yard to run and play, or continue taking them for a walk. They need to learn at first that they are outside to go to the bathroom. This is fine to do once potty training is established, but in the training stages it is important to be clear, and consistent.

If you’re Rottweiler is a puppy, this is even more important. Before you go to bed, take your puppy out to go potty. As soon as you wake up, take him out again.

Take them out about 20 minutes after they eat, drink or play time.

Watch for signs they gotta go, like sniffing, circling or they suddenly disappear.

Dealing With Accidents

This is the crappiest part of potty training, no pun intended. All puppies and dogs are going to have occasional accidents. Why is that? Because it is an accident. It’s not an intentional thing. Sometimes they just can't hold it any longer.

When this inevitably happens, you must keep your temper. Do not ever hit the dog for messing on the floor.

Make sure you clean the area properly. even if you can't smell traces of urine, your pet can, so you must be sure to remove, neutralize that odor, this means following all the recommended cleaning steps in your free mini course. If you fail to completely clean the area, your re-training efforts will be useless.

Potty training does not happen overnight, same goes for any type of dog training, so please be patient with me. Done right I will get there, and the best is yet to come.

Best Wishes to both you and your pal.

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