How to Potty Train Your Dog in 7 Days | Super Awesome Dogs

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Potty training your dog can be a frustrating task but patience and consistency can be great tools for a better potty training experience.

Training Tips:

1) When you take your dog out to go to potty try taking them to the same spot.

This will help teach your dog that this is where they should go. After they do go, be sure to give them lots of praise and love to let them know they did a good thing.

2) Refrain from using pee pads they can be confusing to your dog.

Pee pads may lead to them peeing on the carpet or blankets. You should always make time to take them outside because you want to teach them to only go outside.

3) Puppy crates are a positive thing for your dog; it is like their room or den. It is their space!

Refrain from using the crate as a way to punish your pet. When they are in the crate be attentive to your dog watch for warning signs that they need to go out.

4) Accidents Happen! You should only scold or punish them if you catch them in the act.

Punishing your dog afterwards or rubbing their nose in their mess can be very confusing for your dog.

If you follow these tips you should be on your way to having a potty trained pup in 7 days!

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85 Comments on “How to Potty Train Your Dog in 7 Days | Super Awesome Dogs”

  1. One video and I’m convinced. Love your energy and delivery! Keep up the good work. I see a very promising future for you.

    1. I’m not sure but ,if anyone else needs to find out about puppy training videos online try Skyarza Puppy Lessons Star (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got great success with it.

    1. Shannon Lewis I think he was trying to be respectful towards her, but in a different way, which he obviously didn’t get appreciated. Lol

  2. I get the feeling this girl doesnt train dogs/puppies often. A lot of what she said didnt really make sense. And that divider in the crate made the space too small. But i hope she was just using it to show everyone how it worked. And Even though I understand that crates can be helpful for dogs and puppies, I still feel bad when they use them. I just got a 9 week old toy poodle and she has the whole bathroom to call her own lol. We just make sure there’s nothing on floor and she has her bed and puppy pads on the ground along with a couple toys. And since we have a 2 year old son, we just use his baby gate in the doorway so she stays in the bathroom without feeling too lonely. I even have a couple of the battery operated candles for at night so she isn’t scared.

    1. +Faris Jaclyn Hello Faris we had a dog that we crate trained and for over 9 years she had no problem in the crate when unsupervised and she liked going in the crate very much . She was also potty trained in a certain area in the yard too. Im a professional carpet cleaner and probably had to only clean up a mess in my home 3 or 4 times in 9 years once she was trained . I have cleaned many homes with extensive urine stains and mainly because they let the dog run free in the house or a room. The people who crate trained and potty trained correctly had little or no stains at all . I do agree with your crate training method and the example of the divider depending on size of dog. Also the crate isn’t supposed to be used like a 24 hour thing just for times when the dog cannot be supervised. 

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    3. +Christy Marie You’re raising a puppy, not a child. Because you feel “badly” when owners use their crates to train their dogs, doesn’t take away from the fact that having a den, or confined area in which the dog can feel safe and secure is actually something the dog craves. In nature, a dog uses their den to hide from danger, sleep, and raise their young. The video was spot on, and every point she made was absolutely valid. Pet owners have a bad habit of over-privileging their dogs and treat them like children (giving them their own room and putting their beds next to their pads is 100% the wrong approach — dogs do not like to soil close to their bedding, as it is the same to them as soiling in their dens; a big no-no in the canine world). Educate yourself before you spread misinformation to other, like-minded viewers who will inadvertently raise dogs that aren’t well adapted to a normal canine lifestyle.

    4. I know this. This is a 3 minute video! I didn’t edit the video! Some of my points were cut out of the video.

    5. I live on the 19th floor. Puppy pads are a life saver! I put them on the bathroom floor in the morning for my dog. Catching him in the “act” and picking him up… getting snow gear on.. locking my door… waiting on the elevator… going downstairs.. then letting him finish going to the bathroom outside… that’s not an option!!.. can you just see the mess!!! I think this video is geared for people who live on the 1st floor or a house… BUT you shouldn’t give advice to NOT use puppy pads under any circumstances… people just don’t only live in houses!!!!

    1. interesting points ,if anyone else wants to uncover house train a puppy try Pycanta Puppy Trainer Protocol (just google it ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my m8 got amazing success with it.

  3. my puppy goes outside and pees…. a lot. then comes inside to explore, while i follow him, and will pee again. scream ahhh and take him outside. been 3 weeks doing this

  4. I have a boy dachshund, I tried showing him what to do by pissing outside with him and It worked. Monkey see monkey do.

    1. Living Life use one of those puppy of dog pee or poop bags then put thoes in there cage or floor so if u don’t want them to pee poop on your stuf

    2. I am waiting for a dog from rumaina which I adopt I t is 3years old I have a dog with me now he16years old very quitet how best fore to potty train please

  5. You know something’s wrong when your dog doesn’t have enough room to lie down in their “bedroom”…

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    3. This was great, thanks, been searching for “dog potty training fast” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Kanenry Sondalyn Genie – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my m8 got excellent success with it.

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    5. interesting points ,if anyone else wants to uncover house training your puppy try Grathaw Canine Teaching Expert (just google it ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

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