This dog training video provides 3 simple steps to housebreak any puppy. Chad Culp, Certified Dog Trainer and Canine Behavior Specialist reviews fundamental …

9 Responses to Dog Training: Housebreaking in 3 Simple Steps

  • ThrivingCanine says:

    Many puppies will be too excited when out for walks to go potty. Try just
    hanging out in a small area until they go potty. Do not pay any attention
    to them until after they potty, as the distraction of your attention may
    keep them for going. When you come back inside, keep an eye on her and if
    she starts to go, interrupt her and get her outside right away. You may
    need to keep the leash on in the house for a little while after the walk so
    you can easily get her outside. 

  • Profit Ox says:

    I love your how your videos are short and concise. You are a great teacher!
    Thanks for the help!

  • Darnell Patterson says:

    I’m having a lot of trouble with my dog. He gets out the cage and starts to
    pee and then starts to pee more and pee more because he sees me looking and
    gonna pick him up to take him out and also because he keeps doing it. He
    will pee about 5 different places in one trip to outside. What do I do? I’m
    stuck. Help me please.

  • Jade Sandy says:

    My 3 month old Doberman no matter what we do she won’t go potty outside.
    I’ll take her outside but she’s pulls on the leash and I’ll take her for
    long walks and she doesn’t go and right when she comes inside, she go’s
    inside. What do I do???

  • Eric T says:

    i’ve been taking my german shepherd out since he was 3 months old. He’s 8
    months old now and he still pees and poops in the garage(he sleeps there).
    Help

  • Darnell Patterson says:

    I’m having a lot of trouble with my dog. He gets out the cage and starts to
    pee and then starts to pee more and pee more because he sees me looking and
    gonna pick him up to take him out and also because he keeps doing it. He
    will pee about 5 different places in one trip to outside. What do I do? I’m
    stuck. Help me please.

  • ron davis says:

    THANK GOD Im not the only one with the problem with taking the dog outside
    but not doing anything. As soon as we get in, he lets it go. Getting old

  • Caroline Miranda says:

    I am having a problem with the management part. We live in an apartment and
    the boundaries I set were marked with a painting and a basket, and the
    puppy learned how to knock them down and pass through …. So I have been
    finding surprises …. Can someone explain the purpose of crate training?

  • Koby Holland says:

    Every time I think my puppy needs to pee I take him out but he doesnt want
    to pee outside he just does it inside. :/

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