Most toilet training issues arise when the original toilet training has not been adequate. We consider a dog to be toilet trained when it has not had any accidents for four weeks.
These processes can be used with puppies and adult dogs. However the owner should begin with the end in mind, as dogs do develop preferences for surfaces to eliminate on. Therefore, owners should be encouraged to start training in the place they would like the dog to ultimately eliminate in.
NEVER rub the dog’s nose in faeces or urine
If you follow the steps and advice above you should see results within two weeks. We consider a dog to be fully toilet trained if it does not have an accident in 4 weeks.
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