The dog is the one unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world. How do you treat your dog and housetrain it to adjust its behavior to its new living environment? The first step to begin with is to potty train your dog. But, in order to do that you should take the effort to watch for signs indicating when your pet wants to relieve itself. You should train it to answer its nature calls hygienically without causing any mess.
If you own a puppy, you should crate train it as soon as possible because a crate trained puppy is habituated to be confined in its own crate and does not dirty it as it is the place where it sleeps. During the training, always confine your puppy to your own room, so that you can keep an eye on what it does and train it effectively. Your puppy needs to “go” frequently in its early days. So, each time you spot the puppy doing the act, train it to finish the duties in the puppy potty without making a mess in the house and appreciate it with a treat each time it does it right.
It’s a little more difficult to potty train older dogs, as they require more repetition and patience to learn. Especially, when there is a change of environment due to change of residence and lack of a backyard, the dog is forced to adjust its lifestyle. Petlawn is a wonderful innovation which aids in dog potty training which is an annoying process for many pet lovers.