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It becomes rather annoying to have to follow your dog around with a pooper-scooper every time you take it out for a walk. Well, now there is a better way to ensure that you don’t have to.

Unlike cats as pets, dogs are not instinctively house trained, and when its time to go, its time to go. This becomes a really huge problem if your dog has access to your house, and you will have a really hard time getting rid of the funk, unless you find an effective way of training it where and when to go to the bathroom.

Easy tips for dogs

Dogs require a lot of attention, they understand when you are angry, and they even get the fact that you are rebuking what they did, unfortunately, they don’t feel guilty. So, if you don’t show them how, they’ll do it again. It’s not rocket science, contrary to what many people will have you believe, with a little extra work, it can be done.

What to do next with dogs

Find a place; the plan is to have somewhere where your dog can comfortable go to the bathroom without giving you a headache. The first and most important step is to go through your garden, and find the most appropriate location for your dog.

Dogs, much like humans, are all about routine. If they do it for long enough, it becomes a reflex. Dogs are adaptable, so right after your dog eats or sleep, walk it to the spot and wait. It’s a common mistake for you to try and force it out, but that will just scare the dog into holding it in for longer, all you have to do is wait. You can carry a book if it takes too long.

Take your dog out a few times every day, preferably after every 3 hours, make it constant, and reward your dog when he/she shows signs of adapting the routine.

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