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How do you housetrain a Havanese?

Question ? How do you housetrain A Havanese My Havanese puppy is 4 months and adorible … We got him from a local breeder and shes “mat formed” so it is taught to pee on one of these puppy pads … but I do not want to sit around our house to How do I break the habit and make him pee outside? Best answer: Answer by hello

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Keep it in a box if you do not play with her and take her outside a few hours. Big praise and treatment to go outside. Or do not listen to others who have told me that and like mine that uses That the papers and out 😉 It is high in winter or any time you want to sleep in 😉

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  • First thing first, get her out every hour to where you want it to go. Bring the puppy to the pad where you want it to go, she will associate where you want it to go. Do this for a few days, then fold the pad, and making it smaller each time … eventually it will not be there and she ira.Maintenant, if it has an accident in the house, say NO firmly and pick up with a paper towel, then pick it up and the dog, and provide both the “spot” and to the two down. It will also help the dog to associate the place where you want it aille.Bonne luck and I hope it works for you! A case will also help, but it must be the right size, just big enough for the dog to turn around and stand up. Any more than that. Dogs do not go where they dorment.En also cut the water like 8 or 22 hours. Empty the bladder – no pee! Lolla repetition is what works. Do not give pas.Ils also sell “no pee” or “pee here” sprays that might help you. (To prevent them from going where they do not belong, or they tell them where to go)

  • I had to do the same with my Havanese, when he was a puppy. Because your puppy is so young, you must understand that she does not have full control of his bladder and because it is still small, his bladder is so small. You need to bring him outside at least once every hour or every half our, if you can. Bring him out immediately when she wakes up, before bed, after meals, play time, and within minutes, she drinks water. For the next few months, she will also need to go in the middle of the night, so try to get her out every few hours and then. Say a command such as “pot”, then wait until she goes. If it does not go within 5 to 10 minutes, put it inside, then again in about 10 minutes and repeat the command. To do this, until she goes out of cleanliness. When she does, give him lots of praise and get her excitement, she knows she has done a good thing. If it is food motivated, find a cure, she really loves him and only give when it goes where it is assumed. I used Wellness Just for Puppy Treats for Rookie and he loved it http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/product-details.aspx?pet=dog&pid=65&dm=snack ~ ~ V can help him learn to go to the door when she needs to get out if you place a pillow by the door and nowhere else in our house. When you see going to the beach, immediately bring him outside and give the “jar” command, even if it started going on the pavement. This will help you to learn that she needs to go to the door when she needs to go potty, but it must done outside of cleanliness. Crating at night it will also help because a dog will not go potty where they sleep. The cabinet should be just big enough for her to stand up, lie down and turn around, but not so large that it may want to sleep at one end a small pot to another. Do not give food and water after some time in the evening will also, as around 19 hours. This will greatly reduce the number of times it needs to pot the night, she can not even go the tout.Ne not scold her to go home. It will not help anything, it is perhaps even scare him. If you catch her going in the house (even on the pavement), say “no” in a firm voice, bring it outside and give the command of cleanliness. Do this only if you catch him in the act if. There is a very short period of time (only 5-7 seconds) after your dog does something where they associate your praise or dismay at what they did. If you say “no” after that time, she will not understand why you are angry against it. Pick it up and bringing him and his outside where you want it to go will not be good either for the same raison.Soyez aware that potty training is not something that will happen overnight. It takes time, patience and perseverance are key. Some dogs learn more quickly than others. Small dogs tend to be harder to tame because of their small bladders, but the Havanese is a breed that lives to please its owners when the rent and we are delighted that they have done It is easier for them to learn what they are supposed to do. Good luck and I hope you bring your Havanese as much laughter and happiness as mine has brought into my life in recent years. They are quite the little characters!

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