Housebreaking requires consistent adherence to a schedule for taking the puppy outside when he wakes up, after meals, before bedtime, and often at intervals in between. Intermittent outdoor walks are necessary when your pup signals you with a bark, a whimper, an approach to the door, or an intense search for just the right spot. That’s a lot of going outside. Housebreaking is another of those pet-care activities that calls for advanced planning, taking into consideration when certain family members are at home.
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In today’s busy households, it may take an entire family working together diligently to train a single pup.
Pic of the Day: The story of Shay (almost) eating a corn fritter.