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How to Potty Train a Dog in 6 Simple Steps

How to Potty Train a Dog in 6 Simple Steps By Beth Jeffrey, Dog Trainer. Potty training your dog is fundamental and can be easier than you think. Here are 6 simple steps on how to potty train a dog. 1 – Show Your Puppy the Relieving Area The first thing you need to do when you get your puppy home is take them to relieve themselves. Regardless of your living situation and where you would like your dog to relieve, you should immediately take them there. You can attach a leash to your puppy so you are able to keep them in the reliving area until they go. If you are taking a puppy outside, you want to differentiate between indoors and outdoors. Many people just leave their doors open, figuring t


Summer is upon us and with it will come triple digit temperatures. We’ll all be doing our best to stay cool, and so will our family pets. But, they will definitely need our help. When those temperatures soar, your dog will need shade, fresh cool drinking water, and a shallow wading pool. Walks are best taken in early morning and evenings. Dogs are most comfortable walking on cool grassy ground. Walking your pet on sidewalks, parking lots or gravel can severely burn the pads of your dog’s feet. Those temperatures easily reach 140°. My blood absolutely boils when I see a dog being taken for a walk on hot pavement, while their owners are wearing shoes to protect their own feet from being scorch

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