How To Housebreak a Dog

Watch this video for a demonstration of “How To Housebreak a Dog”. Tocomplete the task, you will need: Lots of patience Newspapers White vinegar Get started with the first step: Choose one area, such as a back bedroom or the bathroom, and lay down three layers of newspapers on the floor. This will become your dog’s “potty place” in the house. During the times that no one is at home, keep your pet confined to the potty place. For the complete guide, go to www.howcast.com Also check out Howcast for other do it yourself videos from mvazqu and more videos in the Housebreaking and Training Dogs category. How can you contribute? Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or apply to the Howcast Emerging Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com

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25 thoughts on “How To Housebreak a Dog

  1. Axel10011

    i know from experience that basset hounds are the most stubborn and difficult dogs to housebreak. if you can housebreak a basset hound you can pretty much do anything lol

  2. noodle0912

    Voice commands should be limited to one syllables word. Like “go” or “out”, said with a firm tone.

  3. keithtuber

    “go pee” ha uts cool how m dog understnds english enough, all i have to do is say “if you gotta use the bath room, go out side” and she just walks out the door and goes. lol

  4. keithtuber

    “pick your dog up” …how the hell am I suppose to do that with a yellow Labrador retriever?

  5. IPawnt

    What the hell? So you’re basically teaching your dog to pee in two places? But when you take away the newspapers he’ll just pee on the ground?…

  6. mrfolopi

    you know…. .keeping your dog inside the toilet isn’t really good. prefer to errrr….. leave the door open, and let the dog go when he needs to.

  7. Gegeratsu

    @djoxer Thats your opinion, I have both cat and dog, I love them to death. Cats serve as a friend if you live alone, so, they do have a purpose, As do dogs.

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