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Old 09-19-2019, 10:00 AM
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my friend taught his dog to ask outside for two months.
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Old 09-20-2019, 05:38 PM
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Im 44 and if I drink enough whiskey Im still not potty trained.
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Old 10-17-2019, 05:58 AM
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Training a puppy from an early stage is very important as it becomes easy for them to adapt to the training.

By teaching them the normal commands, like sit, move stand etc potty training is also taught as it is very important to train your dog where to pee and where to potty. Any pet owner would never like their pet to pee or potty all over the house.

There are many home training methods any owner can teach to their pet there are a lot of house training methods also to train your puppy at home or else training your puppy at a nice training school would also help to learn them the basic commands.

Pets are the most loved members in any house, and when it comes to dogs every single person out there loves dogs and puppies. Once you think of bringing a pet home, it comes with a lot of responsibility. The first and very basic thing starts with training him. Training a dog from a very young age helps him to be obedient as he grows. Training can be provided at home or at any training center of our choice. Most people prefer training their dogs at home with a trainer.

Dog Training In Toronto helps your pet learn his role in your family and in the world. It will teach them the skills they to interact with other dogs and with the people inside and outside your home. Puppy training is the first step to teaching healthy behaviors and avoiding negative ones. There are no right or wrong skills you should start with. The most important part is teaching our dog needs to be a good listener and follow all our directions.

Patience and excellent communication skills will help a trainer to teach their canine and human clients effectively. The vast majority of dogtrainers are self-employed, though some may work for a head trainer or as a part of a pet store's training program.

Finding a perfect trainer as well as a perfect training school is a very important part to train your dog. Healthy Houndz a Puppy training Toronto based school who has an experienced trainer with a quite good experience.
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Old 11-26-2019, 04:28 AM
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find an older dog . take pup and other dog . for a run 2 or 3 hours . til the pup is really tired .shoulder blades showing.in this time the pup will have pooped or urinated several times.the pup will have discovered that the world is huge and there is space to go that is not where he lives.they only know what they have seen before this experience and have no idea that there is anything else until they are shown.
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Old 11-26-2019, 06:53 AM
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The whole point of house breaking a pup is so it will not go in the house and do it's business where you want them to do it! It is not to make the pup tired. I hope you were not serious , because I have trained enough pups to know nonsense when I see it. And a novice actually looking for help may take it seriously.
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