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Navigating Potty and Teething Adventures with a Paw-sitive Approach!


When Housebreaking a Teething Training a new puppy, keep these things in mind:

1. Consistent Schedule: Take your puppy outside frequently, especially after meals and naps.

2. Positive Reinforcement: Praise and reward when they eliminate outdoors.

3. Supervision: Keep a close eye on your puppy indoors to catch potential accidents.

4. Crate Training: Utilize a crate to establish a den and discourage indoor accidents.

5. Clean Accidents Properly: Use an enzymatic cleaner to eliminate odors and discourage repeat accidents.

6. Patience is Key: Understand accidents will happen, and patience is crucial.

7. No Punishment: Avoid scolding after the fact; puppies don't connect punishment to past actions.

8. Signal Recognition: Learn your puppy's signals for when they need to go.

9. Small Play Area: Limit the indoor space initially to reduce chances of accidents.

10. Routine Feeding Schedule: Regular feeding times contribute to a predictable bathroom schedule.

New Puppy Essentials!

1. Quality Puppy Food: Essential for proper growth, development, and overall health.

2. Collar and ID Tag: Vital for identification and safety in case your puppy gets lost.

3. Leash: Crucial for walks and outings, fostering good leash manners.

4. Comfortable Bed: Provides a designated and cozy space for rest.

5. Crate: Aids in house training, offers security, and serves as a safe space.

6. Food and Water Bowls: Stainless steel or ceramic for hygiene and durability.

7. Toys for Mental Stimulation: Essential for teething, chewing, and overall mental health.

8. Grooming Supplies: Brush, nail clippers, and shampoo for regular care.

9. Puppy Pads or Outdoor Training Supplies: Facilitates potty training.

10. Training Treats: Useful for positive reinforcement during training sessions.

Here is a list of stimulating puppy toys to help with Teething Training!

1. Chew Toys: Rubber or nylon toys like Kong are great for teething.

2. Plush Toys: Soft toys for comfort and play, ensure they're durable.

3. Interactive Puzzle Toys: Engage their minds while providing entertainment.

4. Squeaky Toys: Dogs often enjoy toys that make noise, but ensure they're safe.

5. Rope Toys: Good for tug-of-war, promoting dental health.

6. Balls: Various sizes and textures for fetching and chasing.

7. Freezeable Teething Toys: Soothe teething discomfort with frozen toys.

8. Durable Frisbees: Soft on the mouth and great for outdoor play.

Remember to supervise playtime and replace damaged toys promptly.


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