Features February 2007 Issue

Tips on Potty Training Your Dog

You will especially appreciate your dog ability to eliminate on cue are when you are traveling and he needs to go at a time in an unfamiliar place and at a time that is convenient for you especially if it is freezing or raining.

Tips on Potty Training Your Dog

Teaching your dog to go potty on cue saves time (and maybe your carpet, too!).

Teaching your dog to eliminate on cue is such a valuable “trick” once your dog knows how, you will wonder how you ever coped without it. No more standing around shivering at night, waiting for “that magic moment.” No more walking around the block endlessly in frustration, when you have to get to work. No more “finding” poop on the bottom of your shoe in a part of the yard where you really didn’t expect to find it! And, we hope, no more “accidents” in the house.

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