Potty Training a Puppy | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

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In house training your puppy, the first step in the process is how to toilet train appropriately. Today, I’m going to show you how to paper train your puppy either inside your home, in your backyard, on the street, or in a combination of both indoors and outdoors.

In Teacher’s Pet, Victoria Stilwell shows you how to employ her Positively Method to train your dog the right way, growing your level of communication to strengthen the bond between you and your pet.

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Victoria Stilwell is widely known as a dog trainer, author, and television presenter. Stilwell served as a judge on the CBS show Greatest American Dog and is best known as the host of the Animal Planet dog training TV show It’s Me or the Dog, where she counsels families with problem pets and solves their dogs’ behavior problems. In 2010, she launched Positively, the world’s first global network of hand-picked world-class dog trainers dedicated to providing the public a brand name they can trust in humane, force-free training.

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10 thoughts on “Potty Training a Puppy | Teacher’s Pet With Victoria Stilwell

  1. I wish she would have covered crate training. My GSD puppy won't potty in the house but he goes in his crate. He never stays in the crate for longer than 4 hours so I think he does it because he's mad when we leave.

  2. Idk why people waste money on pee pads. It's just a stupid process.. oh gee it's ok to pee inside the house woohoo. Dogs are meant to pee outside and if you want a happy dog take them outside frequently and consistently until they learn outside is the place to pee and you will be happy too.

  3. What do I do when all my puppy wants to do it to rip the pads up? I come home to an absolute mess.

  4. Puppy has a crate he goes in but and he has puppy pads down but still does it else where how can I stop this

  5. I despise this woman with every fiber of my being, I think she is directly responsible for the death of thousands of dogs. She knows absolutely nothing about man's best friend.

  6. When I brought home my dog Mogie; who is no longer alive. The best way I paper trained him was to watch him go to the bathroom, then watching him smell his own waste, and then picking him up right away to take him to the paper, and he was trained in a week. He was six weeks old, and he learned everything thereafter so fast. It all starts from the paper training, when you bring home a brand new puppy. Let them make a mistake, if you don't see your dog did something, just clean it up. If you show him later on, he won't know what you mean. Let them smell their own waste. lol and then quickly bring them to the paper and they will sniff it and then walk away. You just keep watching and before you know it, your dog is no longer going in the house, and it's all positive reinforcement, with out the dog knowing he learned something. Make the dog think it's easy to do and they will do it…

  7. Lol so this works? The dog goes on the pads after you've removed some? It won't go on the tiles??!

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