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PostSubject: 7 Days to a House Trained Dog   Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:37 am

7 Days to a House Trained Dog


You cannot possibly live happily with a dog unless you
have it housetrained. It’s the first issue you need to address
once you bring your dog home. Actually—you need to
address this issue of housetraining even before you bring
your dog home!
Some people feel it’s a pretty daunting task to housebreak a
puppy or a dog. It is, but it shouldn’t scare you off. People
begin by being scared and end up with a badly trained pet.
Often pets are abandoned because they seem to be immune
to training. The major thing you need to learn is that a
housetrained dog is one who can control his natural urges
and get you to help him or her. If your idea of a
housetrained dog is one who opens the latch and helps
himself out or someone who uses the potty and flushes it,
then it will be a very daunting task indeed!
However, if you know the tricks of the trade, things get
easier. In fact, this book is going to show you how you can
have your dog well on his way to being housetrained in a
week. Yes in a week, which by the way, means seven days!
No miracles promised but a week is enough to have your
dog attuned to what the potty rules are in the house. All it
takes is a bit extra on your part for the next 7 days.

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