7 Ways To Cure Your Dog’s Housetraining Problem

August 30, 2012 by  
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Dog Training Video – Discover 7 housetraining secrets expert dog trainer Eric Letendre uses to cure tough housetraining issues. This informitive dog training video offers useful and easy to apply dog training tips. Don’t forget to rate this video, leave comments and subscribe to my channel. You can also get my FREE ebook “101 Ways To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior” at: www.amazingdogtrainingman.com

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24 Responses to “7 Ways To Cure Your Dog’s Housetraining Problem”
  1. chevy15136 says:

    how do i housebreak a 6-7 year old dog that has been outside all his life

  2. Rightpath77 says:

    Hello I just received a 14 month old red nose pitbull female. She seems to be a very good dog but she is not house trained. Is it possible to house train her at this age?

  3. TheBabyliv says:

    i love the bit here you say good doggg, my big ampt just raised his ears and wagged his tail :D

  4. Beatnikzombie says:

    When my dogs ask to go out, I don’t ask them why they want to go out. I just let them go out. Sometimes they spend an entire day out in the kennel.

  5. joly457 says:

    The problem is the purpuse of the bell is not to go out its to ”potty” and if the dog knows bell means OUT hes going to ring it all the time ,unless how he said :just take it off when the dog is house trained, thats brilliant because I was wondering what people would do, now they dont have to constantly hear that BELL.LOL

  6. joly457 says:

    If the crate is small enough he will try his best not to ”potty” in it but puppies have very small bladers and can only hold it in for so long,rule of thumb is an hour for each month(one month=one hour,two months=two hours) so he will try not to so he wont get dirty but he cant hold it for too long,unless the crate is big and he can potty in one corner and lay down in the other ,thats why its important for the crate too be the perfect size,look up crate training.Hope that helps:-)

  7. Amelia rummel says:

    I like your video. If I see my puppy peeing on my floor. And I say no loud. he stops and runs to the door. so I hope that is a good thing. I also have a crate that I leave him in when I leave. but when I come back. hes has peed in it. How do I get him to stop peeing in his crate?

  8. Beatnikzombie says:

    I don’t get the problem. So, the dog will ring when it wants to go out. You put it out. 

  9. lovemygirlsjas says:

    Thank you so much for posting all of your video’s I breed Golden Retrievers and I’m now getting a cocker spaniel these have helped many new puppy owners and now I’m going to use them again!

  10. snuffles8989 says:

    Thanks. I never thought of that.Cool videos by the way.

  11. mothertruth says:

    my dog is about 2 moths old and he waits till we are asleep and craps the floor. we are taking him out more than several times daily. he also constantly licks the ground. is the help for this?

  12. eletendre1 says:

    Thanks for your question. You can always take the bell off the door once your dog is housetrained. Good luck!

  13. eletendre1 says:

    Thanks for your question. You can always take the bell off the door once your dog is housetrained. Good luck!

  14. eletendre1 says:

    Thanks for your question. You can always take the bell off the door once your dog is housetrained. Good luck!

  15. eletendre1 says:

    Thanks for your question. You can always take the bell off the door once your dog is housetrained. Good luck!

  16. snuffles8989 says:

    I watched a video, that said not to teach your dog to ring a bell when it needs to go to the toilet, because when it is older and doesn’t need to go to the toilet as much, it will still ring the bell because it means that somebody will come and take it outside. I seem to be stuck in the middle now to whether it’s a good idea or not. PLEASE respond as soon a possible.

  17. angeseptember says:

    i just got my white gsd 5 days ago, she was neglected and is between 4-6 months, she is/was very nervous and skittish and would always pee indoors. I have been rubbing her belly while outside and try lifting her rear up and she goes pee, is it ok to do this? she is getting a lot more comfortable as she now lets me rub her belly

  18. kerker2k7 says:

    plz answer wall my dog do is play when i take him out. how to make him do it

  19. PrimaryColour2000 says:

    thanks very much for posting these tips – this is much appreciated

  20. Ricardo Salas says:

    you have to stop giving it food and water 2 hours before you and your dog are going to go to sleep

  21. envymetoo101 says:

    My experience with those pads has been unfavorable. My dogs would always just shred them. Ive had 3 dogs and was never successful with using them!

  22. envymetoo101 says:

    I’ve had a Toy Fox Terrier for a little over a year. She will do #1 outside but will not do #2. She is crated at night and while Im at work (9hrs) and each morning/day I go to let her out she has done her business. Can a toy breed hold it 9 hours. Im very frustrated, I dont want to have to clean a dirty cage every morning and every evening, but she is a rescue and I would like to work with her before giving her up (which is where it looks like it headed) PLEASE HELP! Thx

  23. StLCardsGuy says:

    A well trained dog is such a joy.

  24. steelergirlkerns says:

    I HAVE A BISHON FRISE I DOG SIT IN MY HOME EVERY NOW AND THEN. ITS MY MOTHER-IN-LAWS SHES 83 AND SHE USES THE PADS AT HER PLACE AND WE DO BRING THE PADS HERE WHEN I DOG SIT HIM BUT HE DONT USE THEM HE GOES ON MY CARPET AND THE DOG IS 4 MONTHES OLD AND DOESNT GO OUTSIDE MOTHER IN LAW DONT WANT THAT CAUSE SHE CANT GET OUT TO TAKE HIM TO DO HIS BUSINESS OUTSIDE THATS WHY SHE HAS THE PADS. PLEASE HELP ME ON WHAT TO DO. THANK YOU

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