How long to house train a shih tzu puppy

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how long to house train a shih tzu puppy

Shih Tzu Puppy Training: The Ultimate Guide on Shih Tzu Puppies, What to Do When You Bring Home Your New Shih Tzu Puppy, Shih Tzu Potty Training, How to Meet Exercise Needs and More by Francine Warren

The Shih Tzu is an active, happy and affectionate breed. They are small, sturdy and intelligent. Considered to be part of the toy size of dogs they are the least delicate and strong for their size. They are easy to fall in love with because of their playful personality, tiny size, long hair and adorable face.

Bringing home a new Shih Tzu puppy can be a fun and memorable time. It can also be a lot of work filled with a whole new set of responsibilities. This guide will help you maneuver through those first few weeks and months with your new best friend.

You will learn everything you need to know so that you are well prepared from what supplies you will need and how to puppy proof your home so your Shih Tzu is safe, to potty training, what food to feed and how much, bathing tips, pros and cons of puppy insurance and more.

There is a special chapter on how to exercise your Shih Tzu puppy.
Before you are finished you will learn the best ways to teach your new Shih Tzu puppy tricks.

Finally, we will finish with a very poignant Puppies Ten Commandments.

You will find this a very helpful and thorough guide, essential to making sure the transition for you and your family and new Shih Tzu puppy is as positive and successful as possible.
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How to potty train your puppy to use puppy pads

Your Shih Tzu puppy can begin potty training as soon as he arrives in your home, however, he will get it easier the older he gets. You should remember that your.
Francine Warren

How to Potty Train a Shih Tzu Puppy

Shih Tzu puppies are tiny, independent dogs who can be stubborn to train, especially when it comes to housebreaking. Tempt your dog to potty outdoors with treats and praise. Consistent, positive training methods work well with this breed and should have your dog eliminating outdoors like clockwork in no time. Walk your Shih Tzu on a leash to a convenient spot in your yard or near your home. Shih Tzus are small dogs and don't require a lot of exercise, so the closer to your home the better. Choose a spot that is protected from the elements if possible, such as under a roof overhang so your little guy won't have to deal with excess rain or snow, which can discourage him from wanting to go outside with you.

House Train a Shih Tzu: Observe!

Potty training a Shih Tzu puppy takes time and patience. Your Shih Tzu actually started potty training while he was still in his den with his litter mates and his mother. Puppies learn very easy early on to separate their potty areas from their living quarters.

When we say house train a Shih Tzu, we are referring to housebreaking, house training, crate training, and potty training -- basically all mean the same thing but might have different meanings to different people. As with all training that we do, we believe in positive, gentle approaches that do not include harsh punishment. House training or housebreaking, a new puppy is by far the most important time investment that you can make in your new family member. A well trained and potty trained puppy becomes a true family member and a beloved and trusted companion. More dogs find their way to pounds and rescue agencies each year because they never mastered pottying in the place deemed appropriate by their owner. It is so very similar to potty training a two year old. It is exactly the same with puppies.

Are you looking for the definitive guide to Shih Tzu potty training? We know that the web is full of potty training guides, we know also that dog training is often contradictory and confusing. We are teaching your Shih Tzu the right place to potty, which is crucial for a good mutual relationship between the two of you. Before we go on I would like you to know, for sure, that dogs are not wolves and that they do not work against us to try and achieve a certain role within the home, this theory has been disproven and is therefore a dog training myth. Interestingly the dog, by nature, is a co-operator.

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  1. Jesse C. says:

    Shih Tzu are a smart, highly trainable breed of dog.

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