Indoor Puppy Potty Training Means No Need To Rush Home

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With successful indoor puppy potty training say with a dog litter box, there is no need to rush home after work just to take the dog outside for elimination.  No more worries about getting caught in rush hour traffic either.

Dog owners who choose to house train dogs indoors with a litter box can even sleep in weekend mornings rather than have the need to take their dogs outside again first thing in the morning.  In fact, there dog owners can do away with all fixed schedules in regards to their dogs completely if they chose indoor puppy potty training.

Here’s a short video where I talk about getting stuck in rush hour traffic but am not worried about rushing home since my two dogs Chester and Roxie are totally house trained inside with their own dog litter box.

This system has worked so well for us that I can come and go as I please without worrying that my dogs are going to turn my entire house into a washroom.  Instead, they have their designated place as their doggie washroom.

If you like the idea of not having to adhere to fixed schedules with regards to your dog as well, check out the information I have at my puppy potty training website.   While you are there, you might as well take advantage of the free basic dog obedience training video.

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  • Paper or litter training can be a godsend for people who work long hours, have mobility issues, or live in the city. It’s an appropriate tool for a particular situation. If you go into it fully recognizing the limitations — if your endgame is to have the dog eliminating outside and outside only, every time, then it may end up slowing down your progress — litter training can be hugely useful.
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  • Agree. That’s why when we choose to train dogs indoors, we are intending it as a lifelong lifestyle for the dog. Having said that, my dogs know where the litter box is when indoors and can also go outside during walks. They do not get confused.