Dog Urine on Your Carpet? Don’t Panic: Follow These 3 Steps

Dog Urine on Your Carpet? Don't PanicYou come home to your furry friend waiting for you at the door. But as you kick off your shoes and walk around at home, suddenly you step in a sizable wet spot on your carpet. You didn’t spill a drink, and your canine friend suddenly seems to drop his tail and shy away from you. He had an accident and peed inside. Now the problem is that the urine soaked in, and it’s going to start to smell in a few hours. What should you do?

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Potty Training Puppies: 5 Steps to Successfully House Training a New Dog

Puppy dog potty training

The joy of bringing a new puppy home can be quickly dampened—literally—by their tendency to do their ‘business’ in the house. While dog potty training can be an ongoing process, owners can get their pup on track generally within a couple of weeks with the right approach, consistency and lots of praise. In addition to training tips, a dogs poor potty habits may be attributed to poor intestinal bacteria. In those cases, good dog probiotics may help in house training. Assuming your dog has great intestinal bacteria and “goes” regularly, the below training tips may also help new owners avoid common dog house training mistakes and propel the house breaking process.

1. Go On 24/7 Puppy Patrol

Owners need to know where dogs are constantly during the potty training stages. Read more Potty Training Puppies: 5 Steps to Successfully House Training a New Dog