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Standard poodle training on housebreaking is very important when planning to keep a poodle in the house. It may sound like a demanding and frustrating job, but it is worth it when you see how well-behaved your pet has become.

When housebreaking a pet crosses our minds, we always think about training them to go outside for potty session. But this all depends on where you live, so you can house train your dog to go to the bathroom on a puppy pads or newspapers.

The length of time for a standard poodle training can range from a few weeks to a few months. Puppies have small bladders and need to go to the bathroom every few hours, and it takes time for him to realize that the house is his living quarters and not a big toilet.

Never scold your dog unless you catch him in the act of messing in the house. And if in case he did, never hit him or rub his nose in it. Just get some paper towels and clean up the mess.

Standard poodle training especially for puppies need to be on a strict schedule when house training. They need to be taken out to potty after eating, waking up, and after playing. Taking them to the same area all the time will familiarize them of their potty area. Always give your puppy or dog lots of praise when it goes potty in the correct area.

If you start out house training your puppy on puppy pads and eventually want him to go outside, move the puppy pad a little closer to the door everyday. Eventually, you can move it out to the yard and then eliminate it all together.

When it comes to feeding, standard poodle training requires the highest quality food you can afford to be fed to your poodle at the same time everyday. This will make his potty time right on schedule and the better food quality, the less waste there is. Avoid giving him food or water after 7:00 at night to prevent untimely potty session.

Take him out right before you go to bed and first thing when you get up in the morning. If you do not have a yard to let your dog out , take your dog for a walk to go potty. Avoid making him too excited or disturbed while he’s looking for a place to potty. Take plastic bags with you in case he messes along the way.

If you are working and cannot supervise your puppy all the time, provide him a small space like a playpen or crate where he could spend his time alone. This will help avoid any unexpected accidents. Following these simple step of standard poodle training on housebreaking with patience and consistency will make your pet a house-trained poodle in no time!

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