Beabull Puppies Ask For Potty Breaks

Beabull puppies are very intelligent dogs which is probably why you have a little one running around your feet right now. You’re probably also starting housetraining and want to make sure you do everything right the first time. One very important part of housetraining is making sure your Beaubull puppy knows how to ask to go out. We have the tips on training him to do just that!

Many dogs are the silent askers that stand by the door and wait patiently for someone to read their mind. By the time you notice, they’re practically crossing their legs. Teaching your dog to let you know that he has to go is important – teaching him to make it ring loud and clear is even better.

Get a set of bells at your local craft store and hang them beside the door where you take your Beabull puppy out to potty. Make sure the bells are low enough to the ground so that your pup can reach them. Get a handful of treats and bring your dog to the door. Hold out the bells to your pup’s face and say “touch”. When he touches them with his nose, immediately praise him and give him a treat. Repeat this each time you take him outside. After a few trips, try moving the bells farther away or to the side to make sure he really understands what he is supposed to do.

When your Beabull puppy is touching the bells without you holding them, have him “touch” before each potty break. Once he touches the bells, let him outside. Soon, he will catch on that the bells open the door and will do this each time he needs to potty. Now you can hear his request from the other room!



Source by Moses Peter

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