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This is usually easily done by observing a few golden rules. Each time your puppy wakes up, take it outside to a grassy or other absorbent area and wait to see if it empties out if the pup performs, give it a command word "Get busy", god boy/girl. the pup will learn to go on command, after some time.
If the pup has emptied out it will probably be safe to bring it in for an hour or so. Keep doors to adjoining rooms closed. Take your puppy outside within 3 minutes of each meal.
Full tummies tend to make pups empty out. Pay attention. Pups circle before they go to the toilet.
[Most do anyway].
If you are unable to keep a close eye on the pup use a cage or crate in the house to confine the pup and observe the above rules to take the pup out. This works with adult Silky's or Yorkshire
Terriers too. 3 too 5 weeks is needed- to train most animals although many are quicker.
Most dogs empty on something absorbent. If you have carpet inside and concrete outside,
chances are your pooch prefers the carpet. Overcome this by providing something absorbent outside a special toilet training pad, tray of soil piece of carpet you can clean. "Good Boy" toilet training adds to encourage and discourage areas are available.
When house training, never punish the animal, it is your fault for being careless. Punishing often teaches pups to sneak off and do it out of sight in another room, or behind the lounge.
Work on praise for correct behaviour. Thoroughly clean "wrong" places.
Perfume often repels dogs - try some on the spot. Dogs tend to return to the same place.
A fully indoor dog can be trained to one place,- use guides above.
Please make a printout!
To toilet train your puppy at Night time. But please look the door! Bed time 10 pm - UP in the morning 6 am
At the time your puppy wakes up, take it outside to a grassy place for doing his business.
Work on praise for correct behaviour please!
Silky Terrier House Training - When you get him home!
A Silky (dog) is a creature of habit,
and likes to know where he can sleep or rest undisturbed and where he can go to find peace and quiet. So he feels secure, so buy him the most suitable type of box a Transport box right from he start on. Make sure it's not to small or to big. Leave the front of the box open at daytime. Close the door at night.
For bedding, a layer of newspaper on the floor of the box is sutiable. Cover this with a blanket which can be washed easily.
An old type of alarm clock often helps a new puppy to settle down to sleep by itself.
The ticking reminds it of its mother's heart and lets it sleep reassured.
(Or place the box close to your Bed for the first days only.)
Key Benefits: To have a well taint Silky Terrier or Yorkshire terrier
• The Silky is more Suitable to the Australian climate and is much easier to handle generally.
He is a hardy, alert, lovable little dog who will be a loyal companion to you and your family.
The Australian Silky Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier makes a good smart little watch dog, is easily house-trained
and being a small and affectionate, is eminently suitable for small -house or flat - dwellers.
• The Australian Silky Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier dos not shed hair all over the furniture and with minimum coat care,
he will not emit a doggy odor.
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