First, the reason why dogs like to poop.


Golden Retriever

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Golden Retriever

First, the reason why dogs like to poop.

Anyone who has a dog knows that dogs sometimes like to pee everywhere, especially when they are out and about. For dogs, urinating is actually a strong sexual stimulus. If a female dog can walk around during estrus, she will try to urinate anywhere in order to make her presence known to the male dog and entice the male dog to come closer. This is because the female dog’s urine contains a chemical odor that attracts the male dog’s attention.

Again, males do the same thing, but males have another role in urinating, which is to define their sphere of influence and draw the attention and avoidance of other males.

When dogs and their owners go out for a walk, they will urinate on the road, usually choosing the location of a tree or utility pole. The dog gets very excited when he does this. Because he has spread his card~~>

Dog behavior

1. The dog keeps sniffing the urine next to the tree or pole. Based on the residual scent, you can tell when a dog you know, male or female, peed.

2. Even if a dog pees on another dog’s mark, because the scent is left behind, the other dog can know when to pass by.

3. The dog pees in one place, marks it, and then goes to another place to continue the action, so to speak, with pleasure.

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Baby dogs pee anywhere as a communication behavior. Baby dogs like to pee a few drops in corners, lamp posts, tree heads, garbage cans, fire hoses, and near door frames and then scratch with their hind legs. Some baby dogs will pee in their kennels and then pee with other baby dogs. In fact, this is a socialization activity and bonding between baby dogs.


2. Dog toilet time

Bull Terrier

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Bull Terrier

2. Time for the dog to go to the bathroom

One of the biggest headaches for parents is training their dog to pee. Puppies don’t know any better and pee everywhere. The parents wipe the poop and pee behind the dog’s butt, but it’s acceptable when the dog is small. When the dog slowly grows up, especially the big dog, parents really can not stand. So it’s a good habit to train your dog to pee from a young age.

Generally, dogs defecate about 30 minutes after eating, or about 15 minutes after drinking water. This is a time when you can pay special attention. If you find your dog sniffing around on the floor, be on high alert. It is looking for a place to go to the bathroom, sniffing in small circles, fidgeting, and gurgling back and forth with its mouth. Don’t force your dog to behave as well as he can when he is younger than 6 months old. If you can’t guarantee that your dog won’t be able to keep his little head in control, 3-4 taking your dog out every hour and having newspapers or diapers at home is a good option.

[Dogs generally need a convenient time]

1. After waking up in the morning

2. After the frolic

3. After a nap

4. After eating

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In the early stages of training, do not take away the urine- and feces-stained newspaper immediately after your dog urinates or defecates to give him enough time to remember the correlation between the area and the smell of urine and feces. Using scent to help remember the results can make learning faster.


III. Ways to train your dog not to pull indoors




III. Ways to train your dog not to pull indoors

[Preparation tools]

1. Newspaper:Dogs urinate and then discard, economical.

2. Deodorizer: Eliminate odor without traces.

Training process

1. The first thing you do after deciding where to let your dog go to the bathroom is to lay the newspaper down there. The reason newspapers are laid all over is that dogs are not so smart to defecate directly on them the first time. After defecating on one of the newspapers with your encouragement, his training memory will be newspaper Defecation = encouragement”, even if it is the first step to success!

2. Gently guide your dog to the toilet 10 to 20 minutes after feeding or at the end of an activity. Close the door, let him move around the space of the newspaper, and then use words to encourage him to urinate.

3. Once the intention to urinate is present, please do not physically interfere, but give a verbal reward at the first opportunity. For example, good or good Good” .

4. When he finishes defecating on the newspaper, continue to give gentle encouragement, then stroke his head and back with your hand. The goal is to get the dog to like the behavior pattern, create a memory, and be willing to repeat it.

5. During training, if the dog can urinate on the newspaper each time, he can gradually reduce the number of newspapers, eventually reducing the number of newspapers to one block, and the dog will still go to the bathroom in that spot.

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Encourage cues with some effective sentences. For example, be a good pooper and your dog will take your words to heart for potty training.


Fourth, outdoor training methods for dogs not to pull

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Pine Stiff

IV. Outdoor training methods for dogs not to pull

[Preparation tools]

1. Poo pickup: The most loving owner wouldn’t be stupid enough to pick up poo directly with their hands! At least use a newspaper or plastic bag to avoid getting your hands dirty.

2. Plastic bag and toilet paper: cover the poo with toilet paper, then shovel it up with the toilet, and finally throw it in the plastic bag with the toilet paper for disposal.

Training process

1. Take your dog out for a walk at a regular time each day and remember to put the collar and leash on your dog. It is best to take the same route on each walk. It’s a good idea to make sure your dog wants to go to the bathroom when you get to a regular area, instead of wandering around, sniffing, and not being able to defecate.

2. The first key job of taking out for a walk is to urinate, so you can set up a set area. Once you get there, if the dog has not urinated, do not continue the walk trip. This reminds the dog that urination is done 2 encourages Continue the walk for 30 minutes without defecating and the owner gets annoyed.

3. Give verbal encouragement as soon as your dog starts to defecate. Pat him on the head and rub his back to let him know he has done another thing for the day.

4. Finally, there is the cleanup of dog excrement. This is a must! >

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Dogs defecate freely outside, and while it’s convenient, the most important end of the day must be done properly. Whatever method and whatever equipment you use is great, don’t forget to pick up the gold after your dog’s convenience and leave a clean road environment for everyone.

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