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Housetraining a puppy

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Puppies need:-a routine-a designated spot to eliminate-a feeding schedule-praise-a confined area-patience The success and time that your puppy becomes housetrained will depend on how consistent you are.Routine: A young pup will need to go out first thing in the morning, last thing in the evening, 15 minutes after meals and large drinks, after a nap or rigorous activity, before you go out and immediately upon your return and every hour in between. They may even need a trip out in the middle of the night until they are about 4 months old. Always take them to the same location and...

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How to stop your dog marking inside the house

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By using a Male Belly Band it will help stop your dog from marking its territory inside your house and it will save your furniture, carpets and floors from the damage of dog urine. A Belly Band is a physical barrier between your male dog's urine and your furniture, walls, carpets and beds etc. Belly Bands will also save you a lot of the frustration of cleaning up dog urine odors.

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Things to Consider when Buying Female Dog Diapers & Male Belly Bands

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When you are considering buying dog diapers, this is probably going to be for one of three reasons. 1- you could be considering short term use for a younger dog during house training or for a dog recuperating from an operation or illness who cannot go outside to urinate. Other short-term use situations might include vacations like a hotel stay, family or a friend home. 2- You could be considering using one for an older dog who is becoming incontinent or for a younger dog that suffers from urinary incontinence when excited or who scent marks inside the house. 3-...

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Is you dog being territoriality

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Dog being territoriality is not always a bad thing, but it is definitely bad for your home, because it involves urination around things or places that “belong” to the dog; exposure to the scent later can also trigger re-marking. To help prevent this from happening in your home or better yet in someone else home you should consider having your dog wear a Belly Band.

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How Male Dog Belly Bands Work?

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The garment is lined with a soft shell fabric and secured around the dog's waist with a Velcro closure. When the animal attempts to lift his leg and urinate, the band prevents the urine from escaping, and it is drawn into disposable pad. At clean up time, the pad is thrown away and replaced with a fresh one. If the outer shell is damp, it will be necessary to rinse it and allow it to dry before further use. For this reason, it's best to have at least two bands on hand so you'll always have a clean, dry band...

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