How to use Artificial Grass when Housetraining.
You can eliminate a yellow-spotted, burned grass lawn and reduce the odds of stepping in dog poop if you have a designated “dog bathroom” section of your lawn with artificial grass for your dogs to poop on. Whether you have a puppy or older dog, teaching him to go in one area is relatively easy if you practice patience and consistency.
The first step is to clearly define the area you want him to use. You can use garden fencing or rope and stakes, chicken wire. Giving your dog a physical landmark will help him remember and develop his habit. After you’ve created your “doggie bathroom,” take your dog on a leash directly from the house to the area every time he needs to go. You can give him a command, such as “pee pee” or “go pee.” When he does, generously reward him.
After a couple of weeks taking him on the leash, try taking him off leash to the same spot. If he gets off track and is looking for an alternative, get his attention and guide him to his “bathroom.” When he goes, praise him.
Once your dog has mastered the escorted toilet break, it’s time to move to unaided. When it’s time for him to go, open the door, give the command, and let him go on his own. If he gets off track, rush outside and verbally correct him. When he gets to his designated area and does his duty, give him positive affirmation and reward.
By exercising patience and consistency, and rewarding the positive behavior, you’ll have your dog housetrained to go in one spot. Don’t be discouraged by initial setbacks. House training your dog is a process and part of being a responsible dog owner.
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