There are a lot of dogs who do not know yet where and when it is appropriate to poop. While house training has been popular for years, many people still have dogs that are not housetrained.
Just like other forms of dog training, potty training has several things needed for effective results. They are as follows:
Not all dogs are ready for training and you can not subject them to potty training at all times. When it comes to potty is right after he poops, the best time to correct misbehavior. Get his attention immediately and encourage him to continue outside if you see the dog pooping.
Give a command that will signal him to stop, ensure to it that the tone of your voice is low. After which, start introducing him with the command “outside” while guiding him gently to go outside towards a specific location where he is allowed to eliminate regularly.
If he is chewing a bone for example, and you scold him for pooping inside the house earlier, he would think that he is being scolded for chewing the bone not for eliminating indoors.
Most of the time, owners just discover the accident indoors and did not see the act. In this case, it is best to wait and ignore the incident for the next occasion the dog poops. Never rub his nose in it, as this would not give him the proper lesson.
Instead, if you could make the dog come to the area you could scold the poop in his front instead of messing up his nose with it. Why? He would never be able to make a correlation between the action he did and the scolding because even if only several moments have passed.
When the owner sees the dog eliminating indoors and was ordered to go outside and came back in and continued to poop, there are instances. Again, in this case, the puppy has done nothing wrong. He does not know what the owner wants to communicate by going outside.
You should have the patience to accompany him outside and teach him further if you want the dog to accomplish as you say. This could be made easier by using a leash for better control of the dog.
Instead, if you could make the dog come to the area you could scold the poop in his front instead of messing up his nose with it. There are instances when the owner sees the dog eliminating indoors and was ordered to go outside and came back in and continued to poop.
Whatever he does after, never fail to praise him (in acknowledgement of a favorable behavior) or punish him for failing to follow the commands. Doing this process repetitively will condition his thinking that when you say the words “outside” and “go potty” you want him to go out of the house to poop.
There are a lot of dogs who do not know yet where and when it is appropriate to poop. Not all dogs are ready for training and you can not subject them to potty training at all times. If you see the dog pooping, get his attention immediately and encourage him to continue outside.
Training, in general, makes use of commands which are effective tool to communicate with the dog. The main problem in here is the use of the words. What people don’t understand is that the dog simply can’t comprehend the meanings of the words if not introduced to him well.
In dog potty training, the trainer has to introduce the meaning of the commands well in order to gain some good results. You could begin with the word “outside” to send him the signal that he should go outside. It could be followed by the words “go potty” to make him understand that it is time to eliminate.