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Tulsa Potty Training

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At Make Your Dog Epic Tulsa Dog Training we use our focus-based positive reinforcement methods to create habits which will allow your dog to learn where you would like your Tulsa dog to use the potty. In the world of dog training there is alot of confusion about potty training, however potty training is all about teaching man’s best friend and your dog where you would like them to potty geographically speaking.

A big portion of our best-practice Tulsa potty training involves showing your dog over and over with love and patience where you want for them to alleviate themselves and to potty.

The next system that must be used in order to teach your Tulsa dog to potty has to do with the use of established best-practice commands that we will teach your dog. Once your Tulsa dog has been taught the proper commands it will become increasingly hard for your furry fella’ to escape away secretly and to potty where you don’t want your Tulsa dog to potty. Once you master the Tulsa dog training skill of getting your dog to urgently, and consistently move their body back to the desired location, you are able to use a verbal command to call them over to the right location when you see them showing signs that they need to empty their bladder and potty. Having the ability to use a verbal command when you see signs that your Tulsa dog has to use the potty is a game-changer. 

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What Are Proven Signs That Your Tulsa Dog Has to Use the Potty?

Some of the more well-known signs that you Tulsa dog has to potty include: scratching at a doorway, sniffing the ground and everything around, barking at a doorway, moving around quickly and being restless. When you see these signs it is very important that you take the time to urgently give your dog the verbal command so that you dog knows where to do go and that you do what you need to do to take your dog outside to their agreed on an trained on bathroom spot and location.

At Make Your Dog Epic Tulsa dog training, we passionately believe in the process of taking your dog outdoors and to patiently wait for approximately 4 minutes for your dog to potty. If your dog chooses not to potty during those 4 minutes we will then use a verbal command to encourage your dog to move to an area that we like to call “the dog house” and many others also refer to this as “doggie timeout” which is an area that you have set up for this occasion, this could be a doggie mat, a doggie bed or some location that serves as a timeout out location for your dog that did not use the potty during the 4 minutes you allocate for them to do so. Our goal here is to put the dog in a timeout situation for at least 11 to 14 minutes before we can give the dog another chance to demonstrate their mastery of the potty routine. This process has been developed by leading trainers and serves as a best-practice substitute to needing to perpetually place man’s best friend into a crate environment. We don’t have a problem if the dog decides to stay outside with you and I. However, this timeout spot exists so that your dog won’t potty on your wood floor, your tile floor, your marble floor, your carpet or any other type of flooring that you have installed inside of your home. Note: This system should not be used on employees in an office environment, but if you have an office employee that is spending 47 minutes in the bathroom during the workday, you may have a problem.

In the world of Tulsa potty training the phrase and concept of “crates” is something that many dog lovers have strong feelings about.

As expert in Tulsa dog training we have discovered that crates may be used when you and I are not available and if your developing dog simply does not yet have mastery and full knowledge of the various commands yet. If your dog constantly chooses not to potty outside after a four minute time period that has been allowed, yet we still know that the dog has to unleash its flow (it has to go) when we would simply return the dog to the crate environment again for 14 minutes and then we would need to take the dog to an outside environment again and again and we would need to keep doing this process over and over until your dog potties outside. This is why many people choose to hire us to train their dog for them as opposed to doing it themselves because Tulsa dog potty training and Tulsa dog training mastery requires the consistent application of a proven process over and over again. When it comes to Tulsa potty training you cannot be weak, cowardly or feeble you must press on, you must implement the proven process.

Your incredible puppy may feel as though is the little king of your house, but you must be committed to implementing the proven process over and over while demonstrating to your dog that you are going to implement a proven routine over and over until your dog understands where do potty while taking away the chances that you dog has to secretly escape and to go alleviate itself within the friendly confines of your home. 

If you would like to learn more about the proven Tulsa potty training services that we offer at Make Your Dog Epic simply schedule your first 50 cent lesson today at https://makeyourdogepic.com/contact/ or you can simply call us today at (918) 550-5557 and we will send one of our highly trained and highly motivated dog trainers to travel to you, to assess your needs to showcase our proven dog training methods and processes for just 50 cents.

8 Dog Potty Training Fables

  1. Potty Training Fable #1 – Yelling at your dog every time that you discover that your dog is pottying in the wrong location simply will not work.
  2. Potty Training Fable #2 – Believing that you can train your Tulsa dog how to properly use the potty within your dog’s first three months of life.
  3. Potty Training Fable #3 – Placing an elaborate system of ringing devices by the doorway to your home will help your Tulsa dog to learn how to potty train more quickly. 
  4. Potty Training Fable #4 – Using a crate is evil, mean and that humans on the planet simply should not use them because they are weak and effective like your little puppy (which some owners refer to as “The Little King.”
  5. Potty Training Fable #5 – Investing copious amounts of your hard earned money into the purchasing of doggy poop, pee and potty pads will help educate your Tulsa dog how it should not use the potty inside your home on your tile, woodfloor, marble floor, or carpeted floor. 
  6. Potty Training Fable #6 – Punishing your puppy for not using the restroom as the correct location will help to improve the morale of the puppy and the bond that you have with your new puppy.
  7. Potty Training Fable #7 – Rubbing your dog’s face in its own feces will teach your dog to stop pooping in the pantry or using the restroom in the wrong place within your home.
  8. Potty Training Fable #8 – Talking and verbally mentoring your puppy as it attempts to find the correct location to potty will help your dog to learn how to properly potty more quickly.

Potty Training Fable #1

 Yelling at your dog every time that you discover that your dog is pottying in the wrong location simply will not work.

Yelling at your dog, swatting your dog and doing any kind of aggressive behavior to your dog will not teach your dog to use the potty properly. In fact you will actually and accidentally be training your dog to not ever want to potty when your dog is near you. Your dog will become scared of you and will start to avoid eye contact with you and soon your puppy will feel as though it is being held hostage by you. If you yell at your dog or do any kind of harsh punishment to your dog because it is using the potty in the wrong location your dog will learn that it must create an elaborate plan to use the potty inside another secret location inside your house, like your pantry or the basement. These secret potty spots will begin to smell over time and pretty soon you will find that your home smells like there is hidden dog excrement everywhere inside it, because there is. Over the years we have witnessed countless situations where our clients have beautiful Tulsa dogs that actually run around the house and look for secret places to pee and poop to avoid getting a punishment from their owner. It’s not a pretty site, but countless times we have experienced situations where the owners of the dogs we train have told us that their dogs only poop in their bathtub or in the dark recesses of their guest closet where nobody goes. Well, you can imagine how crazy the situation is when the dog owner discovers that their dog has been pooping in their guest closet for three consecutive months. So do avoid poop-a-palooza or a pee parade from happening within the secret hiding spots within your beautiful home. Never strongly reprimand your dog for using the potty in the wrong location. 

If you ever discover that you Tulsa dog is urinating within the friendly confines of your home, you must pick them up quickly, but patiently and take your dog outside to the agreed upon potty place. Then you must look at your beautiful dog and reinforcement verbally like you are speaking to your dog at day spa, “now is the time to let it flow, now is the time to let it go. Now is the time to use that potty. Potty time. Potty flow. Potty go. It’s time to let that potty flow.”

We also recommend that you would make a semi-screaming sound or use a voice that sounds like you are participating in an audio audition to play the park of Mickey Mouse in an upcoming show and this super move should convince your dog to immediately stop peeing while you bend the knees and invest the energy in grabbing and picking your “little king / dog” to take your dog to its potty location / throne room. 

Now if you find yourself owning a massive canine and you simply cannot stop the flow of your bull mastiff, we recommend that you begin clapping your hands together like you are watching the Super Bowl and your favorite team just won the game. However, you must keep in mind that if you decide to grab something that is urinating you will create a massive path of pee and poop that will be left throughout your house. This is typically not a good look within most American homes. However, if this is a good look in your home, perhaps there are other issues. Once you get your massive dog outside its important you look at your dog with a loving face and you say using your inside day spa voice, “Let it flow. Let it go. Use the potty a little more. Let it flow. Let it go. Use the potty a little more.” 

After your beautiful Tulsa dog uses the potty properly it is time to celebrate your dog using a spa-like inside voice. Once your dog is finished relieving itself, it is now critical that you verbally celebrate your dog and you take the time needed to exhort your dog and the shower it with a buffet of big joyful praise.

Potty Training Fable #2

Believing that you can train your Tulsa dog how to properly use the potty within your dog’s first three months of life.

The truth is there is simply not a proven universal age at which dogs have been shown to be potty trained. Potty training your dog is alot like growing a garden, it takes time, you have to pull the weeds and you invest in the process, which is why many people simply choose to hire us to do there Tulsa dog potty training mentorship. There simply is not an age in which all dogs have been shown to able to hold their bladder tightly and the stop the flow like harpoon daily and nightly (see Ice Ice Baby – Vanilla Ice lyrics – https://genius.com/Vanilla-ice-ice-ice-baby-lyrics

In order to become master Tulsa potty training you must commit yourself to implementing proven processes, systems and routines so that your dog will develop the habits that will change your life and your dog’s life. Beautiful, yet pre-adult dogs and puppies tend to have smaller bladders because they are in fact smaller animals when they are young, thus it it very normal for young dogs to actually use the potty every twenty five minutes throughout the day, and THIS IS NOT UNCOMMON. When you have a young puppy you must take your young Tulsa puppy outdoors when you wake up in the morning, after you eat breakfast, before you leave for work, any time that you return from going to store, before dinner, after your go to bed, but before you are asleep and non-stop because your dog is going to pee and poop non-stop. As PRO-TIP for from professional team of Tulsa dog trainers, we want to assure you that many dogs and not just some dogs do not have the mental or physical capacity to gain complete potty and bladder control until they are seven months old.

If you have ever raised a child you will know that many kids simply develop bladder control at different times. Some kids have accidents on the way to school, some kids have accidents when they laugh in elementary school, some kids wet the bed until a later age and some really old adults begin wetting the bed again at the age of 85, this sort of mentality must be brought into your approach to Tulsa dog potty training. 

From our years of experience in the Tulsa potty training game, we have discovered that many dogs pee without ending whether they are physically located within the friendly confines of a crate or not and that is because these beautiful puppies simply do not yet have bladder control. When you own a dog that meets this description, you must mentally choose to be a confident, kind and patient person as you work to develop a new potty training routine for your dog. In order for this process to work you must be level headed and you must allow your puppy to use the potty constantly and to the point that it may wear you out. You must remember that your dog may have not yet even developed a large enough bladder to make it possible for them to hold their bladder.

Story time – We have had our own personal dogs that at 3-4 months old that were pretty much fully potty trained, they would hold their bladder in the crate and if they needed to potty would go to the door and sit and wait, or whine at the door to be let out.

Potty Training Fable #3

Placing an elaborate system of ringing devices by the doorway to your home will help your Tulsa dog to learn how to potty train more quickly.

Setting up elaborate systems of ringing devices may be fun for the holidays, yet they simply will not help you to train your furry friend how to potty more quickly. Gongs, chimes, things that ring and bells simply will not help your beautiful dog to learn how to use the potty more effectively and more efficiently. If your glorious canine cannot figure out where you want it to potty, then the massive array of bells and things that ring that you have installed inside your abode will not help. Remember, potty training is all about “The Where” and “Then When.” You must train, and train and train to establish a routine where your beautiful dog knows where it must go to potty, poop and pee.

However, don’t get confused on this key point, which can be life-changing for you as a dog owner. It is TRUE, canines, dogs and your furry friend can be trained to ring bells that ding so that they can indicate to you when they need to use the potty, and this is incredible, but installing the bells that ring and things that ding will not help your puppy learn to master the art of puppy potty training more quickly. 

Although bells that ring and things that ding may be a proven method for your incredible furry friend to indicate to you that they need to be let outside of your home to empty their bladder, this system is simply not effective when beginning to teach your dog where to use the potty. You must make sure that your dog first has established, learned and mastered the proven process of knowing where to go, where pee free, where to poop, and where you want your dog to have that potty party each time so that their excrement does not.

Potty Training Fable #4

Using a crate is evil, mean and that humans on the planet simply should not use them because they are weak and effective like your little puppy (which some owners refer to as “The Little King.”

Nothing is more dangerous than believing that crate training is wrong in the world of Tulsa potty training. In fact, if used properly a dog training crate may actually become one of your dog’s favorite places to go to get away from humanity and to find a calm place. Just like many men like to go to their garage to get away from the noise and commotion in their house, your dog may actually begin to view the crate as their own man cave or she-shed and their own get away location. Using a dog crate is not a bad idea nor is it a mean idea, nor is it evil or wrong to use a dog crate. In fact, having worked with thousands of dogs, we have found that using a dog crate for potty training is beyond helpful for Tulsa potty training your puppy. Not only are crates a helpful tool, but over time you will find that you canine actually loves its crate. 

When using a crate to potty train your puppy, it should never be used in a negative way that would cause your dog and its young developing mind to believe that your crate is being used for punishment. In fact, very few people know this, but dogs actually descend from what are known as “den animals” which means that dogs inherently have a desire to not go to the restroom where they live, eat and sleep. Did you know that in the world of animals, dens are actually considered to be a burrow, or simply a hole that has been constructed by ground-inhabiting animals on the planet earth. Animals create dens in nature to protect themselves from extreme weather, predators and other dangers. Some of the most common den animals on the planet today include groundhogs, moles, gophers and dogs.

With a crate, you can use this potty training method during the evenings when you are asleep or when you have to leave the house and thus are not home and you have to leave your furry friend alone. By leaving your dog inside a crate while they wait for your return a dog will want to hold their bladder and will want to not pee, because if they did decide to use the potty and to go against your Tulsa dog potty training, they would spend their day sitting in their own excrement. Once you have mastered this move, your dog will learn to wait and to hold it until you return so that they can go outside and use the potty at your pre-agreed potty training location.

 Although potty training using a crate is simply not the only way to properly potty train your Tulsa dog, it is a proven best-practice method and one that has been proven year after year to be the most incredibly effective form of Tulsa dog potty training ever created. Not using crate training to potty train your Tulsa dog is alot like wanting to dominate in the game of basketball, but refusing to allow yourself and the players on your team to ever touch the basketball. 

The reality is, unless you are home with your new puppy all day to micromanage the proven potty training process of your puppy you need to use a crate to train your dog. Unless you are willing to take your dog to the potty every 50 minutes and you are willing to set your alarm to go off every hour throughout the night so that you can properly potty train your dog while simultaneously teaching yourself how to operate without REM sleep, you need to use a crate to potty train your Tulsa dog.

Potty Training Fable #5

Investing copious amounts of your hard earned money into the purchasing of doggy poop, pee and potty pads will help educate your Tulsa dog how it should not use the potty inside your home on your tile, woodfloor, marble floor, or carpeted floor.

At Make Your Dog Epic Tulsa potty training we recommend with great intensity that you would not have the propensity to use your hard-earned money to buy pee, poop and potty pads to train your dog.

  1. Using potty pads will teach your dog that is ok to poop and pee on a material that feels like a blanket and this will cause your problems if you own blankets, pants, shirts, clothes or anything that feels similar to a potty pad. 
  2. The inventors, the creators of the potty pad movement, designed potty pads to help start training very young and small dogs that were baby dogs and dogs that were less than seven weeks old. Thus potty pads were never created to be a potty training device that would be used for older dogs. 
  3. Using potty pads inside your home will adjust your dog’s sense of normal and soon your dog will think it is ok to pee and poop inside your house. And if this pattern continues you may soon find that your cats begin to think its normal to pee and poop everywhere inside your house and then if this continues, you may find that your house begins to smell and look nasty, however you may grow immune to it and then when you invite family and friends over the smell that almost kills them no longer even bothers you. Then you go to the workplace and you smell like cat and dog butt, but nobody has the courage to tell you and then you end up being isolated in the workplace and finding that your boss has moved your desk to the office basement. 
  4. You must teach your dog that the only place that is acceptable to use the potty is outside and on your designated potty training place that your dog has been routinely taken to over and over.

Potty Training Fable #6

Punishing your puppy for not using the restroom as the correct location will help to improve the morale of the puppy and the bond that you have with your new puppy.

We have found time and time again that people who choose to punish their puppy for using the restroom in the wrong location end up developing a terrorist / hostage relationship with their dog. Their dog is terrified of them and they feel as though their dog is holding them hostage. Soon the relationship with the dog descends into a passive aggressive relationship where instead of speaking to your dog directly or looking them in the eye you may feel the need to send your dog long-passive aggressive emails to indicate your frustration instead of communicating with them directly. Over time this will involve you looking at the dog and crying knowing that as a result of your weak, cowardly and feeble behavior your relationship with your loyal dog is now not solvable.

Potty Training Fable #7

Rubbing your dog’s face in its own feces will teach your dog to stop pooping in the pantry or using the restroom in the wrong place within your home.

Rubbing your dog’s face in its own feces is the equivalent of dramatically cutting your business partner’s pay without their consent. In the business world, the behavior of misappropriating funds placed in one’s trust or belonging to a shared partnership without the consent of the businesses leadership or partners that would need to sign off on this is known as embezzlement. And this behavior is something that only weak, cowardly and feeble-minded petty people would do. Dog’s are known to be fiercely loyal because they trust you to treat them well if they perform to the best of their ability. However, if you are causing problems through your lack of ability to verbally express yourself, or out of laziness or greed to benefit only yourself and then you are punishing the dog for doing what it believes to be correct, this is somewhere between evil, and very evil.

Potty Training Fable #8

Talking and verbally mentoring your puppy as it attempts to find the correct location to potty will help your dog to learn how to properly potty more quickly.

When your dog is trying to think about where it needs to alleviate itself, this is not the correct time or place for you to be interrupting your dog’s train of thought. Dogs can be easily distracted and you do not want to be the cause of this distraction. Simply allow your dog to use the restroom at the agreed upon potty training location that you have routinely taken your dog to over and over and do not interrupt them as they attempt to use the restroom. Potty training requires the mastery and implementation of a proven routine over and over again just like in business where implementing the same proven systems over and over is the key to success. Don’t interrupt your dog or attempt to insert unproven theories while your dog is attempting to implement the proven potty training routine. 

To schedule your first Tulsa potty training lesson or to schedule your first 50 cent Tulsa dog training lesson simply click here: https://makeyourdogepic.com/contact/ or give us a call today at: 918-550-5557 and we will send out one of our highly trained Tulsa dog trainers to work with you and your dog at your home, in the park or at our beautiful Tulsa dog training offices.

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