Some puppies realize very quickly that piles and rivulets are not wanted in the house, others take a bit longer to become housebroken. However, you can significantly influence this process. Please read the following tips:
1. Regular times
In the first few weeks, go out in a regular rhythm with the puppy. Also at night. About every 2-3 hours during the day, a bit less during the night. The more often you go outside, the greater the chances that the puppy will actually do business there. Of course, you should always make a huge and joyous theater and praise a lot, so that little Dobi learns, it was right, what he did.
2. Good Observation
Sniffing the puppy intensely on the floor or in the corners of your home, he seeks a place to release. Some are also restless and run back and forth or go to the front door and wait there. In this case, leave him in the garden or go out for a short time. By the way: After eating, playing or sleeping most puppies have to do their job.
3. Fixed Feeding
Times If the Dobermann puppy always gets its food at fixed times, the feces sales are also made at regular intervals. You can align longer gas rounds afterwards.
4. Puppy toilet in the house
If you like, you can offer the Dobi a place in the house right from the start, where it may dissolve. On the balcony, in the bathroom or elsewhere. So the puppy can do his or her emergency there in an emergency or at night if you do not want to get up so often. Use a dog toilet, training pads, newspaper, or other absorbent pad. However, it could be difficult to get the Doberman off the hook again.