With over 50 years of experience helping pets and their parents master potty time together, we have a lot to say about housebreaking, cleanup duty, and beyond. Browse our library of dog potty training tips from the pros!
Learning how to train a dog to pee outside takes patience, consistency…and these helpful tips! Follow our 5 pointers when training your puppy OR adult dog.
It’s never too late to teach your furry friend to use Wee-Wee Pads! Follow these tips to learn how to train a dog to pee on a pad and minimize accidents.
Here’s how to acclimate your dog to a muzzle, and use it in a way that keeps your dog healthy and stress-free.
Crate training your puppy at night can take work and patience. Prepare your dog for nighttime crate training with these tips and tricks.
Housetraining an adult dog is an important process. Follow this guide and you’ll be rewarded for your efforts in the long term!
Learn how to spot incontinence (including different types), and when it’s time to get your veterinarian involved.
Many issues may explain why your puppy pees in the house when you least expect it, such as medical conditions or lack of training. Find out which applies to you.
Potty training your puppy is often stressful but always rewarding. Select a potty training method that works for you and make it routine.
Board-and-train programs involve taking your dog to a short-term school for training. These programs can be helpful for behavioral problems, but they aren’t cut out for every dog.
Crate training a dog is an easy way to increase peace of mind for both you and your pup. Learn the benefits and steps for introducing your dog to the crate!
Cleaning up after your dog isn’t the most glamorous duty (see what we did there?), but have you considered what happens when you don’t clean it up?
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If your backyard serves as your dog’s potty spot, it is essential to keep it clean. Allowing dog waste to accumulate can turn a beautiful backyard into an ugly, smelly mess.
We all like it when our pet is with us, but sometimes that’s just not practical. Indoors, you may be busy in the kitchen and not want that new puppy underfoot.
Dogs and cats get on furniture for the same reason you do: It’s so comfortable, at least for them. While some people may be happy to have their pets on the furniture, it’s not always a good idea.
The fancy term for eating feces is coprophagia. Unpleasant a habit as this may be, it’s fairly common in dogs, especially puppies.
House soiling is among the most unpleasant pet behaviors. The effects of this problem can linger in the form of stains and odors, making pet owners feel embarrassed, discouraged, and hopeless.
Puppy pads are a key item for pet parents, but did you know they can be used for more than your dog’s potty spot?
Walking your dog is an adventure for him, exercise for both of you, and a great chance for your neighbors to meet your best pal. .
Puppies are born for trouble. Since you can’t rely on your puppy to look out for himself or your house, the job falls to you.
Dogs make messes—there’s no doubt about it. Mud, blood, urine, saliva, hair, vomit, and poop seem to go with the territory.
Pet parents have trusted Wee-Wee for the most reliable, effective dog pee pads for more than 40 years.
Every dog takes to potty training differently, so having the right training tools on hand will help you prepare from the start. Consider these key dog potty training aids to ensure clean and easy training.