Tuesday, June 23, 2009

How to Stop My Mastiff From Peeing Indoors

How to Stop My Mastiff From Peeing Indoors

Mastiffs are a very stubborn dog and typically they will want to do what they want to do no matter how much input you try to give them. However, if you are like me one place that you will put your foot down at is when you have to clean up pee inside your home from them. I know from experience that if you do not let them out in time you will have a puddle the size of a river to clean up because the bladders are so huge! Here is a tip that I have found that helped me out tremendously in stopping my Mastiff from peeing indoors.

The tip that I have found to come in most handy is to take my Mastiff outside frequently when they are learning to be trained to go outside. I know that this sounds like an easy solution, but for me it meant having to take my puppy outside every time that they would have a drink, eat, or do anything like that. It also meant that I would need to take them outside every fifteen to twenty minutes to ensure that they would not have the accident on my carpet anymore! Then as time would go on I was able to expand out the time for longer periods until I no longer had to take them out right after drinking or eating and they are able to hold it for a longer period of time.

While you might not like the idea of having to take your Mastiff out as often as what I recommend I know that it does work quickly on getting them trained not to make your living room carpet into an absorbent pad. This is the method that I used for mine and I have not had a single problem getting them fully trained quickly.

Tara currently owns one English Mastiff who is a giant baby. He is a very loving and caring dog for her children and does wonders in helping keep the children in the yard when they are outside playing. He is so well trained that he even listens to the children when they are around him. You can find a solution to help your mastiffs behavior at helpmymastiffbehavior.info If you have other dogs that you have behavior problems with you will want to visit dogbehaviorsolved.info

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PetLoverIndia PLI said...

Excellent! it is very useful post and tips for puppy training. How to train your puppies is a question asked by almost all dog owners. It seems everyone has advice and tips, and opinions on the best way to train your puppies.

Puppies learn very fast with proper training. The primary few days at home are very important for puppies and the examples you set now will last a life span. Following these basic techniques as soon as you bring your puppy home will make sure a positive housetraining experience for you and your puppy:-

* Ensure you give your dog lots of consideration and attention when he’s doing the right and good thing. Praise him plentifully when he’s been a good boy.

* There is nothing intrinsically incorrect with telling your dog “no,” it’s just that it doesn’t give him sufficient information. Instead of “no,” instruct him what you want him to do.

* Give your puppy recurrent admission to his toilet area for preventing soiling inside house. Reward the puppy for do so - give a special treat.

* Nourish your puppy with 2 – 3 meals per day. Leave food out for 15-20 minutes then take away the leftover food. Never leave food out for puppy to eat at will. This helps you find out when she’ll have to go potty. www.dog-buy.com