Once your pup attained the age of
6 months, this is the right time to train it to relieve
itself outside (TOILET TRAINING) rather than
preferring the newspaper. Learn to recognize the warning signs
so that you know when it has to be let out to answer the call
of nature. In time, going outside to relieve it will become
a regular habit for the puppy.
Encourage the puppy to use a remote
area for its toilet in your garden
or somewhere else within your home premises. A puppy is more
likely to urinate where it has soiled before (it may be your
car bumper also).
Having found the right place, the puppy urinates.
In general, urine is acidic and burns grass, leaving brown
patches. Train your pup
to relieve itself when and where you want it to.
Always clean up after your Puppy.
Carry a plastic bag or "pooper-scooper"
with you, and place the mess in a provided puppy bin. If it
is in your own garden, flush it down the toilet. Roundworms
and certain tapeworms can be transmitted in puppy feces, so