I do not know a thing about you but I'll bet the thought of potty training your dog can give you a headache.
Potty training isn't a race and you need to be patient and lay out plenty of time to do it right. Fortunately, today you can learn exactly how to do just that. All you need to know is that you need to break it down step by step and it's really easy to do. At the end of the day, you want to end up with a very well trained dog that does it on cue any time you need it to.
That is the point of this article. Potty training your puppy is a trifle more powerful than you think and it is not hard to do. If you do it right and keep it simple, you can do it in a week or less. Done right, you will save a lot of time and end up with a really healthy, well trained dog. Now that you have an idea of what you are going to be achieving, let's talk about how you can break it down step by step. You need to take him out frequently.
Potty training your puppy is a bit like potty training a baby. There will be accidents and you will have to clean them up more than once. The important thing is that you are consistent. When you take him out to go to the bathroom, always go to the same spot. When he goes, praise him loud and excitedly. This lets him know that you are pleased with his performance. When starting out, there is no need to send him outside. Simply wait until he has to go and then praise him after he is done, all over the house.
Don't forget to give him a treat for a job well done. When it comes to bedtime, put your puppy right in his crate if he is so young. If he is noisy or acts like he wants to be let out of his crate, don't give in. He needs to learn that is a part of his home time. Remove his collar and don't allow him to roam the house freely until he is housebroken. These first few weeks are going to be busy for both you and your puppy. Get as much done as you can in this time. Then take a few days off. That is what I did. I took a few weeks off from my work to be with my puppy. He was asking a lot of questions and showing me the right behavior that he needed to know. I rewarded him for being such a good dog. It was not an easy task, but I think I accomplished it.