Modern Dog Training – Train Your Puppy Without Force: 8 Week Old Puppy Potty Training Schedule
The following is a list of eight weeks old puppy potty training schedule. You may want to follow this puppy potty training schedule. There are many reasons why you would like to do so. First of all, it will make your life easier when you have to deal with the problem of pooping in the house or at work. Second, you might want to avoid dealing with the issue of poop problems while you are traveling.
Third, if you have a baby then you might not want to worry about the problem of pooping in public places. Fourth, if you are pregnant then this is probably going to be one of the best times for having a baby because there won’t be any other issues related to pooping. Fifth, if you have children then they may benefit from being able to go through their diapers without getting sick. Sixth, if you have young children then this is probably going to be the time to teach them manners. Seventh, if you are a parent then you might want to take care of some basic household chores such as cleaning up after yourself and taking out the trash. Eighth, if you have little ones then this is probably going to be the time for teaching them about bedtime stories.
You may wonder why you should follow this particular eight week old puppy potty training schedule. You may not have a lot of time for creating a personalized schedule for your eight week old puppy. If you put in the time, then you will find that this is more likely to work with your own life. It is not necessary to take the time to follow this schedule. You can always make your own schedule or you can try to make a personalized schedule for your own dog.
You can find the following steps on how to potty train a puppy when it is eight weeks old:
The first thing that you need to do is to get up once every two hours during night time. You would not need to do this if you had been getting six hours of sleep a day. This is probably not going to be possible when you have a new baby in the house. This might not be the best time to get your eight week old puppy up. You can try getting at least four hours of sleep every night if you want to try to get your eight week old puppy up every two hours during the night.
You are also going to have to wake up as early as four in the morning regardless of how much sleep you got during the night. This is going to be a problem when you have to change the diapers of an eight week old baby. You can wake up an hour earlier in the morning so that you have more time to sleep. You may not want to do this when you have other duties to perform such as your job and taking care of other children.
Another way to deal with this is to take advantage of early bird specials that some fast food places provide. You may want to cook your own food during the weekends. You can cook enough to last for several days. There is no reason why you should be eating out during the week if you are not getting enough sleep and changing as many diapers as you are. Check around at some of the places that you usually eat at to see if they have early bird specials.
You may even want to go grocery shopping during the beginning of the month so that you can take advantage of sales that may only occur during that time.
You may also set your alarm clock ten minutes before what you need to get up. You can then use this extra time to lay in bed and mentally prepare yourself for the day. This is also going to help take your mind off of the fact that you are probably sleep deprived.
You are not going to have a set time that you need to prepare lunch for yourself or your children. You may want to use this time to clean up the house or take care of any other household chores. If you have other children with older siblings then it is your choice on whether or not you want to help them with their homework.
This is a good time of the day to take your dog for a walk. You may find that this is a great way to get some exercise and get your mind off of things. You can also use this time to interact with your dog. Your dog is probably lonely since you spend so much time taking care of the children.
Sources & references used in this article:
You can train your Dog! Mastering the Art & Science of Modern Dog Training by P Dennison – 2015 – books.google.com
Before & After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, & Well-behaved Dog by I Dunbar – 2004 – books.google.com
Training dogs and training humans: Symbolic interaction and dog training by JB Greenebaum – Anthrozoös, 2010 – Taylor & Francis