Puppy Orientation Part 5 – House Training

Safe Areas

For when you are not supervising

Puppy Orientation 5

Your house-training program will require setting up both long and short-term confinement areas. The short-term area, usually a crate, is for short absences and building up your puppy’s ability to hold their urine and feces.

When you will be gone for longer periods of time, such as going to work, you’ll need a longer-term confinement area where your puppy has a legal place to relieve herself.