How to Potty Train Your Dog in 7 Days | Super Awesome Dogs

  • Published on Oct 15, 2013
  • Potty training your dog can be a frustrating task but patience and consistency can be great tools for a better potty training experience.
    Training Tips:
    1) When you take your dog out to go to potty try taking them to the same spot.
    This will help teach your dog that this is where they should go. After they do go, be sure to give them lots of praise and love to let them know they did a good thing.
    2) Refrain from using pee pads they can be confusing to your dog.
    Pee pads may lead to them peeing on the carpet or blankets. You should always make time to take them outside because you want to teach them to only go outside.
    3) Puppy crates are a positive thing for your dog; it is like their room or den. It is their space!
    Refrain from using the crate as a way to punish your pet. When they are in the crate be attentive to your dog watch for warning signs that they need to go out.
    4) Accidents Happen! You should only scold or punish them if you catch them in the act.
    Punishing your dog afterwards or rubbing their nose in their mess can be very confusing for your dog.
    If you follow these tips you should be on your way to having a potty trained pup in 7 days!
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  • Ara Oomed5050
    Ara Oomed5050 Day ago

    7 days is too much

  • Chessa Kali
    Chessa Kali 3 days ago

    Omg loving your channel! My dog who has been potty trained for years has started pooping and peeing in the house when they have access to outside 24/7. He hates crates so I’m not sure what to do. Any advice!

  • Brad Spence
    Brad Spence 3 days ago

  • Your Equestrian Sister

    The dog can barely even turn around jeez.

  • Simin Najibi
    Simin Najibi 6 days ago

    As soon as you said crate is not such a bad thing for your dog is like a bedroom...seconds after i turned you off...

  • Александр
    Александр 13 days ago

    Занимательные беседа!Спасибо!

  • David Ramos
    David Ramos 14 days ago

    Man is she fine

  • Daisy
    Daisy 15 days ago

    Crate is cruel😡😡😡😡

  • Teri Leef
    Teri Leef 20 days ago

    okay I've been working with my dog for the past four to five days and let me tell you this woman is right on. He does Now understand potty time! It takes time and patience they're like a toddler

  • Mary B
    Mary B 23 days ago

    Why doesn't she go in the crate.

  • Teri Leef
    Teri Leef 25 days ago +1

    No Pee pads... LOL as soon as mine hits the heat in the house he goes... I can spend hours outside each day and HE WONT Go outside.

    • Yyi domg
      Yyi domg 20 days ago

      Teri Leef that’s the same situation as mine

  • Tara Baliles
    Tara Baliles 29 days ago

    Very helpful. And you're super sweet. Animals need good attitudes from their trainers to establish good habits

  • R56 CarDetailing
    R56 CarDetailing Month ago

    What a babe I’d bang ya back door

  • Get The Bleach
    Get The Bleach Month ago

    The crate needs to be large enough for the dog to spin. I don’t know who else noticed but when she had the divider in the dog could barley turn.

  • farah soliman
    farah soliman Month ago

    Whats the purpose of this damn crate????

  • Brass Monkey
    Brass Monkey Month ago

    Why does he have to be stuffed into a sardine can sized crate why cant he have a bigger one to roam around in?

  • a c
    a c Month ago

    Yeah, none of this applies to my dogs. They intentionally choose 1 spot in the house to pee and poop in when they can't be bothered to go outside because it's cold or wet. They know how to bark, whimper or scratch the front door to go. They do it all the time in the summer and fall. Winter comes around, nope. They get off the couch and walk straight to the foot of my bed and know they shouldn't because if I catch them, they sink down and play dead.

  • ѕρeαк fαcтѕ
    ѕρeαк fαcтѕ Month ago

    Pervs in the comment section beware!

  • Christy Vigil
    Christy Vigil Month ago

    Have free rein of the house ? My dog pees every 10 min. My dog pees and shits in his bed and crate..Its small enough for him to stand n turn and tgey say a dog will avoid pooping in his crate ? Not mine I have to get up twice a night to let him out or he'll pee n poop on himself and sleep in it. He will poop on himself even if I'm right next to him without any fussing or whining or crying to be let out. I praise him a lot when he goes outside. He knows immediately as he's doing his shit that I dont like it cause he serms to know he did wrong with my startled reaction! I will take him out. It does not make a difference. I could look away for a second and he will shit n lay in it. Worst dog I've ever had. I don't want this dog. I have told him NO and take him out. He shits no matter what ! I want to name him SHITass.

  • Jake Tonna
    Jake Tonna Month ago

    The crate is not spacious enough

  • yad
    yad 2 months ago

    Why is your dog in prison? What crime did she commit?

  • Jar of MountainDew
    Jar of MountainDew 2 months ago

    I have a SDIT and I need to know how to train him to use a pee pad because when I am on a long trip let's say to Germany because I am going there for school. How do I train that so he can use a pee pad and a the outdoors.

  • m marie
    m marie 2 months ago +1

    That puppy laid down just fine in that space...didnt seem to mind at all

  • Mar Swiftsmith
    Mar Swiftsmith 2 months ago

    faris omg! i just relized this was u xD

  • Kristy Choi
    Kristy Choi 2 months ago

    hey you are super pretty

  • Robert Bird
    Robert Bird 2 months ago

    1 month is about right seven days impossible and no dog on the planet will ever eat it's own shit lmao I laughed when this child said that they'd learn to eat poo lol

  • Robert Bird
    Robert Bird 2 months ago

    I've been breeding dogs for 30 years and have never seen a pup go potty properly in seven days dosen't happen their brains at 8-14 weeks of age can't understand this period

  • Carlos Herrera
    Carlos Herrera 2 months ago

    interesting points ,if anyone else is searching for toilet training for toddlers try Training Recovery Tactics ( ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my partner got amazing success with it.

  • Bobbi Farrell
    Bobbi Farrell 2 months ago

    I was a dog trainer for 25 yrs. you are right you can easily train a dog in 7 days or less with your method. But what if you had a 6 yr. old dog that was already housebroken and she starts going to the bathroom in the house. I have never had this problem.

  • Laura Foord
    Laura Foord 2 months ago

    Crate divider should be removed! That dog didn't have an easy time turning around! Also there should be a soft blanket or pad in the crate.......

  • J E
    J E 2 months ago

    that's what ima do to her like at the end of the video BOING BOING BOING BOING

  • Borderline Rat Lady
    Borderline Rat Lady 2 months ago

    Wow these tips are so wrong! That crate is far too small!! I can’t believe you put a divider in there too! That’s down right cruelty!!

  • Celtic Wind
    Celtic Wind 2 months ago

    Poor dang cant even lay down in that crate open it up more!!

  • Butterfly Jones
    Butterfly Jones 2 months ago

    We got a new puppy my dog has a cat carrier for a crib it's terrible we no my mom butts him inside there for time out it only has a blanket in it and it's terrible and see just went to the bathroom on our bed and we are about to go to sleep so yeah that wasn't good and we do use a pee pad to and we're trying to train him to go outside and that's not working at all

  • Johnny
    Johnny 3 months ago

    Hi , I need Help , I just got a Puppy 2 months old , the last owner never gave him shots , so he got a late start , i was told , until he get all the shots , he is NOT allow to be taking out for walk or be with other dogs , he can get sick or die , is that true ? I just started his 1st shot , so in a month his next shot , he wont be able to go out until Jan next year , which then he will be 5 months

  • norleena davies
    norleena davies 3 months ago

    They need to have a soft blanket it too.

  • The Dog Show
    The Dog Show 3 months ago

    What are examples of small active dogs?

  • johnny6148
    johnny6148 3 months ago

    speak a little slower sugar

  • Forest Flower
    Forest Flower 3 months ago

    No pee pads ? are you serious? So you suggest I can take my short hair, 3 month chihuahua outside where I live temperatures are -40?

  • Letty Acevedo
    Letty Acevedo 3 months ago

    He can’t even move 😳

  • Aser Dada
    Aser Dada 3 months ago

    I've been studying potty training and discovered a fantastic website at gabs potty blueprint (check it out on google)

  • Antonio Biorato
    Antonio Biorato 3 months ago

    Some dogs do not like crates at all especially Male dog's Some like to have dominance the house but It's worng that they do that Because they are goning to Want To take the control over the owner's thats the Bad thing but the good thing is that they are more alert To protect the house

  • Udeshi
    Udeshi 3 months ago

    well he needs a place to lie down or walk around inside cage.Imagine your boss keeping you in a cage like that.Dogs are smart..You need to treat them with respect before preaching others about potty training

  • anju p
    anju p 3 months ago

    Is Lab puppy to be kept in Cage?

  • GamingFreak
    GamingFreak 3 months ago

    My 7 weeks old Husky would hold and pee inside after the walk and by walk I mean me standing outside praying for him to pee. I think that crate is my best option isn't it?

  • Amy Page
    Amy Page 3 months ago

    I took my puppy from a dog foster home about a year ago. I love him to bits; he has a great personality, and I feel that he loves our family so much. BUT he poops and pees in the house A LOT... So, leaving home is always a challenge for us. My husband and I were thinking about taking him to 'doggy school', but then again, it’s extremely expensive, and the nearest 'doggy school' is far away from us. Maybe you have some advice? THANK YOU!!!!

    • Estelle Walker
      Estelle Walker 3 months ago

      We had problems with our dog also. He used to poop and dig holes, table etc. when we were not at home. Both my husband and I work a lot and had no time to take our Bud to dog training classes. We asked one friend who works in foster care (he is always surrounded by dogs) what we should do. He recommended one online dog behavior trainer. I love this trainer It helped us a lot, and I strongly recommend it for you.

  • Butterfly_ Gaming
    Butterfly_ Gaming 3 months ago +8

    She/he can’t even lay down. It is jail. How is it a bedroom?

    • Debbie Caleb
      Debbie Caleb 19 days ago

      She was just demonstrating the space needed for a puppy using a divider in a crate, later she takes the divider out and the dog can lay down

  • Isa Maria
    Isa Maria 3 months ago

    1:33 that dog can barely turn around in his "bedroom" and not even lie down

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  • Jeremy
    Jeremy 3 months ago

    This is useless information for a rescue dog...

  • Matt Mcintyre
    Matt Mcintyre 3 months ago

    How to get your dog to pee outside: "step one, after your dog has peed outside yada yada yada.."
    What a fucking joke, thumbs down.

  • Mary Therese Anne
    Mary Therese Anne 3 months ago

    What breed is that

  • Shubham Kanse
    Shubham Kanse 3 months ago

    Learn to potty train a dog in 7 days by clicking->

  • Kayelah Campbell
    Kayelah Campbell 4 months ago

    Why would you make it so small? Thats dumb lol

    MADARA UCHIHA 4 months ago

    That dog in a MF prison he do wanna get out what u mean your dog looks like he wants to get out a lot

  • Samaira Shah
    Samaira Shah 4 months ago

    but my dog doesnt give any signs, he just goes whenever and wherever which is why we take him out really often so he gets his business done

  • Tina Jackson
    Tina Jackson 4 months ago

    No dog is “potty trained” in a week! That’s incredibly misleading. You are lying if you say you’ve never had a dog have an accident or you have kept a dog in a crate entirely TOO LONG. Crates should ONLY be used for SHORT period of times, not like going to work or anything. Like taking a shower type of deal. When they’re sleeping type of deal. If you can’t afford a dog walker or doggie daycare, don’t get a dog.

  • Yel Cruz
    Yel Cruz 4 months ago

    I love her body

  • CASE link
    CASE link 4 months ago

    Love your videos thank you. Question, when I first put my gsd in he's crate at night he whines for about 5min then falls asleep, 2hrs later he wakes up whining does this mean he wants to potty or he is just whining for attention. I don't want to condition him if he is whining for attention or take him out of he's crate if hes is whining for attention, how cani tell the difference? He's almost 8weeks old.

  • sunita thind
    sunita thind 4 months ago

    Why is the crate soo small 😡

  • Sel Loves
    Sel Loves 4 months ago

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  • Jasnetta Ranelle
    Jasnetta Ranelle 4 months ago

    This worked great with my doodle, not so much with my poodle. However, neither wanted to potty in her crate. Not sure what I did wrong the second time around. 😕

  • naomi Sapphire
    naomi Sapphire 4 months ago

    Hi my name is Naomi Estelle Lincoln I have a puppy name Rosie Posie she is my puppy I take good care of her I do take her outside but l,m trying to potty train her

    TROLL MMA 4 months ago

    7 days sure right a pup cannot even hold there bladder for a longtime till they are around 5 to 6 months old . Just because the chick is hot looking does mean your pup can be trained to go potty outside without fail . This is Bull

  • Kaydence baker horse rider 300

    Why the heck do you have a too small so your dog can't even lay down like literally why that's really stupid should have a full crate that dogs big enough to be in that full crate

  • J Tang
    J Tang 4 months ago

    Sexy legs

  • coffeeis4closers
    coffeeis4closers 4 months ago

    Thanks for the info. and You ARE HOT!

  • Brownie boss Boss
    Brownie boss Boss 5 months ago

    What happens they go outside do thier business and they go to another room and potty in there.

  • Martial Artist
    Martial Artist 5 months ago

    I had my German Shepherd potty trained at 8 weeks old. Took a few days. I hung a bell on the door and used positive reinforcement.

  • kai banks
    kai banks 5 months ago

    she should not have the divider that’s way to much space he can barely move, think ill go back to zak george for potty training

  • Brandon
    Brandon 5 months ago

    Super awesome

  • Pick Nitty tv
    Pick Nitty tv 5 months ago +1

    It’s all fun and games until you realize your puppy doesn’t have all of her shots

  • Chris Edwall
    Chris Edwall 5 months ago

    Damn she is one sexy beast

  • jxr._. 26
    jxr._. 26 5 months ago

    I do not like putting my puppy in a crate she would cry after she goes potty and exploring

  • Mark Burns
    Mark Burns 5 months ago

    Wtf? That crate is too small for that dog, or rather, the area you divided for it. It can't even lie down if he/she wished.

  • B but bytyytyty Alstongyyty

    Love that my puppy name is blue

  • John Bonner
    John Bonner 5 months ago

    One of those annoying voices

  • Funcharles Networksarillana

    Is it ok to let my dog train to pee or poop in a real CR?

  • M zabrinna M
    M zabrinna M 5 months ago

    if you want to train your dog to potty outside your home, simply wake up early and take him outside for a good run and play. then observe which area he poops on and always make happy claps with your hands when he does. Dog goes in side. After 3 hrs, take him out for a play or walk outside near by the spot dog previously pooped, and wait there . make a sound while dog is there with mouth like poooopy poopy or poop pooop like a singing song....they will recognize sound after a while and make the connection. my dogs always do.
    if dog still poops inside this means you are not giving dog enough time to go outside.
    dogs need to poop or pee every 3 to 4 hrs.............specially when puppies.
    always try to spend time outside with dog. make dog feel like the release time is out there and not in side.
    play time and run time and hyper activity should be outside not inside, and if you do this, dog will make connection and understand.
    never scream or get mad at your dog for pooping inside, this will not help
    but do reward if he does poops outside.
    good luck

  • M zabrinna M
    M zabrinna M 5 months ago

    i am so sad when i see a dog inside a cage. i am like a dog whisper and i communicate with dogs and they all tell me they hate those cages. they love to have space , run, play , and to bond with owner. i don't recommend cage, please please do not place your dog in a cage. be more understanding of your dog and offer him respect, liberty, discipline, room, training, love,, and direction. dogs love direction with love and respect. sorry to disagree with your method, don't meant to be negative criticism but i am just expressing from 50 yr dog experience. good day. :)

  • Joe Mcdunna
    Joe Mcdunna 5 months ago

    You're smoking hot. Thanks for the tips!

  • Sariah goodsell
    Sariah goodsell 5 months ago

    I had two dogs and I taught both of them when I went pee and poop in the house to show them what they did then give him a little pat on the butt and then maybe in a month they learned...

  • Ariana Lover 23
    Ariana Lover 23 5 months ago

    But what if the dog has accidentally peed or pooped in his or her crate while you are asleep?

  • isabel Geddes
    isabel Geddes 5 months ago

    I do all that brought puppy in from outside and he snuck in kitchen and wees all over the floor. He never wee s when in crate or playpen. He's 3 months old. Help. Any advise. I'd like him to be able to be allowed in the house

  • mr steal yo girl
    mr steal yo girl 5 months ago

    My dog hates his crate

  • Sosy Waffle
    Sosy Waffle 5 months ago

    My pug puppy hates crates.

  • Jeanfromthebayy
    Jeanfromthebayy 5 months ago

    He couldn't even move in the cate

  • Emry Walker
    Emry Walker 6 months ago

    How are you supposed to potty train a Airedale Terrier puppy I want my Airedale Terrier puppy to be able to hold it for long hours

  • European Bourgeois
    European Bourgeois 6 months ago

    I don’t get say you can potty train a dog in 7 days, the Zak guy said it takes months?

  • Evil One
    Evil One 6 months ago

    Wow she’s cute!!😍😍 and what an adorable dog😘

  • Viveca Blah
    Viveca Blah 6 months ago

    Thanks I just got lab and I am trying hard to potty train her outdoors. but she is also sticking to me like glue. I am afraid of her developing seperation anxiety.

  • Marianna Loves roblox santos

    I will try this

  • JJM
    JJM 6 months ago

    Damn she needa suck me up

  • nate mullen
    nate mullen 6 months ago

    nice legs...

  • Erin Averyt
    Erin Averyt 6 months ago

    How do you train an dog who's not an puppy anymore she pees on the sofa and loveseat and my sheets how can I correct this issue

  • Kandace Garcia
    Kandace Garcia 6 months ago +2

    This comment was written as constructive criticism and includes more and corrected information for all who read it.
    I understand the point of this video and some things I do agree with, but the information you gave about the crate, crates in general, and pee-pee pads is incorrect. That specific crate for that type of dog breed is too small to house that dog for long periods of time, especially with the divider. Now I did think that maybe you were just using it as an example, but then you had said that it was even too big for a puppy and that's where I knew you were serious about having that current dog in there and that is just too small. Of course, it does depend on the breed and the age of the puppy to determine the size of the crate that it is held in. The crate in the video is a good size for that specific dog if it is only held there temporarily. Possibly at night when you are sleeping and you don't want it going off on his own. As for potty training, it's good if it is being supervised. Like you said, look at the signs of the dog/puppy wanting to get out or sniff around to find a place to pee, then take the puppy outside to pee in its spot. If the puppy is going to be unsupervised for a long period of time, then it does need a bigger crate and it should have a pee-pee pad in the crate with it. If not, then you will have more of a mess to pick up and that just reinforces the puppy to pee wherever and whenever they need to go. That is why pee pads when made, to give puppies and dogs a designated spot to pee on when they are unable to go outside. If the puppy is peeing on the floor or carpet then that is just an accident and accidents will happen. Training must be consistent and monitored. Now, if you are trying to make the crate a pleasant place for them, only put them there for a few hours and maybe at night. No amount of toys are going to make the puppy happy in there if they are locked up for hours on end while it rolls around in its own mess. There is a better method for keeping a puppy or dog in a secluded area with a crate. Look online to find the correct size of a crate and connecting gate pieces for a corral with access to the crate. This in turn gives the puppy a place to sleep, a place for a pee pad (if not potty trained yet or in the house for too long), and plenty of space to play. Puppy pens can be expensive so you can always look up to buy the fencing or individual gate pieces and fit them together with zip ties. I've made one before and there are plenty of how-to videos on TVclip. You had also mentioned in another comment that you have a degree in Animal Science and you have been training for some time. I too have a degree and have trained animals and have experience breeding and taking care of plenty of puppies. I know its hard to take criticism from people that you think have no idea what they are talking about or have no experience, but if they are mostly all saying the same thing then maybe take that into account. People dont have to be "experts" to know a thing or two about the care of animals. That is something that a lot of people just learn from experience. Next time, try to take the high road and don't reply childish comments like "Lol" and "Burn", to name a few or your responses to people in this feed.
    Other very informative TVclip channels about puppy training and other things:
    +Brightdog Academy Dog Training
    +Zak George's Dog Training Revolution

  • Emma Keough
    Emma Keough 6 months ago

    My puppy HATES the crate sooo

  • Nicholas Swidan
    Nicholas Swidan 6 months ago

    She keeps going on and on and on again

  • Libby Cormier
    Libby Cormier 6 months ago +1

    My dog can hold it all night from 11-4, and knows a bell will take her outside. But, when I take her outside, she just wants to play. When I take her inside, she pees. I don't use puppy pads and mop the floor thoroughly to make sure it doesn't smell like pee, but she still goes inside

    • Libby Cormier
      Libby Cormier 6 months ago

      Btw I've had her for 3 weeks, she is almost 10 weeks

  • Juan Piedra
    Juan Piedra 6 months ago

    I have 2 dogs a shipoo & maltipoo. Tried this & the shipoo instantly learned to go outside however it’s been 3 weeks and the maltipoo will never go outside. Not once! Hence can’t praise them if they don’t go. Leave them in their crates over night & take them out first thing in the morning but the maltipoo will never go outside & just wait till we go inside. She’s very discreet & will never catch us watching her potty so can never reprehend her for it. Any suggestions?