Lets face it. Dogs are mammals just like humans. Their bodily functions are just as regular. Dogs must urinate and defecate often. It’s the rules of nature that dictate. And it is possible to “potty train dog”- (a bit of a euphemism).
So when you get a little puppy you had better get a plan. You can’t put a nappy on a dog. You could try of course but I reckon that within 20 seconds your nappy will be in tatters and your floor ruined.
If you get your puppy when it is a couple of weeks old and you have to bottle feed it then chances are you will be able to “potty train” your pride and joy within a very short time. Don’t try to reinvent the wheel yourself. Get all the help you can. You can buy a good guide that will tell you all about dog toilet training and much more about dog obedience for a few dollars. The investment will be well worth it.
My advice to anyone contemplating getting a puppy is to learn all you can about dog training and obedience well in advance so that when the big day arrives you can immediately put your plans into practice. This foresight on your part will make for a much happier relationship with your dog and a much happier household.
At the end of the day you only get results if you put in the effort. See my article on how to carry out dog toilet training in a very old fashioned way. You might be surprised with the results.