Give Consistent Verbal and Physical Cues – Bark Potty

Give Consistent Verbal and Physical Cues

You may think that it is difficult to train your pup to go to the bathroom inside; after all, we spend so many countless hours and days training them to go outside on the grass. If you’ve had a change of location that doesn’t involve a yard or your dog can’t hold his business all day, it’s important to make sure he has a way to relieve himself in a clean and appropriate way. At Bark Potty, you can trust that all of your indoor dog potty problems are solved. We have the perfect indoor dog potty that can be your dog's security blanket when it comes to doing business. But if you’ve never trained your dog how to use one of our Bark Potty indoor dog potties, it’s important that you train him correctly. Here are some useful tips on how to train your pup to go potty on our Bark Potty system.

Stay Consistent and Clear

It’s important that you stay consistent. The more consistency with your training, the faster your dog will understand that he is supposed to go to the bathroom on the indoor dog potty. You also need to keep your verbiage clear to prevent any and all confusion about what area of the home is his bathroom. If you’ve ever used potty training pads in the past, you may have had some trouble with this. Luckily, Bark Potty is made of all natural materials and smells that get your dog’s attention. Because this potty smells like the natural outdoor area where your pup is accustomed, he is likely to understand that the Bark Potty is where he should go to relieve himself. Don’t go anywhere just yet. We have tips on teaching your dog how to use the indoor potty patch, Bark Potty.