How to Potty Train Small Dogs

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How can I train my dog not to bark at visitors?

Question by Dayelin R: How can I train my dog not to bark at visitors?
I have a 9 month old shih-tzu, and every time someone knocks at the door, or when she hears something that resembles knocking, she barks up a storm. This wouldn’t be so bad, except that when I have company over (not too often) she acts afraid of the person, barking at them and hiding in her crate. She is otherwise socialized, and when we see people outside of my home (like on walks, in the park, etc.) she is fine. I know this is probably because I live alone, she rarely sees visitors except for my boyfriend (who she adores) and she is protecting her territory. But how can I get her to accept visitors?

I have read many dog behavior/training books, but none have taught me how to deal with this problem.

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Answer by Laura D
You need to disapline your dog right after she barks at visitors. She may continue to do it but everytime she starts barking just say, “NO!” and if she is a good dog she will listen to you.

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What are some effective ways to house train a puppy?

Question by Stephanie B: What are some effective ways to house train a puppy?
I just got this poodle dog about 6 weeks ago. When I got him, he was still too young to be away from his mother and he was way to young to even consider house training, so I didn’t punish him for a while whenever he went on the floor. But now I think he’s getting to the point that he can finally learn, but he seems to be really comfortable just continuing to go on the floor. He’s already got his “favorite” spots to go and I’m trying every trick in the book to try and get him to quit. Is it my fault that he isn’t learning by allowing him to become accustomed to peeing on the floors? Or are there just more effective ways to train that I don’t know about?

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Answer by Karma
Newspapers – get him to go on that and keep moving it until you move it out of the house. Or get a cage (if you live in an apartment)

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