The burglary of a dog takes time and patience, but in the case of a Boston Terrier, it is well known that they are particularly difficult to break into. Although there is no quick fix to ease the process, the most proven method is consistency.
Wanting to rob your Boston Terrier can be a tough job, but always follow these 5 simple steps to be sure to get results much faster:
Step 1. Train your Boston Terrier from the moment you have it. This can be really crucial because dogs, even puppies, do not like the accidents where they sleep. Even if an occasional accident occurs in the crate, you can rest assured that it will only happen in a localized and easy to clean area. If you do not really do it, your puppy will have the full reach of the house while you are away and will have accidents where they feel the urge. Since puppies need to relieve themselves about six times a day, this can include expensive Persian carpets.
Step 2. Take your Boston Terrier outdoors (or to the designated washroom) immediately after eating. This can be a very important step that will require all your attention and concentration. You will have to be there to watch the meals early. The reason you have to do this is that your puppy will usually need to relieve himself immediately and if you're not there to make sure he's in the right place, you risk going back a second too late.
Step 3. Clean up all accidents immediately and thoroughly. The main reason is simply because we want to remove evidence that the accident has never occurred, especially the scent. If there is a lingering odor, this may cause the puppy to think that it is the right place to go and cause a recurrence in the same place. Another essential reason might be to keep your house.
Step 4. Make frequent and random trips outside or to the bathroom and use encouraging words. To say a little more about this, my 4-year-old Boston Terrier pee at the command simply because I trained her to go when I said "pee pee". This is not only beneficial during the workout, but also later when you are in a hurry and need to go fast.
Step 5. Do not punish "accidents". Especially when they are puppies, they will not understand what you are upset anyway. This is partly difficult for some dog owners, but the fact is that dogs respond better to positive than negative stimuli. Plus, even if you want your puppy to respect you, you do not want him to fear you. The Boston Terriers, even more than the other breeds, are particularly sensitive to the tone of your voice. Even howling and harsh tones can make them tremble and shake in the recesses. And worse, it can cause them to urinate in fear, further aggravating the problem.
In the end, if you stick to the tips above, you will succeed and now you can relax and enjoy the benefits of this success. Housebreaker a Boston Terrier is not an easy task, so you can be a little happy with yourself and satisfied with yourself! You have decided to "climb this mountain" and you did it today! Revel a little in your accomplishment. Have fun now with your newly formed best friend!
If you do not stick to the tips above, your Boston should overcome it, but you may end up with a very dirty house at the same time! Good luck!