Make housetraining easier. Simply spray Simple Solution Puppy Aid Training Spray in an area you wish your pup to urinate - outdoors in an area of your yard you wish to devote to elimination, or indoors, on Piddle Pads®, papers, Pet Loo, or anywhere acceptable to you. Puppy will be attracted to urinate by the special scent in the spray and will go where you want him to. When used daily, consistently, and following instructions, Puppy Aid Training Spray may speed up the time you spend housetraining, depending on the puppy. Spray is easy to use and smells great!
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Directions: Follow these easy directions to train your pet to urinate in acceptable areas. The length of time for training will depend on your individual pet.
Indoors: Shake well. Spray a small amount of product onto the surface where you want your puppy to urinate. Allow your puppy to sniff the spot and praise him when he performs. Continue the training process by reapplying product and bringing your puppy back to the spot often, especially after eating, drinking, playing, or napping.
Outdoors: Shake well. Spray on areas where you would like your puppy to urinate. Allow your puppy to sniff the area and praise him when he performs. Continue the training process by reapplying product and bringing your puppy back to the spot often, especially after eating, drinking, playing, or napping.
Do you have the necessary tools to make housetraining successful? Here are some of our expert tips:
- Buy a pup from a reliable breeder who has taken the time to start pups on the right track and who keeps the whelping box and kennel clean.
- A crate (#78268 and others) is an invaluable tool. We have many pet owners commenting that crate training was easy after being initially skeptical.
- A barrier gate (#22125 and others) confines your pup to a room with easy-to-clean floors if you don't want him in a crate and you just can't watch his every move.
- Papers, Piddle Pads, and a Protection Tray are a must if you're training your pup to go inside.
- Do you have plenty of treats to give your pup when he's "done his duty?" Some pups are very food motivated.
- Feeding on schedule helps your pup's body get used to having to relieve himself on schedule.
- Cleanup supplies - Dog-tergent (#6054) and Stainaway (#5593) are great products for the inevitable accident.
- Get a lead and collar so he can relieve himself under your control and so you can train your pup to go in a certain area of the yard.