4 to 6 months
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What is the best age to potty train a puppy?
Potty Pro. Many dogs are fully house-trained by 6 months old, but don’t be discouraged if your pooch has accidents through 12 months old. Every dog is different, and some take a bit longer to make it to professional potty level.
What is the best method for potty training a puppy?
Methods for Potty Training. Crate training is a great way to start your puppy off on the right paw. Dogs have a natural instinct to keep their den clean, so a properly sized crate, introduced gradually, will create a home base for your puppy and will keep him from having accidents when you can watch him.
Why does it take so long to potty train a dog?
Every dog is different, and some take a bit longer to make it to professional potty level. Small dogs tend to be fully house-trained later than large dogs because they have smaller bladders and higher metabolisms, meaning they must go out more often.
How long does it take to potty train a Doberman puppy?
Dogs tend to loosen their bladders whenever they are overexcited. Normally, it will take the average puppy between 4 to 6 months to be completely potty trained. In some cases, the duration could take up to a year. Size can be an influencing factor.