Why Your Dog Needs A Mid Day Potty Break
You don’t need to let your dog get stuck indoor all day. You should let your dog out for a potty break every now and then. We can take your dog out in the yard for a potty break, give love and attention, supply water; offer treats if necessary and gives you detailed information about your dog’s fun during the break and elimination.
There are different ways to house train your puppy, but the best and most reliable way is to provide frequent opportunities for your puppy to eliminate in an appropriate place. This could be achieved by walking your puppy on a leash, or placing your pet in an area designated for potty at regular intervals. When crate training your puppies, you need to let them out at intervals for proper training and so that they can also socialize. Love and Kisses can help you establish and maintain a housebreaking schedule through daily visits for midday potty break. We will not only ensure that your puppy’s schedule is kept consistent, we also make sure it socializes with someone else apart from their owners.
For the adult dogs, you do not also have to make them sit in one place all day. Most dogs, even the best trained ones will have accidents when they have stayed in one place for a very long time before going out. One rule to always remember is never to let your dog wait for more than eight hours before they go on a break. Dogs that are crated deserve a midday potty break, and this will also give them the opportunity to have a good stretch. Love and Kisses will ensure that your dog is grateful to you for allowing them have the much needed midday potty break.
The old dogs have a difficult time holding their bladder for long. They need more potty breaks more than the puppies. Leaving your dog to hold it for