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Old 07-11-2012, 05:38 PM   #50 (permalink)
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Lol its not about having an Albert Einstein dog its just about how much time the breeder really spends on training. I can honestly say every litter I have raise in the house all my pups by 8 weeks were puppy pad trained. when you make it fun for them and work with them all at once and treat the pup that is doing good all will eventually follow to get that treat. It is so much easier sometimes to train more then one at a time especially when you have a good example for the pups. I also had the best momma dog ever as she would take her pups to the pup pad if they went to squat somewhere they weren't supposed to LOL. now all the basic commands I haven't done but the chewing and potty training usually were nipped when the pups left me.

This vid is awesome btw this is when you know dogs are messed with constantly as pups.

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