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French Bulldogs

House Training Your French Bulldog Puppies

Are you welcoming a new set of French bulldog puppies into your home? Congratulations! Getting a new puppy is an exciting time for you and your family. Whether you're a first-time dog owner or you've been through this with French bulldogs before, you know that housetraining can be tough. We're here to help you with some housetraining tips for getting your French bulldog puppies doing their business outside in no time.

Use positive reinforcement. While it's contrary to many dog training methods of the past, it's both effective and works to build a positive relationship between your family and your French bulldog puppies. Spend plenty of time outside with your pup, and give them a treat and plenty of positive praise when they do their business outside. The more time you can spend outside with them, the better.

Expect mistakes. Remember, your puppy is learning something brand new for the first time, and you don't speak the same language. It's going to take some time for them to understand how to do the right thing. Stay patient, stay calm, and know that it's normal for the process to take a little longer than expected.

Use the month rule. Your puppy can hold their bladder for approximately one hour for each month of their age. For example, a three-month-old puppy can be expected to hold it for about three hours. Knowing your dog's ability to hold it can help you know how often you need to take them outside. Think of this rule as the bare minimum - more is always better.

Think about having your pup spayed or neutered. While these procedures don't fix all behaviors, they can go a long way in helping your pup to stay calm and respond well to training. Talk with your vet about the appropriate time for your pet to be spayed or neutered.

If you're ready to welcome French bulldog puppies into your home, our French bulldog breeder in Atlanta would love to talk with you. Reach out to our French bulldog breeder in Atlanta, Royale French Bulldogs, to learn more about the process of welcoming one of our precious pups into your home.

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