While your puppy is relieving himself, use a word or phrase, how to make you poop, which over time can be used until the animal then needs to remind him that this is what that you must do. If possible, make sure your puppy has a regular schedule for meals. Depending on the age, the puppies usually need to feed three or four times a day. If you feed your puppy at the same times every day, it is more likely to also follow a regular schedule to go to the bathroom. In this way, train your puppy to live indoors will be easier, both for you and for the pupfish.
Supervise and monitor: do not give your puppy the opportunity to make their needs at home. When you are inside, the puppy must be supervised at all times. You can tie your body with a belt of six feet (1.8 meters), or you can use a door to babies is not out of the room where you are. Watch for signs indicating that the puppy needs to go to the bathroom, as when he sniffs the area or walking in circles. When this happens, remove it immediately with the belt to the place designated as their bathroom. If you go to the bathroom, praise him all possible and reward him with a Dainty. Detention: When you can not monitor your puppy at all times, put it in a small enough area so that it does not want to go to the bathroom there. The area should be just large enough as so the puppy can be standing, lie down and turn around comfortably. This area could be a part of a bathroom or laundry locked boxes or a door for babies. Alternatively, could train your puppy so that it is in a cage and used the cage to confine it if your puppy has been held several hours, when you leave the exit take it directly to the place where going to the bathroom and praise him once you do your needs.