House Training Dogs Directory
House training, or house breaking, a dog can take between 4-6 months for most breeds, though some will take longer. The key to training is patience. Usually dogs can begin house training around 12-16 weeks. There are specific ways you can train your dog to make the process easier. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to house train your dog, what to expect, and much more.
Tips for Housetraining Your Puppy
WebMD provides guidelines and helpful tips for housetraining your puppy.
House Training Adult Dogs
WebMD discusses house training adult dogs including tips for effective house training and when to call a vet for possible problems.
Weekend Crate Training for Dogs
WebMD discusses crate training for dogs including preparation, treats, and when not to use a crate for your dog.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Puppy Care -- From Adoption to Puppy-Proofing Your Home
From feeding and playing to shots and spaying, learn everything you need to know before bringing home a puppy.
Slideshow: Risky Mistakes Pet Owners Make
Pet owners risk rashes, diseases, bites, and worms when they neglect pet care basics. And dogs and cats can suffer needlessly, too. This WebMD slideshow lays out scenarios.