Are Norfolk terriers easy to housebreak? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Nesbitt   
Thursday, 28 January 2010 20:56

Norfolk terriers are very willing breeds who wish to please, making basic housebreaking usually easy to train but growing up takes awhile.  As with any puppy, frequent trips outdoors are in order, and puppies should always be crated or confined in a safe area when unattended. 


Consistency and a routine are extremely important in housebreaking.  Your puppy should be taken out frequently especially after eating, drinking, playing and sleeping.   Accompanying your dog outside will assure that he has done what you expected and hasn't gotten distracted by a leaf or some other object in the surroundings. 


Often, if a puppy is left out alone, he will be so anxious to come in again, that he will try to finish quickly and not completely empty his bladder causing an accident shortly after returning inside.


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