You have just got to be patient and persistent. 

You have to be able to do the things you need to do to improve your dog’s behaviour. 

This will give you the time and motivation to get it right. 

And the training methods are going to take time, so you need the right dog to get you there. 

I’m sure some people will find this a little overwhelming. 

But I think the most important thing is to have patience and stick with it. 

For example, if your dog is a small dog like a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, it is going to be a lot easier to teach him how to use a potty. 

There are many books out there for this, and you can find lots of videos on YouTube. 

Even if your puppy is small, there is still plenty of room to improve. 

The key is to let him learn from the mistakes you make and learn from those that work.

If you find yourself struggling to keep your dog quiet or your dog getting bored, don’t let that stop you. 

It will take patience and persistence. 

So, if you have a large German Shepherd that is not ready for potty, you may have to go to the dog park. 

Or, if that dog is starting to become impatient or stressed, you can go to a shelter. 

As I have mentioned before, this is a great opportunity to get your dog out of the house. 

Don’t worry if you aren’t comfortable or your pet isn’t ready for the new training. 

Once you get the dog to use the toilet, you have to give him a treat. 

If you do that correctly, he will start to enjoy the activity. 

In the end, this means you will get your puppy to use that toilet again, which will help him develop a relationship with you.

It’s very important to keep this up, but the biggest benefit is that you will have a dog that loves the exercise, and your dog will learn to use it.