How to Keep Your New Puppy from Peeing in the House


Puppies don't know where they're supposed to go to the bathroom when they first come to a new home.

Medical problems

In some cases, puppies may pee in the house if they have a medical condition, such as a urinary tract infection.

Clean up

If your puppy does have an accident in the house, be sure to clean it up immediately and thoroughly. This will help to prevent your puppy from being attracted to the spot and peeing there again.


Avoid giving your puppy water before bed, as this could increase the chances of them having an accident overnight.


Crate training can help to reduce the chances of your puppy peeing in the house. A crate is a safe and secure place for your puppy to stay when you're not able to supervise them.

Be patient 

 Potty training takes time and patience. Don't get discouraged if your puppy has accidents. Just keep following the tips above and be consistent with your routine.


Potty training a new puppy can be challenging, but it's important to be patient and consistent. By following the tips above and using positive reinforcement, you can help your puppy to learn when and where they're supposed to go to the bathroom.

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