-The safe and easy way to housebreak the pup is using a crate. The crate needs to be large enough for the pup to be able to sit, turn around and lay down. Whenever  the pup is unsupervised, put him/her in the crate. The pup should be aired about every two hours until he can learn more control. When you take the pup out of the crate or after he is fed, pick the pup up and carry him outside where you want him to do his business. When the pup is finished, let him walk back to the house, showing him the yard area you want him to use.

-Raising a pup inside and outside of the home gives him a higher confidence level, therefore the pup will take to the obedience commands easier.

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