Poochie bells: hang this bell at the main entrance that your puppy will use for potty training. Show your puppy how to ring the bell each time that you make a trip to their regulated bathroom space. This is a great way for your puppy to let you know that they need to go out!
Stain and odour remover: when accidents happen, make sure you clean and de-odourize right away to discourage your puppy (and other dogs!) from using the same spot again
Backyard containment: please make sure your pet has a safe and enclosed area to play off leash. Add and rotate toys in your dog’s outdoor play area to keep them happy and stimulated.
Pet gates: a great idea for sectioning off the puppy-proofed areas of your home. This helps the potty and house training of your puppy by allowing for consistent supervision. We love the Richell line of gates and exercise pens.
Waist Leash: for open concept homes and closer supervision of your puppy you can try using a waist leash to keep your puppy closely supervised. This also helps to form a bond with your puppy since they have to be closely aware of your movements.