Congratulations...! It is always so much fun to have a new pup in the house.
If you are trying to housebreak or pee pad train your puppy, it will help you to know that there are 3 times, when you should bring your pup outside, or to the pee pad...Puppies always pee..after they wake up...after they play..and after they eat. And, many times, puppies will pee twice each time. (After they pee the first time, be prepared, they may pee again in 5 or 10 minutes ) When the puppy pees where you want her to....give her lots of hugs and praise, or a reward. She will learn to potty where you want her to in no time....!
Best wishes to you and your new pup. I hope she will be with you for many, many years.
You should first decide if you want to train her with the pad or to go outside. I found it was confusing to my dog when i used both. I wish someone would have told me this when i started training my dog! it was very hard to get her to go outside since the pad was inside the house when i started training her. Praises and treats worked real well. Also make sure you use the same word all the timewhen she goes where you want her to this i found was very important. i would take my dog out every three hours and waited for about 15 minutes for her to go. if you are crating her try not to leave any beds or sheets in case they cant hold it. it took me about a month to get her fully trained patience will be a very i portant factor. good luck.
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