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Potty training a puppy can be a very frustrating experience for new dog owners. I remember trying to get my dog Sadie potty trained when she was little. It was not easy and I went through a lot of puppy pads. A puppy can be stubborn and leave a mess all over the house. Some puppy owners try to cover all of the floors with newspapers or other things that can absorb the wastes and urine of a puppy. This can get very messy and even ruin your floors. Cats can be easily potty trained with litter boxes. Similarly, there are some ways that can be used to train a puppy to do its business in the right place. A special dog crate is designed to act as a bathroom and bedroom for a puppy. Modern Puppies is an example of a solution that provides potty training for puppies.
A simple traditional dog cage is divided into two sections via a barrier that has a small entrance for making the transition between two areas. One section is dedicated towards potty training and the other section has a bed where your puppy can sleep. The bathroom section of a puppy apartment is lined with special absorbent materials that won’t leave any mess from urine and wastes. It may take several weeks for a puppy to develop the right habits of potty training indoors in a special puppy apartment. Traditional potty training outside may not work for young puppies that are too frightened to spend a single minute in an outdoor setting with cold temperatures. Check out Modern Puppies to see if the puppy apartment will work for your little fur baby.