How To Use SavvyGrow Artificial Grass For Potty Training

SavvyGrow Artificial Grass for Dogs

Pet owners always ask, how do you use artificial grass for potty training?

As a pet owner, potty training your dog is one of the most important tasks, and definitely it is also one of the most difficult. Switching to SavvyGrow artificial grass for dogs can help you simplify the whole process so you can enjoy having a well-mannered dog while maintaining a clean, beautiful home and backyard. 


1. Start Inside Your House

After eating and playing, take them to their potty area frequently, to familiarize them with the spot and the feel of artificial grass. For easy access, cut out some artificial grass and place it on your balcony or any specific place you want them to potty indoors.


2. Practice Makes Perfect

When training your pets, always be patient, making mistakes during potty training is natural for young pets, such as peeing in the wrong place or just simply don't follow your command. To minimize these mistakes, rub some of their urine on the artificial grass so they will associate the smell on the artificial grass with their toilet. 


3. Move Potty Training To The Backyard

Once your dog is comfortable going on artificial grass, you can now transfer their toilet outside. Make sure every time they show signs of needing to go to the bathroom like going in circles, sniffing around, squatting, take them out immediately.


4. Give Them Treats

After they successfully potty trained outside, try to give plenty of praise and treats. Make sure to be patient and consistent in training them, and before you know it, you have a dog that knows the right way to go potty.


SavvyGrow Artificial Grass for Dogs


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