House Training a Pitbull Puppy

My 5 week old bluenosed Pitbull keeps using the potty in the house. How do I get her to stop?

By Justin from Akron


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April 30, 20120 found this helpful

Five weeks is very young. The dog cannot hold urine or anything else for very long.

You can take watch her very carefully, and when she smells the floor, or gets through drinking or gets finished exercising or wakes up from a nap, say in a happy voice "lets go outside and go potty!"

Make it exciting and happy. When he goes to the potty outside, praise the darling and say "Yaaa! What a good girl, you went to the potty!" Make it all a big game.


If you know the signs of them needing to go out, training will go faster. After each time you play or she runs around, it will be time to go outside to go potty. This will teach her to have a good attitude about going potty outside!

Also, here is an excellent resource for all pit bull owners, I have found this site to be awesome!

Here is an article on training your pit bull to be house trained:
http://www.ehow  ull-puppies.html

You are so blessed to have one of these beautiful puppies!
They look right into your heart!

Blessings, Robyn

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September 30, 20150 found this helpful

It's only 5 weeks. It's going to pee. Take it out every 30-60 min and that's about all you can do right now. Five it a little treat every time it does pee outside. I have a 5 month old blue nose and that's all I did with mine and he is potty trained for the most part. I still take him out about every hour

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March 3, 20160 found this helpful

I have the same problem with my pit bull rigback

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