To housebreak your puppy: Crate training can help your puppy learn to hold their bladder and bowels for longer periods of time.
Choose the right crate for your puppy. The crate should be big enough for your puppy to stand up, turn around, and lie down comfortably.
Don't force your puppy into the crate. This will only make them associate the crate with negative experiences. Don't leave your puppy in the crate for too long.
Be consistent. Make sure you stick to the same routine every day. Be patient. It may take some time for your puppy to get used to the crate.
Put your puppy's bed, toys, and food in the crate. You can also put a blanket over the crate to make it more den-like.
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If your puppy has an accident in the crate, don't punish them. Just clean up the mess and try again.