Puppy Schedule -Daily // A new puppy can be a lot of work but with the right routine you can puppy potty train faster and work on training and manners too. Following a puppy schedule can help you stay ahead of potty training and crate training which will be the first skills you’ll work on with your new dog. When your puppy is on a schedule you’ll be putting pup down for naps. Naps help overtired puppies who are biting.
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Thanks for watching Puppy Schedule – Daily. Are you working on creating a consistent schedule for your puppy?
My 3mth pup is crying whining right now the mistake I made was sleeping out on the couch with him and his doggy bed so now he doesn’t want to sleep alone but now I have to go back out to work
9:20 ours sleeps through the night no problem
Do You wake up the Pup after its 30 min nap or You wait until it waked up?
I just got a 4 month old Yorkie last week, who is a very picky eater, she don’t like kibble I tried 2 different brands even the kibble that the breeder said they were feeding her. She don’t like treats, I’ve tried several different ones, she won’t eat them, I tried scramble or boiled eggs which she might nibble at. It’s a struggle getting her to eat I try wet food mixed with a little kibble and she won’t eat it unless she’s super hungry. I’m so worried and frustrated because she’s really only getting 1 to 2 meals a day. Training is impossible because she’s so hyper and since she doesn’t like treats there’s no incentive to learn. I need help desperately 😫
Lorenzo came home last night, working on a schedule… Wish me luck 🙂
You have helped me prepare for my new puppy so much! I want her transition here to be really smooth and your videos are so helpful, thank you so much!
I have a 10 week old Miniature Schnauzer who sleeps through the night without so much as a whimper. He’s had 2 accidents in the house due to my not picking up on his excessive playfulness. He’s truly amazing!!
Im getting a mini today so excited any tips would be appreciated
olivia abraham I think getting any dog from a breeder is much better than getting him/her from a pet store. My mini had a wonderful first 8 weeks and I’m convinced that makes all the difference. He was potty trained when I picked him up and sleeps soundly through the night.
@E T sounds like an angel. I am ready for the sleep deprivation lol
I just got mine a week ago!
My puppy is 12 weeks old. He can sleep 6 to 7 hours at night. I usually take him for a potty break around 2:30am to 3:30am. He is back in the crate for another 2 to 3 hours. I think we have a pretty good schedule going.
@Kedamono Just curious if the crate is in your bedroom. Our pup is 12 weeks old too.
@Jennifer McNally nope, the crate is in the laundry room
My pups 15 weeks and she usually gets through the night without having to go to the bathroom and she rarely has an accident except when shes sick
Sounds like a blast waking up at 2:30am!
My puppy is insane… he’s 10 weeks old and so naughty and confident. He’s already guarding the house and standing up to my older dog. He’s an serious menace
my Georgie is 15 weeks and fully potty trained. Having structure and routine is so critical!!!
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@MONICA SOTO Do you give your dog or puppy just a piece of the room your in? If not sorry I couldn’t give any information TvT
Same to you
My puppy was fully trained to the wee pad and just one day started having accidents again and it hasn’t been the same, I started potty training to go outside and see how that goes. So far so good
Pennywise be like: want a balloon Georgie?👀
My puppy just arrived 2 days ago and is 8 weeks old. We have started using your schedule on day 1 and trying to adjust the times accordingly. Your videos have been so helpful and next I will sign up for your 30 day online course so I can know how to best train him! Thank you for your videos!
We’ve had our pup for a week now, shes about 10 weeks old. The schedule is totally working! She is thriving on the structure and quickly learned to love her crate.
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This is so good to hear!
Did you end up quitting your job?
@Mash Syed hilarious 🤣
This video was so helpful, I can finally sleep some without hours of barking. Thank you so much for training me on how to train my puppy🐶❤
I’m a week away from picking up my 10 weeks miniature schnauzer and I’ve been devouring training videos to do as best as possible since I don’t have a trainer in my area. Can’t wait to start the training!
Thanks for all the attention and care you put into your videos 🙂
Thanks for sharing this video! Rocky has been home for a month. He is 14 weeks and we have been struggling with a lot of biting recently. After watching this video, we will readjust his schedule because I think we were leaving him in his crate for too long.
My GSD pup Raven is 10 weeks and already potty trained, crate trained and doing tricks/good recall. Most important things are 1) Create an incredibly strong bond 2) STRUCTURE/routine. It’ll save ya sleep I swear🤘💖
Our 8 year old min pin still gets the zoomies every day before bed. It’s our favorite thing she does!
This is possibly the most useful video I have ever watched! I have a roughly 9 week old Parson Russell Terrier called Daisy, she has been with me one week and so far I have really struggled to get the routine right and balanced. Partly, I have huge guilt over shutting her in the crate for time during the day, but I have begun to get over this, and using you schedule is really helping me understand how often and when to nap, and how to use play and training appropriately for her age! Thank you so much
My puppy is 9 weeks he does really well, usually only wakes up once at night. We are developing a schedule now… watching your channel before I picked him up really helped me!
Thank you for your videos, they are so helpful. I have a 7 week old blue nosed pit and I am trying to crate train, after making the mistake of giving him the run of the house, but I am now trying to correct this and your videos have been sooo helpful. Thanks again.
I’m getting my puppy in a month and I’m so excited! This was super helpful, thank you for sharing 😍😍👏
This video has a lot of useful information but the way it was structured really made me work to piece together the schedule. I think a visual list of the times and what each block should include would have been helpful.
omg same. like just give us the info and spare us the filler words and like just so much excessive words.
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@Melissa Munson She literally gives this for free on her website, I think she said this more than once in the video. It’s in the description as well. The free pdf has a visual represntation of a schedule.
Thank you!! I’m racking my brain trying to train my 8 week old puppy and my schedule is all over the place. So happy I found this video. 🙏
My puppy is 9 weeks old. We’re on day 4 and still trying to establish a schedule. I’m so glad I watched your video and learned that I don’t have to wake her to go potty in the middle of the night. Now I can sleep a little better.
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Good! I’m so glad you found this helpful.
Just brought home our 8 week old puppy Wayne! We love your videos so much, you’re extremely informative. Thank you!