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How to Use a Potty Party Cake to Potty Train a Toddler
by AJ. in Parenting
Don't pull out your hair. Make potty training your little one a not-so-scary (for you or your toddler) experience with a simple tool called the "Potty Party Cake" from www.pottypartycakes.comDifficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
A Potty Party Cake from www.PottyPartyCakes.com
A Toddler who is showing signs of being ready to potty train
2-3 Days of Focused Time
How to Potty Train an Inside Puppy to Potty Outside
by CakeMonster in Pets
House-training a puppy requires setting and sticking to a routine for your puppy. If you have already successfully trained it to use puppy pads indoors, then the transition to outdoors is a very similar process. Your puppy will follow your cues to what behaviors are praised and rewarded, but you must send consistent signals.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Dog crate
Leas

How to Potty Train a Child Who Refuses to Sit on the Potty
by tedrodai in Parenting
According to Tanya Remer Altmann, M.D., FAAP, potty training can only happen "when a toddler is ready, and you can't rush it." It is also important to be ready as a parent. You must have the time and energy to encourage your child daily for up to three months, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP suggests that while it is important to encourage your toddler to use the potty, it wil

How to Potty Train Someone That's Been Un-Potty Trained
by Jérôme in Parenting
For most parents of toddlers, successful potty training is an exciting milestone. You don't have to deal with diapers anymore, and your child is proud to wear big-kid underwear. But sometimes, after weeks or even months of using the potty to urinate and defecate, toddlers will become "un-potty trained" and begin having accidents again. If that happens to you, don't worry: It's surprisingly common!

How to Train a Puppy to Potty Where You want Him to Potty
by ArmHead in Pets
A puppy who consistently goes to the bathroom in the same place is more likely to go during walks and less likely to have accidents. You can teach your puppy to potty in a specific spot while potty training him.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Collar
Leash
Training clicker
Dog treats

Mark the spot where you want your dog to go to t


Potty Chair Vs. Potty Seat
by Eric in Parenting
Most parents decide to potty train around 2 to 3 years old. Parents usually search for a suitable method to train their child and then have to decide which type of potty they want to use. It may be wise to purchase a potty commode and a seat that fits over the adult toilet. These seats can be used for several years to prevent a child from falling into the toilet! Potty Seat BenefitsPotty seats

How to Potty Train Dogs After Using a Potty Pad
by JulianCT in Pets
Many people like to train a puppy to use indoor potty pads, thinking later they can switch the dog to an outdoor potty area. Sounds like a good plan, but there is one problem: all dogs develop a strong preference to potty on whatever surface they have learned to use as a young puppy. Because of this, it is very difficult to switch your dog later. The best plan is to train your puppy simultaneously

How to Potty Train with a Potty Party
by Dahak in Parenting
Terri Crane, author of "Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day," recommends using a potty party to help train a reluctant toddler because it makes learning to use the potty fun, exciting and rewarding. If your toddler is ready to potty train, throwing her a one-day potty training party can motivate her to start successfully using the potty chair.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Nee

How to Potty Train a Boy
by Carbito in Parenting
Most parents eagerly look forward to the time when they can potty train their boy. For many parents, potty training their son marks his transition from babyhood to boyhood. But potty training a toddler boy can be a bit of a challenge. Frequent accidents, messy clean ups and bad aim too often result in lots of frustration and little progress. But if you follow these steps for how to potty train y
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How to Re-Potty Train a Dog
by xetrill in Pets
Changes in the household or a lack of consistence in a dog's routine can lead to the dog forgetting his potty training and urinating and defecating in the house. This often means that the dog needs to be re-potty trained to reinforce the original training. Because the dog has learned these lessons once before, it often takes less time to re-potty train a dog as it did to originally train him.Diffi
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