Dog Training/Lab


I got my lab pup is of 35 days now .i got him five days back now if i put him in cardboard box then he would cry like hell and even if i ignore it he cries more and more.nowdays he is sleeping on my bed but due to this my father could not sleep in my room so how to tea h him to sleep on floor and if i keep him on floor then he would try to climb my bed and more thing that he is pooping and peeing inside the house so how to correct it and i don't want any trainer. Plzz help and tell at which age would he stop doing that.

First, if you puppy is really only 35 days old, it is too young to be away from his mother and littermates. You are working from a huge disadvantage already. Puppies should not be separated from their family until they are least 7 weeks old.

Get a crate for your dog. Put it next to the side of the bed you sleep on, close enough that you can put your hand next to it so the puppy knows you are there. You must ignore all whining and crying if you don't want him on the bed with you. You could also put a blanket or towel over the crate.

The crate is also the solution for housetraining the dog. He should be in his crate whenever you are not directly supervising him. Take him out every 20 minutes when he is awake and immediately after he wakes up from a nap. You can also teach him to ring a bell to tell you he has to go outside.  Here's a good article:

Please let me know if you have further questions.

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Barb Gadola, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP


I can answer questions related to problem dog behaviors, teaching polite manners, puppy raising, and any type of training-related issues. My website page, offers a wealth of information on training and behavior issues as well.


I've been training dogs since 1989 and own and operate Distinctive Dog Training LLC in Keller TX. I specialize in providing practical and positive solutions for families through personalized training in their home.

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