Potty Training a Gordon Setter. World-famous dog trainer Zak George teams up with Modern Puppies. Please visit: https://ModernPuppies.com for more information.
Zak George provides a short demonstration of the amazing Potty Training Puppy Apartment!
The Potty Training Puppy Apartment is only available from Modern Puppies. Use Coupon Code ZakYouTube for 5% off any order from the Modern Puppies website! Simply enter ZakYouTube during your checkout and then click apply.
Zak George has been featured on numerous television shows. Zak George has more YouTube subscribers than any other dog trainer in the world! See Zak George demonstrate the amazing Potty Training Puppy Apartment in this fun video featuring Argyle, the cute Westie. Keep in mind, the training techniques in this short video are being demonstrated by a Westie puppy, however, the techniques are exactly the same for a Gordon Setter puppy or a Gordon Setter adult dog.
The Puppy Apartment has successfully potty trained over 100,000 dogs, including Gordon Setters!
Potty training a Gordon Setter can be very time consuming and extremely frustrating. The Puppy Apartment is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home that teaches and trains your Gordon Setter to always go potty in their own indoor dog potty. It eliminates the time and frustration out of potty training a Gordon Setter. It also takes away all the stress of worrying about your Gordon Setter having to potty!
This device and method are so unique, they are patent pending. This is the only type of dog crate in the world that includes our patent pending ADJUSTABLE ROOM DIVIDER™ which is the key element in making this a potty training device.
The Puppy Apartment takes the MESSY out of paper training, the ODORS AND HASSLES out of artificial grass training, MISSING THE MARK out of potty pad training, the CREEPY BUGS out of unsanitary grass sod training and HAVING TO HOLD IT out of crate training. House training a Gordon Setter has never been cleaner, faster or easier!
The Puppy Apartment has taken all the benefits of the most popular potty training methods and combined them into one magical device and potty training system. This device and system has revolutionized how modern puppies are potty trained!
Our 47-minute Instructional DVD (the DVD is free with the purchase of your PTPA. We also have a free online version if you do not have a DVD player) is the result of five years of intense research and development. We used thousands of successfully PTPA potty-trained puppies to help create the latest version of our Instructional DVD. Our system is so unique that it is patent pending. It is virtually impossible for the PTPA to work properly without first viewing and following our THREE levels of training in our Instructional DVD.
Below is a small example of what is featured in our latest version of the PTPA Instructional DVD:
Where is the best place in my home to put the PTPA?
What are the safety precautions?
What should I do the first few minutes when introducing my puppy to their new PTPA?
What are the different options of what to do the first night?
What are the THREE levels of training?
How can I teach my puppy to potty on command with the PTPA?
When and how are all three removable doors utilized?
How should I properly position the Room Divider?
Is it okay to have food and water in or near the PTPA?
What items are allowed inside the PTPA?
How much freedom should I give my puppy during Level 1 Training?
What is the fastest way to get my puppy through Level 1 Training?
What are the different potty pad strategies?
How often should I change the potty pad?
What is the best way to speak to my dog?
When should I put my puppy in their PTPA and when should I take them out?
When and how should I use training treats?
How do I use indoor leash supervision?
When do puppies normally have to potty?
How often do puppies potty at certain ages?
What are some rare situations that some dogs may encounter and the simple solutions?
What are the most frequently asked questions from dog owners?
When is the best time to add the optional PTPA Playpen?
When and how do I teach my puppy that it is okay to also potty outside?
What should I do with an older dog that has been potty trained in a different manner?
Why is exercise and playtime important?
What is the IGNORE your puppy technique?
When and how do I reward my puppy for good behavior?
What is the best way to correct my puppy from bad behavior?
How do I correct a dog that urine marks?
How do I address a dog with territorial issues?
What are the three solutions for male dogs that hike one leg when urinating?
How do I correct urination out of excitement?
What are the benefits of puppy stairs?
What should I do if I live in a large multi-story home?
If you are seeking Gordon Setter puppies for sale or adoption, please visit our Breeders page or Rescue Program page at our website.
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