New Puppy – How to Manage the Space and Decrease Accidents

New Puppy How to Manage the Space and Decrease Accidents // A new puppy in the house can put a smile on everyone’s face but lots of puppy accidents can turn that smile to a frown real fast. In this video we’ll talk about managing your home with a new dog in it so you can avoid potty accidents and keep your puppy from chewing the couch or your belongings. You’re going to need a puppy crate, baby gate, puppy pen or playpen, and a few other tools to keep your puppy safe and your home free of destructive behavior. Puppy training is part of the plan as well since we want them to learn how to have good behavior within the home instead of constantly restricting puppy access all the time.

[ New Puppy Starter Kit – for new puppy owners]


Don’t forget your Puppy Supplies:

Plastic Crate:

Metal Crate:

Adaptil Spray:

Adaptil Plugin:

Snuggle Puppy:

Puppy Pen (Indoors):

Puppy Pen (Outdoors):

Baby Gate:





Shuffle Bone Puzzle Toy:

Natures Miracle:



Connect with us and say Hi on Social Media:

Join the Facebook Group For Puppy Owners:



Email the team:

Better Puppy Behavior Workshop:

The online puppy training Program: 30 Days to Puppy Perfection:


Managing Space:

Puppy Schedule:

Puppy Crate and Pen Setup:

Canine Enrichment:

Which Crate is Best:
Mistakes to Avoid Part 1

Mistakes to Avoid Part 2

10 Tips to Be the Best Puppy Owner

10 Tips to Keep Your Puppy Safe

New Dog Tips –

3 Skills to Teach Your Puppy First –


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