How to Potty Train Your Pomeranian Puppy

Because I have received many requests to explain potty taining techniques I have put this information up for my
customers to help them with this issue.

It is not hard to do, just stick to the simple rules below and be patient and you will have your puppy trained within a
month or two.

House or toilet training your Pomeranian puppy requires patience and perseverance in the first weeks and it is very
important to restrict your puppy's unsupervised access to your home during this training period!

You can keep your Pomeranian puppy in a playpen with clean newspaper down, food, water and a comfortable bed at
the other end of the playpen.

The Pomeranian puppy sleeps in this area and when you have to go out or you are busy in the house leave the baby
Pomeranian confined to the playpen.

As soon as puppy wakes up take him or her outside to the area you want puppy to use as a potty area.  Also take puppy
to this area after meals and reward puppy when he or she has done the right thing with heaps of cuddles and tell puppy
how clever and good he or she is.

Accidents do and will happen.


Immediately take puppy to the potty area as described below or outside into grass area.

Clean up any accidents immediately and ensure there is no lingering smells or puppy will use this area again and again.

If your puppy has been using newspaper you can place it outside of playpen in an area where you want baby to go
when you let him out to play in a confined room or blocked off area of house. The smell will help the puppy associate
this area with going to the toilet.

Puppy Training Pads or Wee Wee Pads

Another helpful item to use when potty training your new baby are the Wee Wee pads. These are available from a lot of
pet shops and already smell to the puppy like urine. Place one of these where you want puppy to use as the potty place
and the smell from the pads will encourage the puppy to use the pad.

White vinegar is an excellent cleaner to use and is safe on most carpets.

Litter training of your baby Pomeranian-

You can place a very low tray of kitty litter at the entrance to the baby's bed. The first thing the pom baby steps onto
when getting out of the bed is the kitty litter tray. As baby gets older move the litter tray further away.

So these are some tips on how to do this easily and quickly, good luck!