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The best way is to let them go out more often than they need rather that keep them hanging on. So after they wake, before they go to sleep, after each meal, after each playtime etc.. praise like mad when they do go.. They then learn whats expected and when..

You do have to realise that just like human children puppy muscles have to get strong enough to be able to 'hold it' and that might take a little bit longer.

I have to say Murphy was trained at 8 weeks when we got him and never had a accident in the house.. But we used the schedule as described so we didnt set him up to fail.
 
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