A Typical Routine For Your Labradoodle`s DayAfter removing your Australian Labradoodle from its crate in the morning, carry the puppy outside and give it the “go potty” command. It can help to walk around with the puppy to make sure that it actually goes to the bathroom. We will have already started taking puppies out in the grass at Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles’ and giving them the “go potty” command, so this should not be new to them.
Feed your new Australian Labradoodle puppy with the recommended food (see Feeding Instructions for Your New Australian Labradoodle Puppy) and fresh water. Remove the food from the puppy after 30 minutes.
Again, take you puppy outside to “go potty”. The puppy will need to go out about 30 to 40 minutes after eating.
If you are going to be leaving, confine your puppy in a small space, such as a laundry room, kitchen or crate. In this space they should have clean bedding and a litter box in case of emergencies.
If you are home with your puppy you can confine him to a crate at this time for a nap and take him outside to “go potty” in 30 minutes. Continue taking your new Australian Labradoodle puppy out every 30 minutes for the best results. This will help to prevent accidents in the house.
Puppies need plenty of playtimes, but remember they do get tired and need to take naps as well. These naps should happen in the puppies crate or the confined area that is designated for the puppy.
When you return home from being gone, take your puppy out of their confined area or crate and again go outside to “go potty”. Feed the puppy again and offer him more fresh water.
The puppy will need to go outside again 30 minutes after eating. Don’t forget to consistently use the “go potty” language.
Finally, take your Australian Labradoodle puppy outside to “go potty” one more time before you go to bed. After they have gone to the bathroom, place your puppy in its crate for the night.