Playpens can help keep a puppy contained while you are at work, but because small puppies have tiny bladders they are still likely to pee in their playpen.
If you have a puppy, and need to work then you may want to hire a dog sitter or take him to a doggy day care for the first 6 to 9 months o his life.
Where can I leave my puppy while at work?
First, crate train your puppy, and second, arrange for regular toilet breaks at appropriate intervals. Before leaving for work, play with your pup and take them out for a potty break. When they go, give the usual praise and reward. Then pop your pup into the crate with a safe chew toy.
How long can a puppy be left alone during the day?
The general consensus for leaving a puppy alone during the day is one hour for every month, a two-month-old puppy will rarely be capable of holding his bladder for more than two hours, a three-month-old for three…etc.
Are puppy playpens good idea?
The Benefits of a Puppy Playpen. New puppies are full of mischievous energy, and their endless curiosity means they get their little noses into everything. That’s how they learn but it’s also how they get into trouble! An expandable dog pen can be a great help.
Can I have a puppy and work full time?
Raising a puppy when you work full time is possible, but it requires commitment and the chances are you are going to need some help. Puppies don’t stay puppies for long. Puppies need companionship, frequent meals and potty training. Raising a puppy while working can be done, but you need to do it right.
How do you housebreak a puppy in 5 days?
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Can I leave my 2 month old puppy alone?
Leaving your dog alone for that long at two months is not recommended. You should only leave your dog alone for their age in months * 1 hour (2 months = 2 hours). Once they are full grown, you should avoid leaving them alone for more than eight hours.