Tip #3 – Establish Personal Space For Your Pet
You should pick a suitable place for your pet in your homestead before bringing it in. A yard is the best but even in the yard you need to find a quiet convenient spot. Dogs prefer secluded areas so that people will not intrude too much. So try to avoid places close to the street or even the side walk.A few dogs find it difficult to do their business in an environment with too many distractions, such as other dogs, people or nearby traffic.
If these or similar factors are a concern around your home, training your dog to use a pad or litter box may be a viable alternative. The key is to plan ahead and have everything in place when you first introduce the animal to her new home. The site should be away from high-traffic areas and should also not be close to where you intend for her to sleep.