House-Breaking Your Golden Retriever Puppy


Simba of Liberty Run. Thanks, Rob for sharing the picture! Those puppy-dog eyes are too cute!

We begin the process of House-Breaking Your Golden Retriever Puppy for you. As a result, most families report their new puppies are house broken in less than three days. Because our puppies never had the opportunity to make a “mistake” indoors, it’s very easy for you to take one of our puppies home and house-break him (or her!).

When you visit, we’ll show you how we do it.

Some breeders tout their puppies are “raised in their loving home”. If you think about it, their puppies poopie and peepee in their houses whenever they feel the urge to “go”.  By the time you get one, it’s already conditioned to going potty inside a house.  Unfortunately, “house-breaking” is teaching a puppy how to “hold it”  indoors. Good luck teaching a puppy who is already conditioned to go at-will inside how to “hold it” in your home. You’re going to spend most of your time un-doing all the harm caused by the conditioning already imprinted on their puppies.  Not to mention the puppy’s a little mad at you ’cause you’re not letting it do its business when and where it wants to.

A popular question we get is, “plastic or wire crates?”  Liberty Run recommends plastic kennels because they’re very easy to clean.  If you must go the wire route, we recommend putting a blanket over it.

From time-to-time we do have Golden Retriever Puppies for sale.  When you purchase a puppy from us, we review the house-breaking process and provide written instructions detailing what to do at home.  Plus we’re available as a resource the entire life of your puppy.

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