housebreaking

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housebreaking

Criminal law the act of entering a building as a trespasser for an unlawful purpose. Assimilated with burglary, 1968
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The most effective way to housetrain a dog/puppy is to limit its responsibility.
If you have a balcony, you can put your canine litter box there, and housetrain just as you would if you were taking your dog outside.
Introduced in May 2000, secondnature is a safe, effective and easy-to-use system to housetrain puppies and small dogs up to 35 pounds.