We had two litters born mid February. All males! No females available.
Photos of past puppies!
I believe it is very important for potty training to start with the breeder to make an easier transition for a puppy to their new home. At around 3-4 weeks I move the puppies to a special play house that has three rooms – one for sleeping, one for potty and one for play and eating. When puppies first wake up or right after they eat they naturally feel the need to eliminate which is why the potty paper is placed in the center of the two rooms right outside the bedded area. This teaches the puppy that there is a place to sleep, eat, play and potty and will make for an easier transition to outside potty training with a crate or using a litter box. Puppies raised in cages where there is no separation have a more difficult time understanding this concept because they are able to eliminate where ever they choose. Pictured below is our puppy play house.