First thing you need to do is become aware of the signs and signals that will clue you in on when your dog needs the toilet. For example when your dog begins circling and squatting in a particular area or pacing and smelling in a particular area.
Now here is what you have to do:
Get em out fast!
If you are lucky you can catch your puppy right before they do their business on your floor. Before he does, scoop him up quickly and say “outside” and then quickly run outside with him.
Master the commands.
Like I mentioned before most times the signs will be clear. When the puppy circles for a while then stops, your puppy is about to squat and poop. As he begins to poop or pee, say “Go Potty”. Make sure you do not shout and startle your pet but you do need to say the command to him firmly. Then of course, after he’s finished, you should praise him.
Just like every training method the most important aspect is the patience of the trainer. Don’t scold your dog if he goes to the toilet in your home, takes time and treat your dog well!