House training a puppy can take time and patience, but there are a few tips that may help:
Establish a routine: Take the puppy out to potty at the same times each day, after meals, and after playtime.
Use a designated potty area: Choose a specific outdoor area for the puppy to use the bathroom, and take them there consistently.
Supervision: Keep an eye on the puppy and when you can’t, confine them to a crate or puppy-proofed room.
Reinforcement: Praise and reward the puppy each time they go potty outside.
Accidents happen: If the puppy has an accident inside, clean it thoroughly to remove the scent, but avoid scolding or punishing the puppy.
Consistency and patience are key to house training a puppy, and it may take several weeks to a few months to fully train them. If you continue to have difficulty, consider consulting a professional dog trainer or behaviorist.