Attempting to teach your pet to relieve himself in several places is only going to confuse him and make successful housebreaking more difficult.
If you have just gotten your pet and he is young, document all the "firsts" such as visits to the vet, housebreaking, new crates or houses and bringing the pet home for the first time.
Now that you learned that housebreaking puppies is not impossible, remember that it is best to teach your pet about other rules of the house before they become a nuisance.
Housebreaking puppies may seem like an insurmountable task, but your new additions will quickly become part of the family with a little patience and a lot of perseverance.
When using a crate during housebreaking, be sure to line the bottom of the crate with towels or newspapers to absorb accidents.
When housebreaking a dog, it is critical to catch the dog in the act of voiding and correct the action then and there.
You don't have to worry about housebreaking once you have shown them where the box is and allowed them to explore it.
Dogs also have sensitive stomachs, so making sudden changes in their diets can set your housebreaking efforts back.
It will help both of you in the housebreaking stages since the younger the puppy the more often he has to go out.
Crate training has a varied success rate, so it's not the ideal solution to housebreaking for every dog.