As you bring your new puppy home, one of the first things that you will want to do is train your dog to go where you want him to. The good news is that the Tibetan Terrier is one of the best dogs to train because they are very intelligent and willing to please you. The bad news is that they often take a bit extra time learning housebreaking to a full level. Yet, you can absolutely benefit from working with your dog carefully and with skill as they will ultimately provide you with the best results this way. Determine which is the best way to house train your dog. Two methods that are most likely to be successful with this dog is crate training and paper training. In either method, it will be very important to be consistent with that procedure. Use it daily and be sure to do the same thing every day so that your puppy will catch on with what you want him to do. When your Tibetan Terrier does what you want him to do, reward him with affection. This breed of dog is a passionate pleaser of his owner and therefore will benefit from working with you like this. It is considered appropriate to reward your dog with affection, but not necessarily food. One of the worst things that you can do when your pet does not do what you want him to, such as has an accident, is to yell at him or to hit him. This negative reaction from you will not react with him. He will instead learn to associate you as being a mean person rather than learning that his action is incorrect. One of the best ways to react to poor behavior with the Tibetan Terrier is to calmly and quietly without looking your dog in the eye clean it up. Do not react with words or actions. Then, avoid the dog and do not give him any attention. Later, when he does the correct behavior, reward him with affection. While it will take practice and time to work up to a consistent behavior, it will work. It is also helpful to have a specific location for him to go. If you want him to urinate in the back part of your yard, walk the puppy out to that spot and encourage him to go. Reward good behavior. This helps the dog to associate the spot with "going" and will soon become a habit for him. The Tibetan Terrier is likely to need positive encouragement to learn to be housebroken, but through practice, and a bit of time, he will pick up on what you want him to learn. It also helps if you are working on obedience training with the dog at the same time.