Routine is the most essential aspect of Training. From the beginning, feed 4 times per day, at the same times, and put the bowl up in 5 minutes, or when ended. A puppy will need to go just minutes after intake, so whisk her outside, and stay with her UNTIL SHE 'goes’. Provide her lots of praise when she does her job, play a few minutes, and appear back in... If you can extend down a bag of sand, from a garden middle, it will give her a good place to go, so you can kind of aim her there, and not now all over your yard.. She should only require going poop after eating, and maybe at bedtime... However, she will need water down at all times, and need to pee regularly. So, outside every extra hour for that..and keep a close eye on her. She will need to go through active play, and every time she wake up from a nap..If you watch her, you will see her acting fidgety, and sniffing the floor, etc when she needs to go. At first, peeing may be just a matter of pausing, and uh-oh, there it is. She won't even be alert...So it’s vital to never scold her for peeing...***this is what makes traumatized pups that refuse to pee outside, or try to hide it in the house. As they get scolded for it, and it becomes a traumatic event***... Keep the product, Nature's Miracle, on hand, for moment cleaning of pee spots...or ask your pet supply which enzyme cleaner they advise.. Puppies working only allow them to hold pee for about 1 hour per month of age...so expecting any more is idealistic. A good reason for a playpen or crate at night.. She may hold it through the night, but is likely to need to pee at least once during the night. You can take out the water a pair of hours before bedtime.. By following a routine, and being ever alert for the first few days, you can have her petty well taught in just a couple of weeks..or less I house-train all of my pups before they ever go away my home, and I do it an entire litter at a time..it usually takes about 4-5 days, with very few accidents, before they are asking to be let out.. But, if you fall a little Bell on the door, or a desk bell on the floor, and show her you are humming the bell each time you take her out, she is likely to begin ringing the bell when she needs to go..Just be very watchful, and yet stay relaxed..an accident doesn't mean failure.. Consider, it takes forever to potty train a human baby, and it is so nice that puppies can learn it so much quicker, but they are still acceptable to be babies, and don't deserve to be harassed about the training... If you have important areas to keep clean, just keep her away from those areas awaiting she is a bit older.. I suggest using a soft step-in type harness for the walking and lead training, as it is less scary and stressful. eventually, as trust is developed, you can switch to a collar..but a soft attach takes the fear away from the beginning...Walking stimulates the bowels to move, more so than just putting the dog out..