Adult dogs are likely to be housebroken, leash-trained and socialized.
He is crate-trained, entirely housebroken, wonderful on leash and great in the car.
They don't need to be housebroken, as they instinctively know to use a litter box.
The animals are housebroken, trained to respond to hand and voice obedience commands.
He is housebroken, crate-trained and knows some basic commands, and is good with children and other dogs.
She is housebroken and has received all necessary shots and vaccinations and has been spayed.
Word Origin and History for housebroken
1820, "to break into a house criminally;" see house (n.) + break (v.). Perhaps a back-formation from housebreaker, attested from mid-14c. Sense of "to train a domestic animal to be clean in the house" is from 1881. Related: Housebreaking; housebroken.