You may absolutely call me Deb! What shall I call you?
I think you might be Canadian as you mentioned Saskatchewan. An Intro thread would be great as we enjoy the countdown to Puppy Eve! It's like Christmas Eve, except you'll be waiting for your puppy instead of Santa to arrive the next day.
Any enzymatic cleaner will be good. I'm sure once your puppy is finally home, and you are able to see after a day or two, exactly how much control, or lack thereof, he has, you'll figure out what YOU need to do to avoid accidents. By 12 weeks, as long as everyone in my house was quick acting and paying attention 100% of the time, Oliver was "virtually" house trained. The fact is that we were house trained and able to put Oliver out quickly enough for him to be successful.
My older son was the first one to manage to have Oliver do "big" business outside, and it was cold! He often didn't want to stay out long enough to complete the mission. That was still easier though than dealing with Henry's Giardia. The poor pup had diarrhea for 3 months and one can't possibly train with that issue. However, as soon as his tummy was better, he was house trained.
As far as waiting until 10 weeks, I'm not sure if that will help with the bowel control as much as the urinary control, or length of time between when the pup has to eliminate. It is less about control in the very early weeks, and more about routine.
I also had an easier time training my Golden Retriever (in 1987), as she was literally under the Christmas tree as a gift from my parents. My Lab, who came 3 years later arrived in June (like Henry) and was much slower to train. The cold is your friend.
As you said, we're here and happy to help. I know you'll have tons of questions in the first few weeks and months as you and Teddy go through your changes. By the end of the first year, your dog will be well house trained and some of your things will likely be chewed, but then you have a "dog's lifetime" of love and happiness to enjoy together. Too many people either expect too much too soon and they give up too easily, or they become plain lazy. It's so worth it in the end as both of my dogs sleep in on the weekends now and I don't have to worry about accidents.