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Old 04-20-2016, 03:35 PM
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I'm armed and dangerous now, I have bought dried sprats and a clicker lol. I'm consistent with taking him outside but he still doing accidents so he is obviously not understanding me so a click treat and praise is the way forward. Xx
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Old 04-20-2016, 04:29 PM
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Either that or he's trained you to give him a treat or else xxxx
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Old 04-20-2016, 05:57 PM
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Haha he definitely has me trained in fact he has everyone wrapped round his little paw xx
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Old 04-20-2016, 07:19 PM
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'Armed and Dangerous' lol lol ..... love this Jules lol
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Old 04-20-2016, 08:04 PM
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Haha I need as much help as I can get with him, he has me figured out down to the last molecule. He is now doing tiny dribbles of wee on his pee pad and outside in the hope of a tiny piece of dried sprat. Xx
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Haha I need as much help as I can get with him, he has me figured out down to the last molecule. He is now doing tiny dribbles of wee on his pee pad and outside in the hope of a tiny piece of dried sprat. Xx
Case of "I'll show her" lol lol
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I dont believe they can be fully pee trained until around 4 - 6 months old. They're just too young for good bladder control and will continue to have accidents. Its up to us to get them outside or to the desired location as soon as they wake up, and after each meal and immediately after a play time. When they're quite young like Archie every hour even is not over kill. You'll work out how often he pees and know when he needs to be shown where to pee. We need to set them up so as they can succeed in house training, and that means consistently taking them outside so they can pee.
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Old 04-21-2016, 07:12 AM
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I dont believe they can be fully pee trained until around 4 - 6 months old. They're just too young for good bladder control and will continue to have accidents. Its up to us to get them outside or to the desired location as soon as they wake up, and after each meal and immediately after a play time. When they're quite young like Archie every hour even is not over kill. You'll work out how often he pees and know when he needs to be shown where to pee. We need to set them up so as they can succeed in house training, and that means consistently taking them outside so they can pee.
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Old 04-21-2016, 09:26 AM
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I know, I've never told Archie off for any accidents, I just lift him straight outside and tell him no, outside. Xx
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I wouldn't use treats for housebreaking. It can be distracting for puppies. I use profuse praise and a play session as potty reward. Shadow, who is three months old now, is reliable, will run to the door when he has to go, and will go when I tell him to "go pee". They do still have accidents, but always at the door or en route. Solid concept, not so solid bladder.
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