Dog Lovers Anonymous: Potty Training Part 1

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24 comments on “Dog Lovers Anonymous: Potty Training Part 1

  1. you helped me train my little boy yoeekie he is doing much better he now
    knows his potty spot he dosen’t oee and poop in the house and on beds and
    chouchs he has changed his behavior

  2. Hopefully im not to late to teach my puppy a potty training.. he’s been 2
    weeks in my house and he still potty all over my house.. ­čÖü

  3. I have 2 eight week old Boston Terriers that I bred. We own the mother.
    This is our first litter and I’m finding it difficult to potty train two at
    once. Should I take them out separately or together. I’m not new to dogs
    but this has been a challenge. They go every time I take them out but we
    still have lots of accidents. Any ideas?

  4. i like dogs but remember as cesar milan said ” they only live for the
    moment” they are not humans that get sentimental . unlike a lot of people
    growing up w/ disney characters where animals are exactly like humans
    except for their outer skin. a lot of people esp in america think like
    that. be kind to animals always but they dont think like humans . i hope u
    people understand that.´╗┐

  5. We have a 13 week old yorkie male. Potty training isn’t going good. We
    have read everything. We had him for 3 weeks. We just bought a play pen 2
    days ago and a crate 2 weeks ago. He can hold his pee when he’s in the
    crate for 6 hours+. But when he’s out of the crate, it’s a free for all
    around the house and in his play pen. He does not control where, when or
    how often he pees when he’s out of the crate. I take him out the same door,
    go to the same spot. We have been trying to get him use to ringing a bell
    when he has to go out. We have him on a food/water schedule, 3 times a day.
    We are getting discouraged and losing hope. He does not let us know he has
    to go out. What are we doing wrong, what can we do, any tips?´╗┐

  6. One more thought..I jave been told they need to be 16 week before they
    really comprehend potty training. I read to put pee pads down in his play
    pen. But we do take him out when we caught him peeing. We read to cover
    floor with pee pads and then gradually take them away. You stated in your
    second training video not to use pee pad. Confused on both method.´╗┐

  7. hi my dog I just got him and he doesnt wine when he wants to go out I live
    in apartment but he still doesnt telll me I heard him bark once. ´╗┐

  8. I adopted a 6 month old Yorkie Poo last week. He constantly pees and poops
    in the house even after I take him outside. He usually doesn’t go pee. I
    try to wait about 15 minutes. I’m getting very frustrated.What should I do
    when he pees in the house? ´╗┐

  9. Thank u for the info…I got a new puppy and I’ll take her outside with my
    out dog and let them stay out for up to 30-40 min and ass soon as I bring
    her in she pees and poops…I’m getting soooo frustrated. I put her in the
    cage when she does and now she’s starting to pee n poop in the cage too.
    Grrrrrrr ´╗┐

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  11. We have adopted a brother and sister. They are about 9 weeks old. Any
    suggestions, they constantly interrupt each others business. We also
    kennel them together, is this okay?´╗┐

  12. We have a 12 week old doberman. EXTEMELY HYPER always distracted. Never
    lets us know when she wants to go out. I will walk her for an hour but
    when a piece paper flys by, she is distracted and doesn’t go. She sniffs
    the entire time but nothing. She does pee but pooping hardly ever. But 10
    minutes after we get back in the house she goes on the steps (go figure).
    We crate her and she pees in the crate. We have the bells, which she
    loves to kick when we leash her and take to the door, but she does not kick
    them on her own. We want to get another doberman in about 2 month (I want
    her to have company when we are not around) but if we can’t potty train
    this one, what is going to happen when we get another one? Please help.´╗┐

  13. hey hey! Have you heard about – Carwyn Turbo Potty Training (search on
    google)? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my friend got cool
    results with it. ´╗┐

  14. HI, I am planning to get a puppy after christmas, so trying to learn all i
    can before i get the puppy. I have a fenced in yard, is it ok to just let
    the puppy to go where it wants, or should i use a leash and take it to a
    specific area?´╗┐

  15. Crazy glue a large butt-plug in place and the doggy will quit having to go
    to the bathroom all the time!´╗┐

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