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Old 02-11-2014, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Potty Training... Pls help.

My pup just turned 6wks old today. (: She's doing amazing so far... But potty training seems to be hard.

Right now I feed her every 4hrs , 4x a day. And I then take her outside 30mins after but she only goes pee...

When I take her out I have a bell by the door that I hit her paw with everytime and tell her lets go potty Zoey...

I'm trying to figure out how often I should be taking her out, right now I take her out every 1hr-2hr and if anyone else has any tips that worked for them fast & easy.?

I know she's still too young to be potty trained or know when to tell me she has to go potty. And it seems she has more accidents at night when in sleeping... Anyone have tricks or tips? I would appreciate....


Btw sorry to anyone I made mad yesterday I just felt like I was disrespected but I'm over it and hope y'all are too!
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Potty Training... Pls help.

Not really over it because you refused to answer any questions asked of you. What was your beef? What got your panties bunched so fast?

At that age I took my dog out every time he moved lol then every half hour then every hour. By 10 weeks he was telling me when he had to go out.

There are some stickies in the puppy and the training forums. Have you searched through them at all for some tips? You may find some other ideas as well. If you don't know where or how to find the stickies let me know and I will direct you to them.

I would concentrate in bite inhibition and socialization once your dog gets vaccinated. Dogs removed from their litters too early as my dog and your dog were have way more life long term behavioral issues to deal with.

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Old 02-11-2014, 04:24 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'd do every 30 minutes with a pup that young. The bells are a good idea. I never made my.dog.ring them with their paw I just rang them and put a markwr.work with them. Works for us quick. They bump them with their noses now. Does she sleep in a crate? The crate may be too big for her.

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She's now sleeping 30min-1hr during the day so I take her out once she wakes up. But she's had a few accidents which I just let them slip because she is still too young to really understand the concept.

At night she won't sleep in her crate. She literally whines all night! So most the time I let her sleep with me in my bed and take her out every 2hrs...

Biting is a real big issue now... She bites my hands, toes, clothes anything! So I usually flick her nose and tell her no bite!

When I leave the house I put her in the crate. I'm not here so the shinning doesn't bother me. But I take her outside before I leave and as soon as I get home I take her outside .
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She's a pup, too young for any serious training.

What will hinder training is yelling and screaming when she makes a mistake. (Not saying you do)
If she does, simply give her a displeased look and say "bad." Then put her in crate.

END THE BABYING! If she whines, ignore it. If you respond, she'll know whining gets her what she wants.
Many make their dogs worse by doing this, and it can lead to problems.

Many like a cute little pup in bed with them, but what about a full grown dog?
They must know who the master is, and it starts by making rules and sticking to them.
She is teething, so get her a toy to put her mouth on. It isn't out of aggression.
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The crate should only be big enough for the dog to stand up and turn around. Thy should not be able to pee on one side as lay on the other. Dogs shouldn't go where they can't lay. Agree it's early for a huge amount of training. Use a plastic bin or box to cinch up space. I she is whining at night try to relocate the crate. Cover it with a blanket put it against a wall. Put it in the middle of the room. Put a radio or tv on. Many things to help get them used to it. But remember puppies sleep with their litters so again early removal could play a factor.

Feed your dog in their crate. Play crate games. Let them know it's a good place and never use it for punishment.


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My pup just turned 6wks old today. (: She's doing amazing so far... But potty training seems to be hard.

Right now I feed her every 4hrs , 4x a day. And I then take her outside 30mins after but she only goes pee...

When I take her out I have a bell by the door that I hit her paw with everytime and tell her lets go potty Zoey...

I'm trying to figure out how often I should be taking her out, right now I take her out every 1hr-2hr and if anyone else has any tips that worked for them fast & easy.?

I know she's still too young to be potty trained or know when to tell me she has to go potty. And it seems she has more accidents at night when in sleeping... Anyone have tricks or tips? I would appreciate....


Btw sorry to anyone I made mad yesterday I just felt like I was disrespected but I'm over it and hope y'all are too!
Great advise posted here for you to try.. I gotta say though it takes a big person to move forward and still wish to learn. It shows true desire and for that I applaud you.
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Puppies are a lot of work and takes ALOT of patience ! Training them is the hardest or raising them to be the way you want them to be .
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Old 02-11-2014, 09:58 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Ammo was about 6 weeks when we got him. Bite inhibition was the biggest to teach first along side potty training. Like mentioned there are lots.of threads on both. Bite inhibition was hard for us. The oupoy.just didn't get it. You just have to be consistent. Don't hit. Don't scream at her. Be firm and consistent.

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How long did it take til he/she was potty trained along with the biting inhibiton? I'm trying to have her trained by 12-16wks! Maybe biting sooner.
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Bite took a long time. My husband would let him play bite so that interfered. Potty training took him probably 8 to 10 weeks to start getting it. He consistently had to go out every 30 minutes like clockwork for that time or he'd just walk around the house and pee while he was playing. After that it was easier.

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Yeah I just am working on biting in the face, ears & hands right now along with potty training after that I'll start working on other things. One step at a time... Lol


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Yeah I just am working on biting in the face, ears & hands right now along with potty training after that I'll start working on other things. One step at a time... Lol


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what are you doing to work on it? I am only asking since you said this is your first dog. What have you researched so far? or have you looked at the stickies on it here?
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I agree every 30 minutes, plus when they wake up, after meals, after play. You will start to notice signs of her looking to go potty. That's when you have to make your move. When she bites say "no" sternly then offer a alternate item to bite. I found when my girl was biting it was due mostly to teething. I purchased a pack of kids socks never physically touching them so they didn't have my scent you can use gloves. Stuff one of the socks with the others, tie off, wet it and freeze it. Place it in an area where it won't hurt anything like the crate. She can chew on it similar to a teething ring it numbs the gums. Worked wonders for my girl.
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