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Old 06-25-2010, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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At what age should I get signs to go out?

Hi All,

I know there are signs like sniffing the floor alot, going around in circles and things like that. Here is my issue.

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Sasha is 9 months now, for the most part we got housetraining down early and it was fairly simple. She is crated and will wait a long time to go. I have usually been taking her out to pee 3-4 times a day to be safe but sometimes 3 is good.

When we are home she is out of the crate and she holds it well. Yesterday it was too hot so I let her sleep outside of the crate anywhere she wanted too, ended up sleeping with me half of the night and then moved to my brothers bed I guess.

In the AM I usually take her out at 7am but I guess this time since she wasn't crated she decided to go around 6am downstairs...

My old dog(pit) used to cry and stay right next to the door and even hit it with her paws until we let her out... Sasha hasn't done this once....

When I work from home I can't be by her all day so I'm afraid she won't tell me if she needs to go and it's not time for me to take her out yet....Which is why if I think I won't be able to take her out within a set time i crate her for like 30 minutes while I finish up work stuff.


Sorry for the long post.

oh, in the crate she goes crazy if she needs to go out. Enough to wake me up at 3:30am!
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Old 06-25-2010, 02:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It really depends on the dog. because she is used to be crated during that time she isn't quite understanding what is expected and may have even been a little stressed. I like them to be in my room so i can here them if they get up because not all mine will bark to go out. My oldest will just sit and stair at the door. You may want to think about doing bell training. hang bells on the door and have the dog learn to ring them to go out if she isn't a barker.
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It really depends on the dog. because she is used to be crated during that time she isn't quite understanding what is expected and may have even been a little stressed. I like them to be in my room so i can here them if they get up because not all mine will bark to go out. My oldest will just sit and stair at the door. You may want to think about doing bell training. hang bells on the door and have the dog learn to ring them to go out if she isn't a barker.
Thx! Good info...

right now our door's on the rooms don't stay closed(Don't ask)

Once we move she can sleep in my room and maybe she will give some more signs, she always does do it near the door, so she might be doing something I don't see.
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It varied for different dogs I've had.Some would whine,some would look at the door and wag their tail.
Pretty Girl will start following me around the house acting like a spazz when she needs to go out.She has never once whined or went to the door to let me know she had to go out.
It was actually quite challenging figuring out that that was her way to let me know,seeing as how she follows me around anyways.
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