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Old 11-03-2013, 09:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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help! potty training 6 months and half potty trained

Ok my girl is around 6 months old am bully. she ia crate trained wont piss or shit in there but she keepa peeing or pooping in side right I bring her out. She knows she not spose to I call her name and she kno she did wrong. She is very hard headed one most stubborn female iv had. Iv tryed positive trainning and punishment, puppy pads idk what to do to get her stop. Will she grow out of it? Help I want her to be good inside. I never had this much trouble house breaking a pup before.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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When you let her out of the crate, leash her and bring her immediately outside. Don't come back inside until she goes potty. Once she goes then she can play for a little inside. if she ever goes in the house after going outside, if you catch her in the act clap your hands really loud and say "Aaaaaatttt!" Or whatever correction word you pick. And then send her outside and wait till she finishes going. Hope this helps!
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Old 11-03-2013, 09:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Thanks! Ill give it a try. itthard when you got room mates that tend not let her out giving bad habbits! Too. She is sneaky about it to she will sneak of ill notice but I dont think my other roomates pay to kuch attention.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Who's dog is it? I would tell them to leave my dog alone if they not helping you out with bathroom. What other things are they ignoring? It's hard for a dog to take different directions from different people.


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Old 11-11-2013, 09:49 AM   #5 (permalink)
 

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I almost have the same prob with mine.
She is 6 months also and after every meal (2 per day) i take her out for a walk.
In the beggining she wasnt doing anything and when we returned she run at her pad to do her job.
A friend of mine suggested me that when she does her job outside give her a treat or praise her but never never end the walk when she is done cuz she will understand that "when i poo or pee outside the walk ends"
Mine now doesnt poo in her pad only pee cuz they are young and they cant hold for so long as adult dogs.
Hope i helped a little
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Old 11-21-2013, 03:04 PM   #6 (permalink)
 

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I too, have a pit and am having a hard time potty training him. He sometimes goes out and when I let him back in he sneaks off to do his business. He scratches at the door, barks and won't stop til I let him in and then he sometimes goes in the house. Am I not keeping him outside long enough?

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Old 11-22-2013, 06:22 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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I had that same issue with our girl. I live with other people as well and trying to train her was a nightmare! What I had to do was train the people first, so my girl wasn't constantly confused (that was a huge help!!). Then when it was time for her to go out we'd stay out for 10 minutes and if she didn't go by then she went in her crate for 5 then back out.. I just repeated it until she'd finally go, give her a treat lots of loves and she
Got to go back to playing instead of her create!! So that clicked immediately in her brain. One other thing I did was I had her on a leash 24/7 if she was out of her crate that way there was no more sneaking off to do her business and by doing that I also learned her body language of needing to go out! Once we decided she was good with no leash accidents are very rare and FAR in between an other. If she has them now we don't get mad at her because it's usually our fault for not taking her out soon enough either!


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Old 11-23-2013, 02:41 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Xena was very hard to housebreak. She would go in her crate, pee right in front of me with no warning, just walking around doing her thing no sniffing, no nothing just squat right there. I would take her in the backyard on a leash and stand with her until she went, and right before or as she was squatting I would say "go potty" and then when she did I would say "good girl" and give her a treat when she was done. It just took time and patience, you have to be more stubborn than they are.

I also had roommates, the only one I could depend on to let her out was my boyfriend and since he wasn't working at the time I had it easy with that.
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Old 12-03-2013, 02:57 PM   #9 (permalink)
 

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I completely solved the problem with "toilet".
A friend of mine that is also a dog trainer told me to close the access of the place tha pads were and to go every 8 hours (as my dog is 7 months now) but every day the same hour for a walk with the dog.
It works fine for me 5 days now,and Moca hasnt pee or poop inside the house plus she is more relaxed inside the house cuz she gets tired.
A tip my friend told me is to give her a treat that she has never taste again and give this treat only for peeing and pooping outside.(i use bacon in pieces)
Hope i help again
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Old 12-03-2013, 04:37 PM   #10 (permalink)
 
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Diesel was a little shit and used to pee on my bed. It just takes time and patience. Set a schedule. We always go out in the morning, then afternoon, evening, and then right before bed. When he was younger if he was on a leash, and we were walking out the door, he would sometimes pee on our way out the door, I think he associated leash with Potty


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Schedule (on food and on walks) is the keyword in my opinion on training a dog to pee and poop outside the house
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Our dogs have a specific bed time at night and are let out to potty every morning at the same time. We kennel at night and they get a bed time milk bone everytime. This has actually helped us a lot potty trained. We have no accidents in the house. Very blessed.

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