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Old 06-09-2015, 06:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Pottytrain help and my dog wont bark

My dog will really not bark unless he hears something unusual outside the house or he. Is playing with my other puppy ive hear pits are more stubborn to train but i had him sitting at 8 weeks he will stare at me and then pee and then cower and run. He pees inside most of the time and it makes me mad i yell at him ive hit him with a flyswatter a papertowel roll and newspapers he doesnt whine or anything he just lays down and takes it. He sometimes will run while peeing and that means a lot of mopping. Hes almost 5 months now and im starting to get super stressed. He also loves people a little too much. I got him around people a lot so he wouldnt hurt kids or others but he like will try to run to everyone. Then he knows sit and full sentences hes super smart but he only sits half the time ive left him outside for 5 hours before because he comes in and pisses or poops again and then its back outside nothing is working with this beauty and hes driving me insane. I love him to death and couldnt get rid of him any tips?
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Old 06-09-2015, 07:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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The first step would be to quit hitting your dog. It sounds to me like a lot of fear peeing or submissive peeing.
When an accident occurs, you take the dog calmly outside and wait until he pees outside. Then praise him. Then go inside and clean up.
Make sure you have a set feeding schedule and enough time to have him outside at least 30-45 minutes after eating. Watch him. Always praise when he potties outside. In time he will see that happy things happen when he makes deposits outside instead of inside.
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Old 06-09-2015, 08:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
 

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Ive tried to take him just outside you say no take him outside and show him where the other dogs pee....im not ignorant i know that you should take him outside and do that i tried that last month ive literally tried everything i could think of, ive never had a dog so stubborn
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I give him treats when he comes in from peeing or pooping outside and congratulate him while hes going potty. I take him out 15 to 20 minutes after he eats and drinks because of hes going by then. He has literally been outside for 30 mins then come inside and pee 5 minutes within being inside
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Hitting your dog and getting mad is never going to help...Go outside with him, and don't come back in until he has gone. If he refuses to go just put him in his crate for a half hour, then try again.
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Skip the no, unless you actually catch him in the act. Say it firm, but don't yell it.
SCHEDULE potty breaks. Start out every 30 minutes and slowly increase time between potty breaks. if he has an accident, start over. High praise while going potty outside. treating while coming in is just telling him good boy for coming in the door. So it's pointless. Be prepared to spend a lot of time outside. While he's inside, don't leave him unattended. Crate him, or leash him to you. So you can see when he starts sniffing around for a place to go.
I don't think your ignorant at all. I think you are frustrated. Read and absorb the advice we are giving. Take a deep breath. He is still a puppy. It'll take time and patience. But he will get it eventually.
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Crates are juwt as bad as hitting them though. Theyre still something that will scare them i rather hit him with objects that just make a loud noise then put them in a spot where they will think youre abandoning them. Hes scared of the dark and its not like i hit him hard with stuff. I know you can make dogs handshy so i neber use my hands.
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Old 06-09-2015, 10:05 PM   #8 (permalink)
 

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Ive had puppies hes the toughest one. I will do the leash idea. But he wont look around he just pees randomnly. Ill start taking the treats outside indtead thanks for.ypur advice gave me a new idea for him but hes not that hard to catch doing it hes pissed right next to my head when i was laying down before i thought he was just walking over me nope he stopped did a half squat and pissed
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You should take him to a vet if he is randomly peeing. Have them test for a UTI.
Crates are not bad. I have crates for both dogs. It is for their safety and they are happy to go in them. My dogs can't get into things they aren't supposed to, mess in the house, or get at the cats or each other when I am not around. They enjoy their peaceful time. Dogs are den animals. Don't use it as a punishment. Take the time to teach him it's a safe place.
Striking your animal is only teaching it to fear you. That will result in submissive peeing and fear peeing. This is why we are telling you not to hit.
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I agree, a crate should be a safe haven for your dog not a place of punishment. I drape an old blanket over the crate except for the front to make it den like as possible. When I say "kennel up" both of my dogs happily go into their crates and stay there with the doors open. OP, don't think of crates as a bad thing.

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How is puting a dog in a crate for a short period of time worst than hitting your dog? Nothing is worst than hitting and screaming at your dog, it teaches them nothing! Most people teach their dogs that their crate is NOT a bad place. Most dogs will not pee in their crate, so it is a good place to hold him until you are ready to take him outside again (if he wouldn't go outside when you had him out there). Every pup I've had only had accidents in the house if they were not taken outside soon enough, making it the humans fault. If you do everything right you should not be having accidents to deal with. If you still think you are doing everything correctly, then you need to make a trip to the vet!
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