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Old 10-18-2009, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Housebreaking 9 week old pit

I have trying to housebreaking my pit I wanted to start early but he keeps on waking me up several times during te night. Any suggestions ??
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i know it sucks this is what happend to me too with my girl Nahla. She would wake up several times a night to go and pee. Just stick with it and i guarantee in a few weeks to a month he should sleep through the night. The first while will be rough for you but its the price we pay to have a puppy.

did you crate him?
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Old 10-18-2009, 07:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I normal set my clock for 2 or 3 hour wake up calls when their that young kinda like having kids. Let them out to pee (saying go pee or let go) so the word n action go together ... gradually add some time as weeks pass .... it'll get better lol its a puppy ..... just like late night diaper changes ...... enjoy~!
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Yea it's kinda hard to get him in a routine cuz at the moment he stays with my mom. Till we our house in two weeks. I've been thinking about crate and but that's after we move and stuff. But thanks yall
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Mine is 13 weeks and crated. This will help with waking up, if you'll stop giving her water by 8pm or food then just walk her for about 15 minutes before you go to bed it'll slow that down quite a bit. But she does have a small bladder so just be aware of that, she'll wake up. Mine wakes me up at 4am right now.
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Old 10-18-2009, 09:05 PM   #6 (permalink)
 
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Housebreaking is rough but like they said its all worth it. I crate trained my pup and i believe its the best way.
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My puppy actually sleeps in my bed, and the first 2 weeks where the worst.
She peed on my bed twice, and woke up constantly.
Now shes 3 months old, and doesn't wake up most of the time.
I usually wake her up when I do so if I leave she doesnt pee.
She doesn't pee on my bed anymore she learn to get out of my bed and go some place else.
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My puppy actually sleeps in my bed, and the first 2 weeks where the worst.
She peed on my bed twice, and woke up constantly.
Now shes 3 months old, and doesn't wake up most of the time.
I usually wake her up when I do so if I leave she doesnt pee.
She doesn't pee on my bed anymore she learn to get out of my bed and go some place else.
wow that would suck to wake up to a puddle. does she still sleep on your bed?

what deuce does with the alarm clock is also a great thing that way you catch ur pup before they wake up and you teach them that everytime you go to that same spot its time to potty. make sure that when you take him out that its straight to the pee or poop spot and right back into the house. the last thing you want is for your dog to think that he is going out to play. that a whole new can of worms....lol
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Yeah I still let her sleep at my bed, usually doesn't bother me.
The two times she peed on my bed she did it in one of the corners and thats
because she was still very small and afraid to get out and I was deep asleep and didn't notice.
Shes 3 months now and she wants to sleep at her bed more often, most of the time she gets down from my bed and goes to hers and she stays there.
I will eventually wake up at 5 and take her out to pee and poop, like one man that I met in the park does.
His pit bull is very muscular but very friendly, and I will take it from there.
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at night put him in a creat, or put news paper down when [he] or [she] goes to bed





he might go to the bathroom on that


or go in the cage
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