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Old 07-02-2012, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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I'm currently potty training my 3 month old, Dakota. He's doing well with pooping outside and going to the door to let me know to let him out, but not when he has to pee. For most part he'll poop and pee at the same time when outside, but lately he hasn't been giving me any warning he has to pee. He'll just be walking and then squat and pee, no warning, nothing. I've been picking him up mid-pee and putting him out side and saying "go potty", and praising after he goes potty outside. but I dont know if it's helping? I feel like I havent really seen progroess with the peeing.

Are there any other tricks to potty training?
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I'm having the same problem she was going so good she is 11 weeks



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We have two puppies. My 11 week old Trouble is doing great with crate training. He will wait until I get home. On the other hand we have a 13 week old girl, Bue, and she keeps peeing in her crate. We've shrunk the crate size and he praises her when you goes outside & gives her treats. But for some reason she just won't stop in the crate.
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Let him out and let him out often! I let my pups outside to pee every 20 mins or so, after they wake up, eat, drink, or play are also times to go potty. You can't correct if you don't catch it in the act.
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