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Old 04-02-2012, 07:05 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Welcome! What's his name? How old is he now? Just as an FYI, Gotti is a bloodline (although I use that term loosely) while blue and red are colors. OFRN was a bloodline which produced re nosed dogs, but most red nosed dogs are not OFRN in lineage. Confused yet?
Did you get a ped on your pup? That will tell you what bloodlines he is from. The rest is just color mumbo jumbo many not so knowledgeable breeders will use to sell pups.
I would highly recommend getting him into a puppy training class
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Old 04-02-2012, 01:45 PM   #47 (permalink)
 
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Ive had my pup about 2 weeks now. Am trying to teach him his name, wee wee pad training and the word 'NO'... he's not responsive to his name but only really to kissing sounds which I would really like to get him out of.... he's learning slowly where to use the bathroom although he is way better behaved with that when his sitter is around (I dont want to be leaving him so young for long hours while i work)... he has no grasp on the word no however.. if i point or try and use a hand gesture he thinks i'm trying to play and tries to run around and wrestle with my arm. since he's so small he tends not to look up to follow my voice so i'm bending down so that he can see AND hear me.
i'm leaving it up to the fact that he's only really young and with time this will get better... but any suggestions or constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated!
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Ive had my pup about 2 weeks now. Am trying to teach him his name, wee wee pad training and the word 'NO'... he's not responsive to his name but only really to kissing sounds which I would really like to get him out of.... he's learning slowly where to use the bathroom although he is way better behaved with that when his sitter is around (I dont want to be leaving him so young for long hours while i work)... he has no grasp on the word no however.. if i point or try and use a hand gesture he thinks i'm trying to play and tries to run around and wrestle with my arm. since he's so small he tends not to look up to follow my voice so i'm bending down so that he can see AND hear me.
i'm leaving it up to the fact that he's only really young and with time this will get better... but any suggestions or constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated!
I'm going through the same exact thing with my 8 week old puppy.
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:21 PM   #49 (permalink)
 
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If this is true, where can I find an Albert Einstein puppy that can do tricks before his basic motor functions are developed?
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:38 PM   #50 (permalink)
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Lol its not about having an Albert Einstein dog its just about how much time the breeder really spends on training. I can honestly say every litter I have raise in the house all my pups by 8 weeks were puppy pad trained. when you make it fun for them and work with them all at once and treat the pup that is doing good all will eventually follow to get that treat. It is so much easier sometimes to train more then one at a time especially when you have a good example for the pups. I also had the best momma dog ever as she would take her pups to the pup pad if they went to squat somewhere they weren't supposed to LOL. now all the basic commands I haven't done but the chewing and potty training usually were nipped when the pups left me.

This vid is awesome btw this is when you know dogs are messed with constantly as pups.

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That video is so cool... If only that would work on me too!
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:13 PM   #53 (permalink)
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very good words for anybody considering a puppy. Am I allowed to cross post this to other places? And what reference or who do I give credit to? (I will recheck the OP to make sure) Thanks.
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need help housetraining

hi there my daughter has adopted an 8 week old brundle pitbull puppy and were new to this . we take the dog outside to go sometimes she does but most times she don't go until she comes back inside . we have the pads placed inside where she has usually gone but it seems like she just goes somewhere else . honestly im getting frustrated and would love some advice, thanks
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