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Name: mypupsage | Date: Aug 25th, 2011 5:30 PM
we have an 11 week gsp and we creat train her and when she needs to go to the bathroom she waits at the door.never goes inside.she has done this since 8 weeks. good luck! and btw puppy pads are a bad idea.it convinces the dog to pee and poo on fabricated surfaces 

Name: Sally | Date: Sep 6th, 2011 3:27 PM
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Name: SNEG | Date: Oct 11th, 2011 7:38 PM

Name: Rob Queen | Date: Oct 14th, 2011 7:53 PM

Name: westben | Date: Jan 19th, 2012 10:55 PM
lindalu...I have been reading all your posts and I really think you have a lot of great advice...I just got a puppy and he is a rescue so I do not know how old he is but I live in MN and it is slap-you-in-the-face cold outside so at night he will not got potty outside...should I get a pad and let him go inside? 

Name: sim | Date: Jan 27th, 2012 11:19 PM
what is P - O - I when used in the context of a poodle pup? 

Name: joe | Date: Feb 4th, 2012 11:48 PM
hello just wondering if any one knew just brought a 13 week old staffordshire bull terrier isit better for me to get him the chop or leave them ? 

Name: abi | Date: Apr 6th, 2012 6:33 PM
I am having the same issue with my 11 week old shih tzu. He is going on regular walks but still goes inside. If you are going out put her on her pad straight away when you get home. Also reward her with a doggie treat or a cuddle when she does go on her pad.
Good luck with the pup! 

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Name: Princess | Date: Nov 15th, 2012 3:04 PM
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Name: AlexiSmiles | Date: Dec 17th, 2012 11:57 PM
She'll get it in time. Keep reinforcing her postitively when she goes to the bathroom outside. Give her a treat when she goes. If she goes inside, don't get mad at her! She doesn't know it's wrong. Don't rub her nose in it. Instead, if you can catch her in the act, psychically lift her and take her outside. She'll eventually get the message. Labradoodles are very smart, beautiful dogs. I'm happy for you that you got on! 

Name: rangosmommy | Date: Dec 18th, 2012 6:32 AM
I have a 5 month old rottweiler puppy and i am trying to teach him to slow down his eating. I give him a bowl of food and in seconds he's devoured the entire bowl. He does the same with treats, and eats our other 3 dogs food. Any advice on how to teach him to slow down? 

Name: rangosmommy | Date: Dec 18th, 2012 6:40 AM
I need advice. I have a 5 month old rotti puppy who will not slow down when he is eating. i give him a bowl full of food and within seconds, that entire bowl is gone! he eats my other 3 dogs food and acts like its going to be his last meal! help! 

Name: MrsMastiff421 | Date: Jan 20th, 2013 9:42 PM
Well you can TRY crating her or walk her around the yard and let her sniff around 

Name: teresatorres | Date: Feb 11th, 2013 4:57 PM
im getting a puppy today and really need to know how to potty train her, we have named her nena, and i dont know how to get started, please help! 

Name: Dominique | Date: Mar 10th, 2013 7:10 PM
How do you house train a 7 week old puppy. And get her to sleep in her cage without winning. 

Name: JOANN | Date: Oct 16th, 2013 10:42 PM
I have a new little chihuahua mix puppy that is 6 months old. He is afraid of his shadow and is so scared when I take him outside he won't use the bathroom but just runs straight back to the door. So it's making it hard to take him out to potty train. Any suggestions 

Name: ProblemPup | Date: Oct 22nd, 2013 11:49 PM
Hi my puppy keeps dislocating her right knee. has done it four times now. the vet said she may require surgery when she is fully grown however she is 6 months old and just wants to play. is there anything in the meantime I can do to help her knee? Is there dog strapping available or a brace? 

Name: wolf girl | Date: Oct 23rd, 2013 3:18 PM
well if it is a puppy ,then you would want to start training it at this early stage or they will not learn when they are older. See i am a country girl and i have had a total of five dogs in my life and i have one right now. He is brindle like a tiger and i never have trained him before.He automatically follows me around wherever i go and when i'm done driving my monte carlo car arond the fields, he's always there when i open my doors. 

Name: KittenandPuppyGirl | Date: Nov 11th, 2013 3:56 AM
I have a new puppy. My boyfriend and I just got an apartment not to long ago and we got a puppy and we also have a kitten.
She isn't doing very good with potty training. She will poop and pee all over our place. But she won't poop outside, she only pees. She is very stubborn. She is a German Shepherd. Any advice? 

Name: Brandi | Date: Dec 26th, 2013 6:02 AM
Hey there, I have a mother bulldog mix who was doing very well with her litter of puppies, but now has been showing some warning signs. She growled at one of them yesterday who came near her bone, and while a couple of her puppies seem HUGE, one of them (the last one born, out of the sack) is very small and thin. I haven't seen her feed them in days, but she's in her own room and she gets up to see me whenever I check on her so I'm not sure if she's rejecting them. How can I help? 

Name: tired&confused | Date: Apr 27th, 2014 6:45 AM
We just adopted a boxer mix 4 month old today. We got her at our local pet supply store, PetSmart. She will not use the bathroom outside. I've stayed outside with her & nothing. She used the bathroom on the kitchen floor though. We figured at bedtime We wouldn't have a problem crating her because she was in a crate at the pet store. Not so, she barked, whined, & howled. Went to ck on her & she used the bathroom in her crate. Had to get her out to clean it up. Put her back in & she pottied again. Gave up for the night cause I was afraid she would eventually lay in it & she was just spayed Tuesday & scared her incision would get infected & not to mention we still have to wait a few days to bathe her. Help! How do I fix this? 

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