seriously? punishing an 11 wk old? Yowza...
Forget obedience training - she is a baby and you are getting too far ahead of yourself. Readjust your entire attitude about her - instead of finding flaws and wondering why she isn't doing this or that....build and develop her to be the dog you wish her to be. Don't compare yourself to others - she is who she is and it is up to you to bring out the best in her.
Socialize her - take her places. Why bother to 'socialize' and I want photos/videos of puppies/dogs.....
Bond with her - spend stress free happy time together. Short off leash hikes, walks, playing two ball, tugging, feeding her breakfast one kibble at a time, car rides, meeting your friends/family, taking her to stores for socialization when she has her shots, parks, enrolling in an obedience class and so on.
Please read these links.
Intro to Clicker Training (perfect for puppies!)
Teaching a trick is the least important part of teaching tricks
Proper Exercise for puppies
Some dogs have trouble potty training or more commonly...the potty training is lacking
Be consistent, fair, patient, and encouraging. Realize that she is ELEVEN WEEKS old and is a baby puppy. She has a small bladder and cannot physically hold it for many hours. She is not doing this to spite you - she is going because she biologically has an urge to urinate or defecate and she does not know what is expected of her yet.
Potty training tips:
-Wake up, let out of crate, immediately go outside, and wait for pee/poop. Reward when she goes, don't play or engage her in any way while you are waiting for her to go, just walk in circles till she does, and then go back inside.
-Feed breakfast, wait 5-10 mins, and take outside. Wait 30-40 mins, take out again.
-After playing, take her out. If she stops playing and walks away during play, take her out.
-Learn to recognize the signs: sniffing the ground, walking in circles, running around frantically all of a sudden, whining, staring at you, sitting by the door, suddenly disappearing or walking far away from you...know your dog's signs and immediately take them out when you notice.
-If there is an accident or you see her going, immediately scoop her up and take her outside to finish. Praise and reward.
-Learn to recognize her "need to go" whine or bark when in the crate and immediately take her out.
-Clean messes with a good enzymatic cleaner in order to rid the area of any smell so she is not tempted to go in the same spot again.
If your eyes are not on her, she needs to be tethered to you, or in a crate. If she has an accident, and you don't see it, it's your
fault for not managing her better. Pay more attention next time - punishing is not the answer. You will harm the bond between the two of you and create conflict with the pup if you start to correct or punish her at a young age. This conflict will make training and bonding with the pup difficult - creates issues later on that you don't want.