|10-10-2013 10:31 AM|
They have them in the pet department at Wal-Mart.
Lisl either sits and stares at me when she wants out, or she'll go ring the bells.
She sits there as if to say, "You know why I'm here, now lets go outside"
|10-10-2013 10:13 AM|
|Juno's mom||This is a helpful thread. My 14 week old girl is at that same place. She is good about going outside, and she doesn't soil her crate, but i don't know how to help her tell me she has to go out. When my 3 daughters come home from school it gets chaotic, and she always walks off and pees in another room because I am distracted? All day I take her out every 30-45 minutes. I read about putting bells on the doorknob and ringing it every time we go out, and if she accidentally rings it, to take her out immediately. I have to go look for some big holiday jingle bells. Maybe this would help?!|
|10-09-2013 11:00 PM|
|vicky2200||Keep doing what you are doing. When letting her out (non emergency) have her sit at the door or wherever you want her to sit to tell you. It may help.|
|10-09-2013 10:33 PM|
|cdlamb43||My girl is doing the same thing. When we take her outside she goes no problem but then sometimes she will just pee right in the middle of the floor and loom at me. I try to startle her if I catch her in the act but she just finishes anyways. The weird thing is she doesn't poop inside only pee. Any ideas?|
|10-05-2013 09:08 PM|
|AugustGSD||Mine would walk in circles and sniff the ground (he's so not original) when he needed to go. You really just have to keep an eye on them and learn their signals. I don't think there is an age for training this, some get it sooner than others.|
|10-05-2013 11:23 AM|
|llombardo||I am in the process of house training my golden. We got the not going in the crate thing down pat. I just thought thus morning that something will click and he will start asking to go outside. He is smart and I know it will happen, in the mean time I'm trying my best to avoid accidents in the house. I moved their water bowl outside now too.|
|10-05-2013 11:13 AM|
|Castlemaid||Probably just a puppy thing. There will be accidents - sound like you are doing the right things, she'll get it along the way.|
|10-04-2013 06:29 PM|
Thanks so much! That makes me feel better. At least now I don't think its "me" doing something wrong :-)
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|10-04-2013 05:56 PM|
|My5dogs||My female golden retriever was the same way. I took her out every 20 mins she did her business took her back in and 2 mins later she went again. Then one day out if the blue she just stopped. She was the hardest to train. But they get it. I think some dogs bladders just work better and some do not at those ages lol. Good luck it will stop.|
|10-04-2013 05:56 PM|
|mbussinger166||My GSD puppy is 15 weeks now and will sit at the door and bark when he needs to go outside. I did not teach him to do this. I just watched him very close in the first couple weeks of getting him and when I thought he needed to go outside I would walk him to the door and tell him to sit and say "Potty Outside" then I would take him out. He got the hints over a span of a couple weeks and now he associates sitting at the door as meaning "I have to go outside". He will now sit at the door and if I don't get up right away or if I'm in the next room he will bark.|
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