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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-09-2013, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Don't rub it in guys. LOL! Remember.....my pup is a hound mix, not a shepherd. He is smart, but not in a shepherd kind of way. He would EAT those bells. Hounds eat EVERYTHING!

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I've had my 7 month guy two months crate training. Take him out within his schedule he's usually pretty good. Had him in the living room last week and caught him as he started to pee out of nowhere and took him straight outside lol. He had peed a half hour before outside. Not housebroken yet obviously.
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On the bright side, I do think my pup has figured out that carpet is NOT grass. LOL!

He never has poo accidents and "rarely" has a pee accident, but....just one accident and we are back to square one. Two weeks accident free. One accident. Day 4 no accidents.

All, in all, I feel pretty lucky he is doing so well. We are getting there.

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