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Old 01-10-2013, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I will do anything to get the GDS puppy housebroken

I have a GDS female unfixed GDS puppy we had her since dec 31st 2012 and she steal isn't housebroken my bro mostly takes her out but after taking her out she poos on the floor we take her back out right after she does it and no luck does any one else have any ideas on getting her housebroken?
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Old 01-10-2013, 10:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You've only had your pup for a couple weeks, and house training takes TIME. Take her out very often and watch to make sure she does her business and give LOTS of praise. You must be very patient. Keep her on a very timed feeding schedule and no water or food a couple hours before bed. You will have to get up at night and take her out too.
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I have a GDS female unfixed GDS puppy we had her since dec 31st 2012 and she steal isn't housebroken my bro mostly takes her out but after taking her out she poos on the floor we take her back out right after she does it and no luck does any one else have any ideas on getting her housebroken?
You have had her less than two weeks and she is a puppy. Even with the best potty training methods most pups take longer than two weeks.
First make sure you use a properly sized crate when she can't be watched.
Take her out every hour, in addition to when she is done eating, and when she first wakes up,
Walk her on a leash to the same area every time. Don't carry her there.
I like using a bell hanging on the door knob , hanging at your pups nose level. Tap it as you are going by. In a very short time she will hit it with her nose or paw when she wants to go out.
Never scold her if she has an accident. Accidents are your fault not the pups. If you catch her in the act try to scoop her up and take her to the same spot you normally walk her to. Clean up the accident later.
Keep her potty area outside cleaned up. Like people dogs don't like dirty toilet areas.
When she goes where she is suppose to outside throw a party with lots of praise.

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My kid has a pup too and it never pottys in its crate. Hers was born on 10/31/12 and we do paper and potty pads, darn thing is so smart for a dog!
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fool proof method:
2 crates next to each other.
place puppy in crate #1
when the puppy makes a mess,
"grumble" and put puppy into crate #2
"grumble" as you clean crate #1
put puppy back into crate #1
"grumble" as you clean crate #2
leave the room
come back in 10 minutes...
if crate is clean, praise puppy and let it outside to play.
if crate is dirty repeat....

if you do this for a week, your puppy will be crate trained.

many times we manage to train puppies to poop in their crates without even knowing.
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You have had her less than two weeks and she is a puppy. Even with the best potty training methods most pups take longer than two weeks.
First make sure you use a properly sized crate when she can't be watched.
Take her out every hour, in addition to when she is done eating, and when she first wakes up,
Walk her on a leash to the same area every time. Don't carry her there.
I like using a bell hanging on the door knob , hanging at your pups nose level. Tap it as you are going by. In a very short time she will hit it with her nose or paw when she wants to go out.
Never scold her if she has an accident. Accidents are your fault not the pups. If you catch her in the act try to scoop her up and take her to the same spot you normally walk her to. Clean up the accident later.
Keep her potty area outside cleaned up. Like people dogs don't like dirty toilet areas.
When she goes where she is suppose to outside throw a party with lots of praise.
i got her to pee outside twice today when my bro wasn't here and i praised her allot for both i find it weird that she'll go for me 50% of the time and for him 25% of the time and he takes her out more and shes his dog hmm and i started taking her out every 1 of every 5 times he takes her out i can up it and she has never pooed on the floor in my watch but when my bro her owner has her she poos right in front off him maybe she don't like males she is about 11 weeks now i think
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It could be he simply does not have the patience to wait for her to do her business, and manage her properly. It is not rocket science but it requires patience and consistency-that is all.
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