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Old 01-13-2013, 09:31 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Mine's signal was to look at you(whether you were looking at her or not) and if you didn't catch this, there was a river. Mine peed a lot too, it wasn't little piddles, it was rivers. Medically she was fine and at about 7 months something clicked because she never looked back. She did change her signal, now she paws me once for pee and I get two paws for poop...I think that is awesome and I never taught her that. She doesn't use it often because they are a schedule, but sometimes you just gotta go Just be patient, get a vet check, and keep up the routine
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Mine's signal was to look at you(whether you were looking at her or not) and if you didn't catch this, there was a river. Mine peed a lot too, it wasn't little piddles, it was rivers. Medically she was fine and at about 7 months something clicked because she never looked back. She did change her signal, now she paws me once for pee and I get two paws for poop...I think that is awesome and I never taught her that. She doesn't use it often because they are a schedule, but sometimes you just gotta go Just be patient, get a vet check, and keep up the routine
Ah yes -the 'look at you' signal. We had to use a cowbell attached to the door handle and teach Bear to nudge it with his nose because us silly humans didnt get canine subtlety.

Bear was a Newf, so he did everything Big. Lol
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:01 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm thinking about putting a doggy door to the yard and hopefully that might do the trick. Ill just keep at what I'm doing with him and hopefully he will get it eventually.
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