Re: Signs to go Potty
mychance is right, if you want him to stop biting you when he wants to go out, don't take him out when he bites you, that way he won't keep doing it. These dogs are smart, if biting you makes you take him out, he's going to keep doing it.
What you could is what I do:
Everytime they eat or drink, 20-30 minutes they go potty( or they hold it, or they let me know when) When they wake up from being asleep, they go potty. Excessive sniffing is a great indicator of needing to go.
Once the dog is out there, say "Go ---" (whatever word you use, potty, busy, whatever) That way, when they are inside, they associate that word with that action. As this progresses, you can ask the dog "You need to go ---" and the dog should tilt is head, which for mine means they have to go.
Zeus "Zeusy" - GSD 2 year old DOB 3-19-08
Baby - Cat 5 years old
Rhett - Cat 4 years old
Max, Champ, and Apollo waiting at the bridge.
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