Well I'm having a little trouble on the potty training and has made a couple mistakes in the house.. Is it too late? Can I still teach him? Like he twice on the grass which is good!
The problem is he is too small, and he can't hold it for long, so he soils his crate at night... And he's been barking non stop I've only had one hour of sleep because I put him in his crate a bit far away from me... It seems as almost impossible to be in the crate when I am not around..
I think the problem is that he can't visually see me, he feels as I'm his mother, taken from his mother at a young age I'm the replacement..
Since he doesn't like his crate, and I have to go to college.. I plan on letting him free In the back, with just a bowl of water. It's not closed but it's an isolated house, there is a house keeper also, I can tell him to make sure nothing bad happens but I won't let anyone but myself feed him.
Like now I am saying a couple of commands, but I am not taking nothing serious, I think after a week or two when he gets well acquainted I start with better training. But like he always follows me and walks behind me, when he follows me I tap my thigh and say hail, when he gets up and comes to me I say come so maybe that's good mental training? What do y'all think?