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Old 01-24-2013, 05:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Amazon has one you screw into the wall and the dog rings the bell part. They also have Christmas bell types you hang on the door knob.
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:28 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Harvey s doing well with his toilet training, not 100% there but going really well!

One thing we have noticed is he squats too pee, doesn't raise his legs, and pees on his paws.. He is still relatively young, 4'months.

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Before long, he'll be hiking his leg, and you'll probably wish he was still squatting. I've had males of other breeds which took about 6 months or better.
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Marley still semi squats but lifts one back paw just up enough so it's off the grass. He doesn't hike his leg up. I think the hiking of the leg thing is partly learned/mimicked and partly to do with how old they are when they're neutered.
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:37 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I had a non-neutered poodle that never raised his leg.
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I had a non-neutered poodle that never raised his leg.
Really? It must be a learned behavior then. I've never seen an un-neutered male not hike his leg. My aunt's dog is a little poodle mix, and he got neutered when he was about 1 or 2. We're not really sure of his exact age, because he was a rescue from a shelter. But, Frodo always hikes and marks, even if he's drawing blanks. It has to be a learned behavior then. Kinda like humping. My cat, Caleb, is neutered, has 0 testosterone in his body. But, he has a stuffed teddy bear, his "tough love teddy" that he humps and then abuses. It's strange, but funny.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:58 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Personaly I never train a dog to pee or poop inside at all, after all if a pad is at the back door and he or she is praised for going there then why should they ever go in the garden.... In there eyes.

Start outside, every 5 mins, and bin the pads




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Any updates on this? how did you get on?


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Hello Cobyboyo!!

All the info in the blog/post helped me a great deal. took the advice as soon as i got him and hes been great outside since, one or two accidents but i think that its been amazing progress! 90% of toilet is outside and like people have said he is cocking his leg, every 5 minutes!! hahah

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