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Old 02-24-2013, 09:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone, I'm new here and have an 7 month old beagle named Snoopy. I got him when he was 7 weeks and he is such a joy. I wanted to ask if anyone has any advice about potty training. He has gotten much better but will still occasionally piddle on the floor without warning within 30 minutes of piddling outside. I know he can hold it because he sleeps through the night and has since we brought him home. I have had his urine tested for bacteria and crystals and neither are present. I would be grateful for any advice. Also would like to post his picture on my profile but don't see how.
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Old 02-24-2013, 11:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If you search on house breaking you will find lots of threads on it.
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Just keep doing what you're doing. Some puppies just take a bit longer to get the whole going outside thing down. Puppies bladders aren't in full control until they're about 6-8 months old, so just give it a bit more time. Just make sure to give him lots of praise and treats when he goes outside and start saying something like "go potty" when you let him out and saying something like "good potty" when he goes outside, that way he'll begin to associate going to the bathroom with just the inside, not the outside. It's perfectly normal for him to still have a few accidents inside at that age.
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You can post pictures by clicking on 'reply' at the bottom of page you will see camera symbol, click that,add pic ten post it by pressing enter on keyboard. Or if you have photos already, click on landscape symbol!
I'm having same issues with my pup,Odie, he is 9mths old, doesn't wee in his cage at night, but will still do it sometimes indoors, for example, he would be asleep in his basket or on my lap and he would wee while he is asleep! Or he will be playing with us with his toys then he would start to go to for a wee but would almost look shocked as to what he has done. I've spoken to my vet,who said she doesn't think it's a urine/bladder infection as its been that way since we got him home (9weeks old), she thinks it is a behaviour problem (I don't agree at all!!). This doesn't happen often,maybe couple of times a month.

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I just sing the "potty song" ! Trains them every time


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My dog wasn't consistent with peeing outside until about 10 months. When it rains she seems to get amnesia and will come in and pee
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:42 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Thanks everyone for your words of wisdom, we will keep at it and hopefully potty training will be behind us soon.


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Hello all, I am Tyler and i am new to this dog forum. I have recently join this beautiful community to get in touch with information related to pets like dog.
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