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Old 10-15-2019, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 3-week potty training our Beagle seems fail

Hi all,

I really love your help. We are new owner of 3.5month puppy, she is playful, full of energy and passion. This is the first time we own a dog so... we have been prepared mentally. We got her with us for 3 weeks.

1st week - Yeah, its a new lifestyle and adaption so we got it
2nd week - Getting better, at least no poo inside her crate, but pee, yes
3rd week - Getting better, no poo, accident pee inside the house, but we accepted it

starting 3 days ago, she started pooing inside the crate 3 times. Before she was holding poo but I felt like she just let it go now. And the last 2 weeks, she pooed 30min-60min after eating. But not now.

We bring her out quite often, teach her "Go poo" "Go Pee", so we gave her opportunities. But I just felt like she's getting worse, I get frustrated at work, and home and starting believing she won't get it.

Any pawrents out there can share with us.

Love & Peace from Saigon, Vietnam.
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Old 10-15-2019, 07:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Beagles do tend to take longer with potty training for some reason. Be sure to take her out after naps, playing, eating and chewing. My beagles pretty much poo minutes after they eat. You can do a search on this site for past topics about house breaking and potty training.
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Old 10-15-2019, 12:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Welcome. Potty training is frustrating, I know. PATIENCE AND CONSISTENCY is important. Sorry to tell you but it took my puppy 10 months to be fully potty trained and I was home and worked hard to watch her. Keep your dog in a restricted area in your house until you get this controlled. Take your dog out on a leash.
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Old 10-15-2019, 03:40 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Yes it does take time. Cassie and Molly's Mom are correct. I think I got lucky with mine but I was very diligent with her. She was confined to the kitchen and taken out every hour and like Molly's Mom said after all those other things as well. Just really keep at it and try to get her on a regular schedule, eating, playing, potty, walks etc. She really is still a baby and even human babies are in diapers a couple years. lol
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