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Old 04-04-2008, 10:33 PM   #11
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i am so glad you posted this because ive been told to "spank" my dog when she pottys in the house. Supposedly eventually she will learn to poop where i want her to but i believe positive reinforsemnet is more of a common sense thing (psychologically anyways) thanks!

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Glad you found us! My potty train success it need time and patience. "Spank" your dog!!! Hahahhaha. They are so sweet, please don't do that
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I wish I found this before I made my post (sorry to add a post for an already answered question)

Great information!
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I have a 7 month morkie. Max only goes potty when he is on a walk. We have had him for almost 5 weeks now. He was fixed 4 weeks ago.

He's been to the vet and is healthy. I have taken him outside to the spot then back to the crate, then back to the spot, so on and so on for hours with no results.

He gets plenty of exercise outside everyday. He doesn't have accidents in his crate. He will have accidents in the house if you don't take him for a walk. But that results in 5-6 fifteen to twenty min walks a day. We don't raise our voices at him or stick his nose in poo.

That brings me to today. I decided to stick to the "we're going potty in the spot" and not on the walk. He ate dinner at 6pm. He has been on a leash right next to me since then. I have taken him outside to the spot every time he was sniffing in circles and one time when he started to go. No luck. Now I've put him to bed for the night without a walk or going potty and it's 2am. I'm so frustrated, I could cry.

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Old 11-21-2012, 07:49 AM   #15
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Hi Trainthetrainer and welcome aboard to Df This is a old thread so why not repost your post in a new thread! How ever I will try and answer your question. Why I think you now have problem it's because you have changed your pup's routine! Personaly I can't see a problem taking your dog for a walk and he goes on his walk to potty this is good unless you aren't going to take him for any more walks! So I would go back to your original routine Why change something if it's not broke? Go figure! Good luck
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Sort of off topic.. but as a new person to the forum,

Having all of the threads in one place is a HUGE help. I am not sure why you keep asking for new threads BigBoy, but since potty training dogs is probably not a pet owner technique that has advanced a lot in the last 10 years.. why not keep it all in one place? Having 20 potty training threads just clogs the board and makes it harder for people to find the info. You also have 20 threads that all basically say the same thing.

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Sort of off topic.. but as a new person to the forum,

Having all of the threads in one place is a HUGE help. I am not sure why you keep asking for new threads BigBoy, but since potty training dogs is probably not a pet owner technique that has advanced a lot in the last 10 years.. why not keep it all in one place? Having 20 potty training threads just clogs the board and makes it harder for people to find the info. You also have 20 threads that all basically say the same thing.
I know where you are coming from! But there could be totaly different reasons why a dog is having trouble with pottying it may be a illness or something else that is causing the problem on the other side of things you could end up with a very large thread!!!!
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