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Old 12-13-2007, 01:29 PM   #1
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Question Any sign for wee??

I am glad that I had found this web site. I have learned a lot from here. Thank you everyone for your warm encouragement and especially all the knowledge you share with me.

Bang gu has almost learned peeing and pooing outside garden. However, sometimes it is not easy.., especially this weather.
We still feed her 4 times a day, as she is still 13 1/2 weeks old, and every sigle time we go outside garden with her for her business. Sometimes, she does her business, so we all relax and watching TV. And, 20 minutes later, she just wee on the rug...
But, I believe she knows she's got to go out for a wee, but never knows how to tell us.. How can I teach her making a noise or barking, if she wants for a wee?

90% of times, she is very good, as we never give her a chance to wee inside. Sometimes, we took her out every half an hour..

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Old 12-13-2007, 01:38 PM   #2
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Ahhh glad to hear you are making such good progress with Bang Gu! It sounds like you are almost there!
If you want to teach her to let you know that she needs to go out, you might try teaching her to ring a bell. I've actually done it and it works. There are step by step instructions here
But this will only work well if Bang Gu understands that she is supposed to go outside and not inside. Maybe you can keep an eye on her. Usually they will sniff around the floor a 'certain special way' and if you can recognize it and take her outdoors that might help a lot.
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Old 12-13-2007, 02:06 PM   #3
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Hello and glad to hear things are progressing for your pet and you. You maybe do not wait long enough for her to wee.? Usually mine go wee first then hunt special spots for number two.!!? Geesss I have hung tons of bells from the Dollar Store, my dogs have found it very necessary now to annoy me hitting them not to go out but hear the jingles. I have them on every door knob here including bedrooms. They were only a dollar a piece and am going to buy more and they mess with them and will not last till summer, but dogs pick up on this training, follow skunks link to training to finish. It does take a tad bit of time to truly have a totally trained pup or dog. Patience is the key and just keeping a close eye. clean with a citrus orange cleaner, as it kills odor and removes stains really good so they should not go same place or maybe ever again. It has a refreshing smell, I get it in spray and pour bottles. Soon as she eats, ten minutes or less take her out and wait till she goes wee. Waiting seems to be the main key to finish the potty training and make sure they know to go to the same door u exit always. Try and go to same area also. It makes it much quicker and easier for training a dog rather than confuse by going out different door to different areas.

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