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Old 03-20-2011, 03:15 PM
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Okay, I hope someone can offer some advice. I have a five month old adorable long haired male. He has a kennel with enough room for his water bowl, his pillow and his pee pad. He will go on his potty pad fine, he piddles on his blanket all the time. If there is no blanket he lays on his soiled potty pad and he pees on the floor, people, etc. Yes, I have addressed this with the vet. No bladder infections. I don not like to leave my babies kenneled and I have tried the stay right with them all the time tact tics too. My female does just fine. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. I know they are a stubborn breed. Fit in that way Thank You
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Old 03-20-2011, 04:33 PM
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Get him neutered. It will help.
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Your Brody looks like my lady. Thanks for the reply.. Blessings.
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I agree, neutering will help, if not stop it altogether!
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Some of mine will pee on anything on the floor, too. A towel or their blankets. I am with them almost 24/7, so what I found works is as soon as they start to cock a leg, I verbally correct them and take them outside. It took time, but now if they forget and start to lift their leg, I make a ah oh sound and they run outside to pee. We have a dog door, so that helps, too. I rarely get peeing in the dog room anymore. The only one that still does is my old blind guy, I think sometimes he gets turned around and can't find the door. With him peeing on the blanket in the pen, that must be harder. I would take everything out and get a smaller crate and see if that helps.
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I was going to say what Pam said about reducing the size of his pen. Crate training a dog is only successful if their crates are small enough that they have no room to get away from any messes they make. A crate should be barely larger than the dog, if you're going to use it for the purposes of training. And if that's the case, then you have to be prepared to take the dog out frequently so that they aren't forced to lay around in their waste because they just couldn't hold it long enough to wait for you to give them a potty break.
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