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when did everyone's chi start communicating the need to go outside to potty. unless we take bella outside, if she has to go, she just goes wherever she is... how do we get her to want to go outside and let us know?
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when did everyone's chi start communicating the need to go outside to potty. unless we take bella outside, if she has to go, she just goes wherever she is... how do we get her to want to go outside and let us know?
Joey started alerting me when he was about her age, so it could be coming soon... Paco and Bartholomew had him to learn from, so they started doing it much sooner... but it did take Joey a little while on his own, having no one too look up to, so hang in there!

Do you always take her out the same door to go outside?
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Yes we always take her out the same door to go outside, we make it a very repetitive routine, and even reward her with treats when she goes potty. It's like she isn't learning that you have to go out the door, and outside for potty. If we don't taker her every hour or so, she'll just go wherever she happens to be at the time.
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Have you caught her going and made a loud noise (I usually slap my hands together and firmly say NO!) then immediately take her outside? It's VERY important to catch and correct ANY accidents to let her know what you don't want in addition to what you do. If so, then it may just take a little more time, as it did with Joey. All of a sudden, he just started walking over to the stairs and staring down them and it was like it just clicked. It was a very good feeling. I'm sure she'll catch on pretty soon...
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Toilet training a puppy demands a fair bit of time and vigilance. Puppies will want to toilet upon waking, about half an hour after meals, and after a period of indoor play. Knowing this, you can pay more attention to the pup at these times and watch for signs that it is preparing to relieve itself.
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We need a ninja for peanut! he hides behind things to pee and he does get out all the time even goes on walks with the big dogs to see if seeing them doing it outside makes him want to try but he waits till hes inside on newspaper/books/letters/paper hes 15 n a 1/2 weeks and was never let outside until the day i got him, and always kept on the flat, so we are now trying to learn stairs and kirbs.

Woman had like 10 adult dogs and toileted them all indoors thats something i dont agree with!
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