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Old 07-09-2013, 12:44 AM
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eerrrrrrr, really getting mad about this All 3 are regressing in the housebreaking. Mia is over a year and Vito and Enzo are 9 months, we were doing really good and the last 2 days out of control. I would say that maybe if it was just 1 it may be a health issue but it's all 3.... what do I do now ...start at square 1??????????????? any suggestions to make this turn around?
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:48 AM
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We've had that issue a few times. The girls will do super well with using their pee pads for awhile and then all the sudden we get a bunch of accidents in a row. I think once one of them makes a mistake they both think it's Ok. When that happens I go back to square one and make sure to watch them like a hark or restrict them to a confine d space worth a puppy pad near by. It usually just takes a reminder like that and they get the hint to use the pads.
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:49 AM
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Start back at square one of training where they are confined unless in your site. Taking them to go potty after eating, sleeping, and playing. Make sure to clean with a good enzymatic cleaner like Natures Miracle.
Jaxx went through a regression when he was around 9 months but it didn't last long after I went back to basics.
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I am going through this with the boys right now. They were doing so well. Now they don't even seen to want to go outside for potty. Unsure what happened. I know I've limited vaders walks because he wears himself out way too fast and then gets sick. Plus all the storms and rain ...mine hate wet paws. It is frustrating for sure.

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Old 07-09-2013, 03:36 AM
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The rain was a set back, it rained her for almost 2 weeks would try to get them out between storms but they didn't like it hopefully I can turn them around quickly
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The rain was a set back, it rained her for almost 2 weeks would try to get them out between storms but they didn't like it hopefully I can turn them around quickly
I get mine out between storms too but it seems like they want nothing to do with the damp ground. Its frustrating for sure.

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