Sounds like you're doing a great job! 3 of mine are pad trained and Mojo goes outside. He was a rescue and already a leg - lifter when we adopted him so out he goes! We live in a 3 story townhouse so taking 4 out at once on leads would be so hard for us! But once we build our new home, I'd like to outdoor train them.I am crate training her yes, and using puppy pads and fake grass tray so indoor training I was thinking about putting her fake grass outside once she starts using it every time so she gets the idea of going outside. The only reason I didn't do out door training straight away is because she is so tiny only weighs 0.75 at 10 weeks and its freezing and she only had her second vaccination yesterday so I wanted to wait till she was fully vaccinated and abut bigger before I put her out.
I've introduced her to her collar, lead and clothes so that she is used to it for when we do go on walks.
Do your doggies use crates? Xxxx
Thank you!! Oh I miss those puppy days! She will probably learn how to go up thrm first and then eventually down the stairs! Mojo is our special chi, he's amazing, it's like he really appreciates everything we do for him!Ah that's good, your so loving getting a rescue dog! All four of them are absolutely amazing, post some more pics of them on this post I also live in a 3 storey townhouse but Millie can't manage the stairs yet so I have to carry her up bless her. She slept all threw the night last night for the first time I feel so proud of her and its the first time I've managed to get a good nights sleep! So where are you guys from? We live in England xxx
Maybe try using a gel or paste that you can squeeze a bit in your finger and let her lick it off. If you plan on using a toothbrush start with a baby brush that is nice and soft. There are also dental chews and toys you can use too. My dog Ava loves to chew on toys, so I bought her a few dental toys which I like to add our favorite tooth gel and coconut oil to. There are pics of the toy in a dental health thread I have on here.