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house training - 03/25/2005
we have had our puppy for 3 weeks he is fine in the house through the day but always dirties in the kitchen at night is there anything we can do to stop this




Replied - 03/25/2005
we have had our puppy for 3 weeks he is fine in the house through the day but always dirties in the kitchen at night is there anything we can do to stop this




Replied - 01/18/2006
crate him at night. The entire kitchen gives him plenty of room to poop over there, and sleep over here. puppies will not poop where they sleep (at least not more that 2 or 3 times when they learn how unpleasant that is). Crating is not cruel, it is similar to a den. Keep a blanket and some toys in there to keep him occupied. Make sure there is literally only enough room in there for him to turn around and lay down (you may have to block off the back half of the kennel or buy one that comes with a kennel devider). another thing is that puppies poop after they play. so, if he's playing in your kitchen, running around, he will need to poop. if he's in a crate, he can't run. the only other option is to stay up with him all night every night until he's 6 months old or so.




Replied - 01/28/2006
we have had our 11 week old pup for 2 weeks and he is 99.9% house trained and has been since about the first 3 days for pooing and the peeing is almost 100% there.


We took advice from our son's Barber who said to get a small crate for now and he will be clean in no time.

We bought the small crate (terrier size) and in he went at night with a blanket and a few toys, for the first 3 nights there was pooh but by the fourth he had stopped doing anything.

2 weeks now since we got him and he is clean and dry every night and has only slipped up peeing in the house maybe once a day but he does go to the door so we may have missed the prompt, so far today he hasn't (fingers crossed)peed inside at all and pooh is a thing of the past, we are so impressed with him.



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