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    Default Training Demi

    mmm it seems alot of people on here are more interested in grammar and spelling being right
    very picky people when u ask for some advice and yes i have a few problems with grammar at the moment as i have had a stroke.
    quite a few posts have made me feel very sad to be treated like i have
    dont think i will be coming back to this forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo and demi View Post
    mmm it seems alot of people on here are more interested in grammar and spelling being right
    very picky people when u ask for some advice and yes i have a few problems with grammar at the moment as i have had a stroke.
    quite a few posts have made me feel very sad to be treated like i have
    dont think i will be coming back to this forum
    Anne...the questions asked of you regarding crate training were not out of line. You always have the option to ignore people if you don't like what they are saying. Some people on this forum get annoyed with incorrect grammar.

    I find it destressing to know you are crating your tiny puppy for 1 hour here and there. I gave you good advice regarding HOW to do it properly...because I KNOW how it is supposed to be done! You asked how to stop your puppy from soiling the crate...simple...don't lock puppy in there!

    Dogs get house trained in time by themselves...it is us humans who want it to happen pronto...which is not gonna happen.

    For your puppy's sake...educate yourself in how to crate train...how to house train properly etc.
    Last edited by Cleasanta; 12-21-2009 at 08:25 AM.

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    Default demi

    i wasnt having ago at u love
    no i dont crate her all the time.
    the door is left open so she can wonder in and out.
    ive bought a puppy playpen and she seems to of made that her den and goes in and out to sleep by herself.
    i was sent a email from a doggie training forum about crating thats why i was asking advice
    in the email it says to lock them in for a hour at a time during the day to teach them to hold onto there wee.
    and that they wont soil where they sleep.
    ive never done this with my dogs before
    i just clean up after them and take them regularly to the toilet.
    my 18mth old wee and poos on demand when its bedtime.
    i just say go wees and poos and bed.
    been awhile since i had such a small pup so was just asking questions.
    i have left some pictures on here of both my pups as well.

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