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    Thanks for all those replies....I know it takes time and we are working on it trust me! and the praise is non stop...I could have them outside for ages and then they come in and today I caught one of them doing a number 2 within 2 mins of being inside!!! OMG

    Will keep trying...and I am going out to buy some vinegar!

    See ya

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    today is the first day she has not done at least one wee inside!!!

    dont want to speak too soon but its 8:30 and we're clear so far today. YAY

    although she paws at the door to go out, dad hates that hes afraid it will ruin the door but she sits at it first, just have to make sure i let her out anyway .

    hope things are better for you jeanie !x
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    It is so nice when we see some progress!

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    i take it back.

    just found a wee behind me and a poo in the laundry ... pretty sure its hers too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppyx View Post
    i take it back.

    just found a wee behind me and a poo in the laundry ... pretty sure its hers too
    Naww, keep your chin up! I am sure there is a reasonable explanation?

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    It happens, still some accidents here with Bandit at 5 1/2 months. Keep on plodding.

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    I guess another way to look at it, Jeanie, is to imagine a puppy is like a baby, one which you cannot take your eyes off FOR ONE SECOND.

    For example, if a puppy enters the house, that puppy must be under my watch every second, literally. The moment he/she starts to wander off out of my view, I'm with them, following them, watching, gauging what they are up to.

    Now this might sound extreme, but if you do it for a short period of time, the results are fast and permanent. If I CAN"T be watching them every single second, then they go outside until I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I guess another way to look at it, Jeanie, is to imagine a puppy is like a baby, one which you cannot take your eyes off FOR ONE SECOND.

    For example, if a puppy enters the house, that puppy must be under my watch every second, literally. The moment he/she starts to wander off out of my view, I'm with them, following them, watching, gauging what they are up to.

    Now this might sound extreme, but if you do it for a short period of time, the results are fast and permanent. If I CAN"T be watching them every single second, then they go outside until I can.
    basically how I TT our 2 , good advice.

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