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    Great idea and advice doglifetraining!

    Hya, what do you mean???
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    Can we see pictures of the bullS***. I am quite keen to see that mix!

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    Sorry can't really help with the toilet training.

    Both my dogs will hold on for 12 hours easily if they have to (and on the odd drunken sleep in they HAVE had to).

    Barney has been able to hold on like that since he was about 6 months old....Pippi only in the last month or two (she is 2)

    Actually, OMG now I think about it, Pippi hasnt had an accident inside for a couple of months...YAY....FNALLY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    Can we see pictures of the bullS***. I am quite keen to see that mix!
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    i would go a doggy door and a dog run off the house.... could even use a cheap bird aivary for the doogy door to open to

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    Quote Originally Posted by doglifetraining View Post
    Why not build an outdoor dog run? It can be as large as you want, with a cosy indoor area. Perfect to spend long hours in, fixes the toilet issue, and your other dog could also be with your pup.
    And you can even make it so you can take it with you if it is not your own property

    We now have a beautiful kennel room and run. Room is about 12x16 feet and room about 12x10, but it is permanent. I feel it is a great place and secure to leave our newf rescues when we first get them. You can even potty train older dogs. And I find the umbilical system works best.
    We crate train our puppies for night times, but when we are home it is the umbilical system again. And the Kennel run during the day. !2 hours is a long time for a young dog.
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    haha yes bulldog x shihtzu is a very interesting mix, he's a very interesting looking dog! All white with a black patch on his tail and black spots on his ears. He has the bulldog face and is really stocky but has the shihtzu height and hair.

    I will look into getting him a dog run, excellent idea!

    If anyone else has any other ideas and tips, please let me know. Im still interested to hear everyones perspective on this issue

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