Also, I cant get him to give me a signal when he needs to go out. He just goes! No barking, no whimper, just pee.
Ive tried positive reinforcement,etc. nothing works!
(Nash is almost 16 weeks, 35 pounds.)
|Have you tried Bell Training? We did this with Dahlia and it was so easy to train her. You hang a string of bells on a door and then you train them to tap their paw or nose to the bell to go out. Use a key word as you hit their paw or tap their nose like... Potty, or outside or something simple and then take him outside and again say... Potty.|
Within a few days, Dahlia would go over to the bells and tap them on her own. This has also proven helpful if we go to a friends house, hotel or anywhere that she isn't familar with. We hang the bells on the door knob and then she knows that is the door to go to for outside.....
|Still too young and a male to boot. More patience......probably another 1-3 months before the boy conquers his bladder and his brain.|
|Zeke was very hard to house break.|
He didn't really have a tell.
After a while, WE learned that when he strated getting restless, it meant that he wanted to go out.
That was his tell. He would get a bit restless, walk around the house a bit more than normal, maybe by the door a few times (but not enough that it was obvious to us).
It was very, very, very, VERY subtle.
|The bell was very helpful for us...most dogs don't know how to tell you.|
After resorting to taking Simon out every fifteen minutes(we really did this), finally at four months to the day we had
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