It's very disconcerting when your well-housetrained dog suddenly starts having accidents in the house. It may be human nature to think he's doing it to spite you, but that's not the case a well-trained dog doesn't just start soiling indoors on a whim. There's a legitimate reason it's happening, and you owe it to your dog to find out why. Here's what you need to do:
so getting him to touch the bells took just a matter of moments. However
Many years ago, when I was a Customer Care Supervisor at the Marin Humane Society, in Novato, California, we received a frantic phone call from a woman who had glanced over her fence and noticed her neighbor’s adolescent Dalmatian tangled up in her tie-out rope so badly that she couldn’t move. Rushing to the address, the Society’s humane officer did, indeed, find the tangled dog, but there was something suspicious about the scene. The rope was coiled and knotted so neatly around the dog’s legs that it left no room for doubt in the officer’s mind.
Nasty, cold, blowing, snowing, sleeting, rainy day out and your dog won't go out to potty? I can relate; I don't much like to go out in bad weather either even if I don't have to poop and pee out there.Help is on the way. Here are five things you can do to help improve your dog's winter eliminate outside" outlook... Go out with her. She may be much more willing to brave the elements if her beloved human is with her. If you go with her you can keep her mind on her business
Marking is not the same behavior as my bladder is full and I have to pee." Housetraining is just a matter of teaching your dog when and where to relieve himself. In contrast
whether it's on carpet or floors. The enzymes break down the smelly agents in urine and feces
and matching leash all get softer with time and laundering. I like the extra large D-ring for snapping the leash onto.
Teaching your dog to eliminate on cue is such a valuable trick" once your dog knows how
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and will be forced to soil the crate. Once a puppy's inborn instinct to keep his "den" clean is broken