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Cute little guy. Congrats on the addition. BTW, you are about to start telling people stories about him like new parents do their children.
Another tip for housetraining is to watch him close. When he starts sniffing, you better start moving. Also, don't yell at/hit him when he has an accident, but do pick him up and take him outside immediately. Scaring the crap out of him will just train him not to go when you are around. He'll get the connection when you start taking him out.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Praise him like crazy when he does go outside.
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The crate thing works, put an old tee shirt in crate, soothes them, mans best friend, more true words never spoken.
The three amigos, Flick, Joy and Zeke after a day of rabbit hunting, like me, they are a little older and can't do what they used to but they still give it hell.
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And put a little bell on a string on the door you take it out of. Everytime you take him out, take his paw and ring the bell on your way out. Eventually, he'll walk over and ring it himself when he needs to go. Also, I agree on the little dog thing. Always had big dogs til I got Buddy (below). I have never had a better, sweeter dog. He loves us and our kids...
This post was edited by mckocky 12 months ago
Make sure to PRAISE him robustly when he does his bidness outside....enthusiastically (and immediately) take him inside and give him a treat.
This post was edited by 12Pac Fashur 12 months ago
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