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    Biscuit is 3mo today. She will pee outside in the grass when we take her out, but then she'll walk back indoors and go again, even just a little. Is this just her age or something we're doing wrong with trying to train her? She does go #2 outside almost all of the time now.
    Last edited by bscarpenter; 06-12-2012 at 02:30 PM.

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    Honestly their bladders are small and I find at that age Raven used to take small pees. She didn't fully void her bladder. You are on the right track. Persistence and patience, I know that is easier said than done. Look you have a big chunk of the battle won, she is pooing outside. Good luck. Raven is almost eight months and will still have accidents in the house.

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    First let me say, Biscuit is the cutest name ever. Welcome.

    I'd suggest waiting longer so she empties it out all the way, if possible. If they learn that right after they pee, they go right back in, they'll start holding it. Stay out after the pee. Play a bit.

    When inside the house: Stick to a schedule. Be consistent. <=== otherwise, your dog doesn't know what you want from him/her.

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    Agree with the above. Just also make sure the pee you clean up in the house is not potent or orange. Some bully's, especially little girls, are prone to UTI infections. Their vulvas are really tight until they have a heat, where the swelling can bring it out some. #1 symptom is peeing often in small amounts.

    Make sure you clean and dry around her vulva folds. Most bully girls squat so low they sit in their pee when they go causing bacteria build up in their folds. I use malecetic otic on a cotton ball at least 2x a week on my girls folds. When I dint it gets Yucky down there.

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