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    @Gertie's Mom I'm being patient. But boy the going on my
    bed really ground my gears. It was the closest I've came
    to absolutely smacking her for something.

    She slept in her crate again last night and did fine. She
    has no problem holding it. We went to sleep somewhere
    around 1:30am, I had just taken her out right before then.
    My alarm went off at 8:30 this AM and she was still asleep.
    Its not the holding it, its the doing it where she isn't suppose
    to. I know it will take time. But the set backs are so frustrating
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    Saint Roch please pray for her, and me too.

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    @bfletch13 it is very frusturating, I know. Not sure what to tell you other than you probably know best how to handle it. I think they are just going to have accidents. Last night we got home from the Senior Bowl and well I was a little tired and well, tired so I told my son to let Brodie in when he seemed ready to go to bed. Well he did, but I heard a noise and looked over and Brodie was peeing in Lola's bed. It is frusturating. Hang in there!
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    One thing that we have learned in the last four years with Brody, is that bulldogs (a good majority) are bed wetters. It stinks, but it is what it is. Brody had it bad at first, but seems to have grown out of it
    Tiffany, Jerry and our boy Brody

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    @Jerry Yeah she wet her bed this morning again.
    I just don't get it. I was getting my coat on to take
    her out and she woke up. I told her we were gonna
    go outside. She squatted and pee'd. Sometimes
    it almost seems like a big FU.

    What if I didn't wash her bedding? Made her stay
    in her filth? Would that help or just get her use to
    being in pee?

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    @bfletch13 I thought the same way with Ireland that if I left the stinky blanket in there she would get the hint... Nope.. She just acted like nothing happened. We still have accidents in the house and she will be 6 months old in Feb. I was with you about ready to scream lol. But she is doing better, I have rewarded her for going potty outside, she knows if she does she will get a cookie. I wish you luck, I think to it has to do with being in a new place and she is also testing you to see how much and how far she can take it.

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    When we moved Silva was 1 1/2 years old and she peed in the new house a few times! I think she was confused and needed to adjust. I do have to say she was very easy to train, I think I was just very lucky with her.
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    Default Re: Now she pee'd the bed.

    Maybe I'm not a good one to mention anything, since my bully is a male, but he occasionally had set backs. And he does have accidents on the bed. I think he just has no idea where he is for a moment. I did learn, however, that our king size comforter fits in our new washer and dryer - yay!
    I can't remember from other posts how old Jozi is, but I know Hudson went through stages where I thought he'd never learn! It seemed like laundry was always going in and he was always goofing up. But they eventually get it!! Hang in there!!!

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    Sorry.

    I had a female frenchie that was like this. She'd pee in our bed, in the closet, you name it, she did it. VERY frustrating.

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    Another thought...My female marks... pee's on there pillows, when the two pups were sleeping together she would pee on the bedding.... she is trying to show her dominates.
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    @bfletch13, i'm sorry. i went through this with my first and last female. she peed the bed, she peed the couch, she peed the rugs, she peed the carpet, she peed the patio furniture, she peed the car. she brought me to tears with anger. i will never have a girl again. i hope jozi will break this. i'm sure she will. i think i just had a retard. i seriously think she wasn't normal. i speculated that she was the last pup out of the womb and the anesthesia destroyed her brain. total speculation, but i had to justify it somehow. i couldn't teach her anything but her name, while her brother was the best learner ever! i completely potty trained him in 3 weeks. i resorted to putting her in diapers.

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    @sheila Its is very frustrating. She peed at the front door again tonight. So
    today she had pee'd her bed and pee'd the front door rug. Hopefully she will
    catch on soon.

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