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    Default Re: sooooooo FRUSTRATED!!!

    I don't have anything else to add to what others have said, I just wanted to pop in and say hang in there! It will get better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyDuke View Post
    do you take his water up in the evening? does he drink alot at night?
    We pick it up every evening by 5...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren31287 View Post
    I don't have anything else to add to what others have said, I just wanted to pop in and say hang in there! It will get better!
    Thank You so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesteelapd View Post
    could puppy pads in the crate help?
    Well i could try but he still chews on any and everything so im afraid he will chew on it rip it apart n then choke or swallow it... He also scratches n nest with whatever i put in there so he would probably wad it up lol...

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    Default Re: sooooooo FRUSTRATED!!!

    What kind of cleaner are you using for his crate? Just make sure it's not an ammonia based cleaner which can actually cause Jackson to urinate in the same spot over and over again. The idea of "teathering" him to you at all times is a good one until he can be trusted to not pee indoors. I hope you will see progress soon!




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    Keep at it. It will be worth it in the end just like your skin kids are.
    Abbey is looking for a forever home

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    @erniesmom is feeling the same way you are
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    feeling your pain!

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    Hi Have you taken him to the vet and had him checked out for any possible health issues? Fergus is 5 months and pee'd everywhere for the first 2 weeks we had him. We had pee pads everywhere and every time he would squat we ran to the pee pads. Once he figured that out we slowly did away with the pee pads and would reward a treat and heavy praise when he would go outside. We are slowly weening him off the treats. Its very frustrating but stay and dont give up it will get better sending you

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    Great advice above but wanted to add the possibility of a UTI, if he has one he can't help it. Is the pee nice and watery yellow or orange brown?


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    When I brought Forde home I was told by the breeder to keep him in his crate with nothing else at all.....use the divider and give him no more room than what he needed to turn around comfortably , sit or lie down...he did great!
    Sorry you are having such a hard time with the training, hopefully you will figure out what makes him click Also like mentioned above it could possibly be a health issue......on the plus side..he sure is CUTIE
    Last edited by FORDE'SMOM; 04-17-2013 at 09:45 PM.

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    Default Re: sooooooo FRUSTRATED!!!

    We kennel trained Sheldon and at first he peed in his kennel almost every night and we took the fleece blanket out and he quit peeing in his kennel. Like you I stay home so it was me doing the training and for me I praised him a lot when he went outside and he really likes to hear he is a good boy and that seemed to be great incentive to him and now we hardly if ever have accidents in the house and if there is he looks at me like he has disgraced himself. If praise doesn't work though try a treat when he goes outside so that he associates good with going outside. Don't know if that will help I hope so, and like they said he is just a baby so it will take time and patience. Something else I just thought of is his kennel in a spare room or a room that is empty when he is in it? If so try putting the kennel in your room or one of your childrens rooms. Sheldon hates being separated from us in any way, that may have something to do with it.

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