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    Aurora is 15 weeks old. She will pee outside with no problem but she won't poop. I knew she has to poop because she just tried pooping in the house but I got her outside before she did but she won't go poop. She just keeps barking and crying to come inside and if I'm out there with her she want me to pick her up. What should I do?

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    Default Re: Help with potty training

    @NikitaH She may not have to poop, she might have only had to pee. I would let her back in and when you notice her squatting again take her back outside. Just have to keep a close eye on her until she gets settled. Welcome to puppyhood.

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    Default Re: Help with potty training

    When I potty trained mine I had special areas in the yard where they did their business and when I took them there they kind of knew what to do... also to leave a piece of poop in that area helps them realize what they need to do there
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    Default Re: Help with potty training

    great advice! she will learn dont you worry! as everyone on here bulldogs are very hard to potty train and mainly dont get the hint until around 4 months but in the meantime just teach her right from wrong and where to go. She will learn, patience . Also if she poops inside pick it up and show her it outside


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    Aurora didn't go poop last night but she did go poop outside this morning when we got up.

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    Default Re: Help with potty training

    Quote Originally Posted by NikitaH View Post
    Aurora didn't go poop last night but she did go poop outside this morning when we got up.
    Very good, she is getting there. Stay consistent with her and as other stated... Keep a close eye and schedule is everything, develop one and stick to it
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    Default Re: Help with potty training

    I can't help...I think Dudley was born potty-trained...but I will say that he has a "poopy zone" in the backyard...he only goes in a certain area, and he really prefers that I clean it up immediately (he always comes to get me after he goes and walks me back to see it so I'll clean it up.)...he's pretty fastidious! They are dogs that love routine!! Just be consistent and persistent!

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    I have a fenced yard, and my dogs are loose when they go out-BUT, I found that when you have a fenced yard-and a pup-I take the pup out on a leash, until they do their "business", and then I will let them loose to play. If they just go outside loose-they are not getting the message so much.
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