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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-19-2004, 10:19 PM Thread Starter
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Talking He's finally "going" outside!!!!!

He's doing it, I can't believe it!!!! We had such a good day today. Cookie, my 3 month old Yorkie has peed outside everytime today. I'm justed thrilled, I was ready to "throw in the towel". Oh, he also pooped a couple of times too!!!! WOO WHO!!!!
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yah! i'm so happy that everything is working out for you.


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YAY, good potties Cookie ! I know what you are going through I have a new puppy "Cookie" she is still hit and miss about her potties. I wish you continued good luck on potty training your Cookie !

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Thanks everyone!!!

He hasn't had an accident at all today!! One question, How long before he will start "telling" me that he has to "go"?
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Yay!!! That's wonderful!


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Woohoo Congratulations on Cookie doing his duty outside. Dunno when he'll start letting you know. With our's they kind've caught on on their own. Most time we have to watch for signs like sniffing intently in an area or acting anxious, pacing around, that sort of thing. Eventually they learn that on the other side of the door is the potty room and they will scratch the door the get to the other side. But with anything, everytime cookie does it good...lots and lots of praise to the cookie.
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He hasn't had an accident at all today!! One question, How long before he will start "telling" me that he has to "go"?
That's awesome!!!! I can't believe I'm going to have to housebreak another one starting on Christmas day lol... it's one thing I'm NOT looking forward to lol.

Chelsea and Polo still don't "tell me" they want to go out. I also just watch for signs. Polo is such a lazy beast most of the time that I just know when he starts pacing around in circles he needs to go. Chelsea simply holds it until someone lets her out. She'd probably hurt herself holding it if we didn't make it a point to make sure they go out often during the day lol

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Polo is such a lazy beast most of the time that I just know
That sounds just like our Dante, the lazy moose just refuses to go outside. I have to grab him around the middle, ride him like a horse to get him out, but once he's out he does his thing. Its a nightly adventure. The boy is sooo lazy, when I get home in the morning around 5am, he just lays there in the dark waiting for me to trip on him. The boys got a bladder of a camel.

So good luck, all dogs have their own ways and some never tell you, and others like to make you think they gatta go, but dont.
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-20-2004, 06:58 PM
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Yay! Good job Cookie! My dogs don't usually have to ask to go out because they go out at least four times a day. But if one has an urgent need to go out they usaully run back and forth and look at the door.
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