Dog keeps peeing in my house...

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  1. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    Best advice here.

    You did not mention the breed that I saw skimming the thread. Large breeds are easier than small breeds.

    My experience is when you get home, let the dog out of the crate, pick it up and carry it outside, once it does its business over the top praise .... good pee, good poop, reward and associate praise/reward with each action.

    Inside, fun play for an hour, into the crate for 2 hours, repeat.

    This method took me 3 days to train 3 different dogs.

    IMPORTANT You MUST get the smell out of the areas where the animal defecated in the house. White vinegar works to neutralize urine, google what works for poop.

    Don't just clean, but throughly clean the areas prior to beginning crate training.



    Respectfully, your thinking is incorrect, dogs do not do things out of spite. It can sense your anger and is likely nervous around you though.

    Let it whine in the crate, do not let it out, that rewards the whining. Put a chew toy in there with it to keep it occupied.

    This is the way to resolve the issue.

    You are getting spot-on advice and disregarding it man.

    With all due respect btefft, you are the one spreading incorrect information. Spanking and rubbing an animals nose in its mess is a totally ineffective method of training. They live in the moment, and have no idea what you are correcting them minutes or hours later.

    You have to catch them in the act, correct, take outside, they finish, over the top praise, play for an hour inside, crate for 2 hours.

    This, and clean up the mess with the correct chemicals to neutralize the odor.
     
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    Easy peasy, keep the dog outside where animals belong.
     

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    Especially short hair breeds like a Doberman when it is cold outside so they die of hypothermia. That permanently resolves the issue very effectively.

    You have experience with that training method, Jack.
     
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    Yep. IF they can't stay outside, it's not a dog worth having.
     
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    A better resolution would be to surrender them to a rescue organization, not kill them.

    But my thinking is rather skewed on the subject.

    I value innocent life.
     
  6. Jack Ryan

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    Even better leave animals outside where they belong instead of treating them like people.

    Then they will live like animals are suppose to instead of being conditioned to be ignorant useless little pansies that whizz all over there house.

    You just might be saving one's life.
     
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    This ignorant little pansy would strongly disagree with you sir.

    He sleeps in bed with when he is invited.


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    Would you care to post your accomplishments with your outside dogs?

    And a pic of the dog cadaver from the one you killed?


    Back on topic - OP, crate training works if the house is cleaned and it is executed properly.
     
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    That is the truth.

    The entire family has to be committed to whatever method you choose.

    Training must be consistent.

    :supergrin:
     
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    Wife is a mollycoddler. I am the NO-BS, do as your told old school type.

    See my conundrum? 😔
     
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    Educate her.

    Do the research and share it with her.

    Tried and true methods work.

    That Victoria Stillwell or who ever she is is full of crap.

    You can have a great companion but still be firm with it.

    :thumbsup:

    Best of luck!
     
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    Listen to this guy I do it as a hobby but he has some titled working dogs.

    My days of working a police k-9 are over but once you get into the habit of training them correctly it's really no work at all.


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    Educate her? I have tried. She won't listen, thinks she is always right. Blah blah blah. Bring up facts and back it up with evidence she will blow it off as wrong. An old saying comes to mind,

    Something about being willfully blind... That type of thinking on her part is nearly impenetrable.
     
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    No... they make very large crates too ! :)
     
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    That's cute. He's got a doggy trophy. LOL.
    You know what they say about people who lie down with dogs... not that there's anything wrong with that.

    BTW, I didn't kill it. It wasn't even MY dog. But you already know that moron. Not that I haven't killed a few with a bullet. I would imagine even those were a lot like the doberman, raised inside a little cage until some one got tired of it taking a whizz inside their house. Then just like that doberman, they dump it on someone else when it's a problem for them.

    When I need a show dog to sleep with I'll give you a ring. My dogs have jobs. Outside.
     
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