AzDoggin wrote:Adopt this motto: "You didn't pee it until I see it!"
Put the pup on a leash and keep her moving. Motion stimulates urination. She's simply not allowed to go back in the house until she's emptied. She'll get it.
This is a human problem, not a dog problem. She's an infant - eats, plays, pees, poops and sleeps. She has no idea what you want, so you have to manage the situation so there is no alternative but to pee outside. Keep track of times so you know about when and about how much she'll go.
Next, rather than allowing her the run of the house, you might use a crate, or an ex-pen in the house. She doesn't earn freedom in the house until she can be counted on to not pee.
This time will pass quickly. Have fun!
Cleaning ideas: http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/re ... odors.html
Deuce wrote:All of the above and more patience. Pay attention to timing and make it routine. Natures Miracle or a mixture of vinegar and water. You need to get the smell out, otherwise the pup will think that's one of their potty spots.
RockLobster707 wrote:I am working with my 9 week old lab pup on this right now. At night do you guys stop giving water so they don't pee as much?
ezzy333 wrote:Crate,crate, crate, I have found it is hard for them to pee on the rug when they are in their crate. Everytime the pup is taken out of the crate it goes outside and is walked on a leash till it goes. Then and only then does it go back inside to play with you. Once you are through playing with the pup it goes directly into the crate for nap time and then the routine starts over.
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