Before I put her in her crate for the night, or if I will be out for a few hours, I always take her outside to do her business, & for the most part she is OK in the crate & will not have any accidents.
However, sometimes she does, & I know this is normal since she is a puppy & all – but my question is this – Sometimes I see her eating her Accidents! How do I make her stop!
I do leave water in her crate, a small amount but just enough to either last through the night or while I am away. I do not leave any food in her cage, I do feed her every morning & put out a little more than 1/2 cup of food with her water. I do spoil her with treats throughout the day, like when I take her out to reward her for going outside & such, but every once in a while I see when she has had an accident in her cage, & I have come home to catch her eating it!
Is this bad for her? How do I stop this
we might be getting one soon and its about 7 months old. so i want to know like how much it’ll weigh and how tall….yeah :] also, i’ve looked at pictures on the internet but i couldn’t really tell the size….so is it considered a puppy at 7 months old? and will it look like a puppy?
so many questions i know ;] but im curious! lol thanks for the help! 😀
(oh and we have a white netherland dwarf rabbit so do you think theyll get along?)
Can i still teach my puppy to hunt rabbit even tho he is that old? How can i train him?
Also should i feed the rabbits in the area to try and increase the population?
he is a westie/boston that loves to chase the cats and we have some nice fields in the area so i figured that rabbit hunting will help him. Any suggestions will greatly help
I just got a 4.5 months old Westie puppy. I have tried putting him in crate, training pad, etc. I would put him at the designated location when I see him sniffing around but he just would do it while I am there watching. Nothing seems to work and he pees and poos at different location. It’s been really frustrating what should I do?
I bought a crate for them wanting to crate train them to be housebroken.The scottie has been doing well but the westie is way beyond anything.I m feeling very frustrated cos she would poo and pee in her crate,even I took the advice from the vet to make the space so small that can only contain the pup herself. The scottie would never soil her crate,despite she has a bed inside.Every morning when I opened the door,she would go straight to the paper to get things done.But never the westie.She even eats up the poo whenever she sees it.I dont know what more I can do..6 days already and every morning there would be a bad mess inside the crate and she lying on it,which means I would have to bath her daily.Please help….
We have a West Highland White Terrier. She is the cutest dog we’ve ever had and one of the best. She behaves well around strangers and likes children (too hyper for babies though). She gets plenty of attention and someone is home all day everyday with her. Yet she still goes to the bathroom in the house. She may do good for about 3 or 4 days but then she has an accident again. It’s horrible. I mean we shampoo our carpets all the time because we try to get the smell out so she knows that this is where you don’t go to the bathroom. What can I do to potty train my dog. She has accidents also when people come over. That is so embarrassing. We think that may be from overstimulation, because she is so little and people all love her and want to go to her at one time. Anyways. I desperately need your help to fix this problem with my dog. The rest of my family has just about given up.
I just got khloe, which she is 3 months old. I have been trying to putty train her with the training pads. When i see her squating i will lift her up real quick and take her to the balcony where her training pad is. If she is near the pad she will sniff the ground for her last urination and will go on the pad. How do i go step by step to get her to go outside? i have her pad by her crate now so its easy access, but i would like to take her outside. What time should i take her out everyday and what time?
Should I feed her before or after? If i do feed her how long do i have to wait to take her outside.