Well, Sonny has one issue, he squats to pee and shoots his front feet, lol. Will this eventually stop? He keeps smelling like pee because of it, lol.
They do, but the people here keep more to themselves. It's like with Betty, if I had more dogs around to work the CAT procedures with, she may have made more progress, but when you want someone here to use their dog to help you with yours, they usually turn it down, as they don't want to get involved with any issues themselves. Wished I lived in Seattle, there's tons of people with dogs at Green Lake that are more than happy to help, I took Nell and Chloe there a couple times and it was a lot of fun. Wenatchee is the complete opposite, lol.None of your neighbors or people at the training facility you go to have male dogs?! If you ever make it to Yakima, I've got 5 here.
Did you actually read lonewolfblue's post? The original question was about a dog peeing on his feet, nothign to do with housebreaking in general.Puppies should be taken out at least once every two hours (or within a half hour after eating or drinking) and guided to the same spot where they can smell having relieved themselves before. Immediately after they “do their business,” they should be praised lavishly in a high-pitched, excited voice. Crate training does not speed up the housebreaking process: Puppies do not develop full bladder control before 6 months of age and are physically incapable of “holding it” for very long.