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My puppy is in the midst of house training and he recognizes the pee tray as his toilet but as soon as I shut my room door, he goes right outside. I know he wants to come in but I'm trying to teach him that he cant always be in my room. How do I stop him from doing this?
 

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relocate the pee tray when you go to bed...…..

Otherwise, keep your door closed and he is only allowed in when you invite him.
 

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Do u mean put the pee tray outside my door? He does this when the door is closed btw and I'm only allowing him in when I allow it at the moment.
 

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Yes, outside your room door. Does it make sense to place the tray where the dog doesn't relieve himself????

Get serious about potty training the dog. Be aware. Young dogs will have accidents. Also some dogs take a long time to potty train. The time to train is dependent on the dog and the training.
 

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You should consider getting an enzyme based urine odor eliminator. Treat the area outside your door, then place the tray.

Dogs generally return to previous spots or mark on top of other dog's spots.
 
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