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Old May 20th, 2010, 07:24 AM
lanovoa lanovoa is offline
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Exclamation 5 month forgot her potty training??

Hi!
We rescued Coco when she was around 3 months old, she's a terrier X shih-tzu mix. We started paper training her because we live in a condo in the 6th floor with no real access to "outside"... it was working fine, the accidents were less and less every time!!
BUT NOW, she's 5 months old and she seems to have forgotten!!! She pees and poos everywhere in the house except the paper... HELP!

This is what we do... in the condo: we have two places with paper for her to go, when she's left alone she stays in a room by herself, no crate, there's paper in that room but she rarely uses it. We take her outside min. 2 times a day, morning and afternoon. When we go outside she goes and everything runs fine... but we can't just be taking her outside every couple of hours, overall at night...

It seems to us that since we started taking her outside (after her shots and spaying, around the 4 and a half months) she totally forgot about the paper! Could it be possible?
HOW COULD I TRAIN MY PUPPY TO GO BOTH OUTSIDE AND IN THE PAPER WHEN SHE'S INSIDE... or is she just in "the annoying age"??

Thanks for your help
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