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Old September 20th, 2008, 07:24 PM
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housebreaking questions

Sometime Titus is just weird o.0

I mean, 95% of the time we can see when he has to go outside, hes pretty much trained on that one, but sometime he does theses little strange "I pee right in front of your eyes and I dont even sniff before NO WARNING BOOYAH!"

We're like, watching him, hes being all normal, then without warning, PEE.
I swear hes the ninja of urination!

I know hes a puppy and I know it can take a long time for some dogs to be fully housebroken, but still...

Any ideas?
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Old September 22nd, 2008, 01:04 AM
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I believe that he is only about three months? That is still very young to expect 100% reliability. Young pups often often don't even know they need to go until they are (especially if they are excited). Is he a very submissive puppy? Another idea might be that he is submissive peeing and he will likely grow out of that as he gains confidence.
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Old September 22nd, 2008, 01:18 AM
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Any ideas?
Yep.....he's a siberian husky.

The one I have now is my third and all three of them did this......especially the two boys. They'd always have a look that said "I can pee where I want to" when they did it too. I just told them no and took them outside like normal and they stopped after a few times.
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Old September 22nd, 2008, 07:51 AM
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hehe yea thats what we're doing ^^ thanks

but hes not submisive though, oposite :S hes a bit over dominant with some people/dogs, with us its alright though, getting waaaaay better
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Old September 22nd, 2008, 10:17 AM
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Patrón did this too... we were REALLY good about taking him out, but every now and then he's be running anf playing, and then just squat and pee. And then keep right on going... We just had to catch him in the act and take him right outside... at one point I felt like SUCH a MOM ...
I mean I ended up getting like a puppy pee time 6th sense... I could just tell!
It gets better! At least yours are still pee puddles... when Patrón was 3 months his were already pee LAKES!
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