Frequent small pees might indicate a UTI. Speak to your vet.Knomad said:Ok, im normally good at this but my Pit lady has me stumped right now.
The macho Moto is very good, cries to get out and shows great progress. He is well on his way to being 100% trained. At 5 months hes doing just fine.
Kaya on the otherhand is a nightmare. She has decided that making teeny tiny pees all over the place is order of the day and im running low on ideas to persuade her otherwise. Im not into smacking them, only now have I resorted to sitting her down in front of them and speaking firmly to her on the ill conceived locations of her little puddles. Im sure she does it to spite sometimes!
Does anyone have any new ideas, tricks or techniques to try and dissuade my little lady from piddling and pooping where and when she wants.
The irony is there are no two more regularly walked or excercised dogs. We stay right beside the park and they go out so often its unreal. The problem seems to be purely mental as opposed to physically needing to pee, she simply WANTS to!!
Sitting her down infront of her pee and speaking firmly to her is about as effective as someone speaking another language to you LOUDLY and SLOWLY.