Help, puppy keeps peeing in the house.

Canada
February 23, 2013 8:55pm CST
We have had her for a few weeks now. I take her outside every hour and she pees outside but she is still going inside on my floors all the time. Getting impatient with this. How do I train her to go to the door to let me know she needs out again.
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@aqirock (857)
• Malaysia
24 Feb 13
I have no puppy but I have cat which I trained to pee or pooh in bathroom, what I did is I put her inside bathroom and trapped her there for a while for few days then she use to it and now everyday when she want to pee she will; go to bathroom
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@aqirock (857)
• Malaysia
24 Feb 13
haha that's great, I just keep my cat there as she can't stay well if she saw what I did but well my cat are good now she pee and pooh inside bathroom, sometimes at floor and sometimes at toilet but that is better then she put her pooh everywhere in house
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@machatago (385)
• Philippines
24 Feb 13
What we do is place the puppy all day outside so that whenever she pees she will have a particular spot to do that and even poop. Of course we will enclose her so that she won't get too far. And at night we will take her inside, she still pees once in a while but then after that she wouldn't pee and poop inside the house.
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• United States
24 Feb 13
I tried and tried with mine with no luck. I used news paper and a friend of mine trained hers with wee wee pads. she brought the dog to my house and the puppy only used the pads. you are in for a long wait.
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@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
25 Feb 13
You know, I believe that if you or I knew the answer to this one, then we would probably both be quite rich because it seems like this is a constant struggle whenever there are animals in the house. I know that there are a lot of people that use the training pads for their dogs and that does seem to be something that works well for them, but I don't think that it is the perfect solution. When I've had the most success with animals, the thing that has worked the best for me is trying to allow them to spend as much time as possible outside.