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12 wk old cockapoo - need help with potty training & nip

Discussion in 'Dogs - small breeds (toy) specific' started by coffeygirl, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. coffeygirl

    coffeygirl New Member

    Hello..we just brought home Chloe a 12 week old Cockapoo. She is a wonderful dog but we are having a couple issues. She goes potty outside pretty well, have only had two accidents since the first day. But she will not have her BM's outside.....only inside. HELP!!! I do not know what to do about that.

    My second issue is the nipping. It isn't bad except with my three (human) girls. It scares them when she starts nipping. I can tell she is just playing but how can we control it????

    Thanks for any help you can offer!!!!
  2. gypsy

    gypsy New Member

    On housetraining, you just need to be more vigilant. Leave some feces outside where you toilet her, so she can smell it. Make certain she can't smell it indoors........use an enzyme cleaner. On the nipping.......it is not cute, and you need to stop it now. make certain that your daughters are not encouraging this action. Any time she nips, yelp shrilly, and stop the play. This is how pups teach each other to be gentle. You will feel silly, but it works. And NEVER encourage 'games' that involve nipping.......she is just too young to have good judgement yet.

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