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I got a new pup!!!!!

Discussion in 'Dogs - small breeds (toy) specific' started by ryokitokiri, Oct 25, 2004.

  1. ryokitokiri

    ryokitokiri New Member

    I got her on Labor Day :eek: and she is a Jack Russle Terrier and she has specs on her back. Both her ears are covered in a light brown. She was born on July 12th I think.
    Some problems though:
    1) She is having a problem with potty training. She goes out like every 45 min. but when she comes in 5 min later she uses the bathroom.
    2) She doesn't like her crate at all. I put a little treat in the back of her pen and her toys sometimes and she walks happily in there.
    3) She also likes my other dogs food which is an adult and my adult dog Buddy likes her food.
    Thanks for any replies.
     
  2. MonsterBailey

    MonsterBailey New Member

    hello and welcome ryo... :)

    I am not much help when it comes to crate training.... but just wanted to say welcome. Also, be patient... it takes awhile to get the dog used to his/her surroundings, let alone start on training :)

    Enjoy your baby
     
  3. MyBabyShihPoo

    MyBabyShihPoo New Member

    :eek: WELCOME!!! :eek:

    Congrats on your puppy! :y_the_best:


    As Monster said, it does take a lot of time, patience, and persistence (among other things as well)...don't expect immediate perfection!!! There are LOTS of great threads on the toy forum (this one) regarding housebreaking - if you use the search feature at the top of the page, you should be able to find those posts, I'm sure they would help you out greatly!

    You'll have to slowly introduce it to her, and make her associate positive things with being in her crate. Again, there are posts regarding this issue probably more so in the "All Dogs" forum, so take a look over there!

    You'll probably have to separate them, or supervise them, during feeding times!

    Best wishes!!! :D
     
  4. ryokitokiri

    ryokitokiri New Member

    Thanks, I will try it and take a look at the other posts.
     

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