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From: Jennifer (
Subject:         Re: one step at a time
Date: July 17, 2008 at 6:09 pm PST

In Reply to: one step at a time posted by Callie on July 17, 2008 at 4:47 pm:

Larry does go before I leave ... I always make sure of it. He has no problem going when I'm watching either. I have a good sized fenced in yard and he loves going (especially on top of the plants). He hasn't been in the research facility for 5 years now. I do believe he thinks that the crate is where he's supposed to go however, when I'm home he'll let me know when he has to go out. The crate is in the livingroom ad it's always open. He never uses it as a bathroom when I'm home ... and we've had nights where we have slept for over 12 hours and there have been no accidents. On the good side, the tub thing does work. If he is sick and I'm sleeping and I don't hear him cry to go out he will go in the tub. But if I leave him in the bathroom he'll go in the tub and then play in it (gross). I call it paw painting and you should the "masterpiece" he creates ALL over the bathroom. He will also rip up the flooring in the bathroom when left alone. He likes to be able to watch the front door for me to come home. He's an odd little dog LOL. It really puzzles me. He just doesn't get that he should hold it while he's in the crate. I even tried putting diapers on him (he ate them). I also tried to litter train him (he thinks the litter tastes good). I went out today for 6 hours and there was no mess so I praised him and praised him. I watch him outside and I praise him like crazy everytime he goes outside. I just don't know what else to do.

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