By Shiva - 18/03/2014 08:46 - France - Niort
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Probably should've have shouted no... But hey - we learn from the past right?
Actually if you pour some rubbing alcohol on the spot it will get rid of the odor. I have heard hydrogen peroxide works also because it breaks down biological material. On a side note, peroxide will also help get blood and food stains out of clothing. Got that tip from a dry cleaner.
I agree with 19. If my pup starts to piddle or crouch, a loud, firm NO or AH AH AH gets his attention so he stops and I can get him outside, where he gets praise and treats for going. If your pup is still really young, OP, he has very little bladder control. Mine's five months, and it was harder for him to stop once started when he was younger, but it's gotten easier. Patience, love, and treats!
The first thing you should do is take you puppy outside and then reward it for peeing where you want it to go. Puppies always need to go outside just after they wake up.
she was cleaning while the puppy was sleeping...was she supposed to wake up the puppy (however much earlier) and take it outside, and then start cleaning....?? You've never owned a puppy have you? Much easier said then done, especially while trying to have some sort of a semi routine