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    so my puppy (5mons old) can open the sliding door

    it doesn't latch properly and when it's closed he has figured out how to open it

    *sigh* he's just too smart so um why won't he bark at the door when he needs to pee or anything *sigh*
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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    so my puppy (5mons old) can open the sliding door

    it doesn't latch properly and when it's closed he has figured out how to open it

    *sigh* he's just too smart so um why won't he bark at the door when he needs to pee or anything *sigh*

    Our dog has figured out how to open the French doors - she's tall, not a puppy - but not if they're locked. Sounds like someone at your house needs to figure out how to fix the latch.


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    Put a diaper on him and try not to worry.
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    so my puppy (5mons old) can open the sliding door

    it doesn't latch properly and when it's closed he has figured out how to open it

    *sigh* he's just too smart so um why won't he bark at the door when he needs to pee or anything *sigh*
    Cause he's a baby?
    Does he open the door because he wants to go out and do his business?

    Training a puppy is very hard, but it's very important to get it right or else you may be cleaning up after him for the rest of his life. I would seek out some expert guidance.

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    My boss's wife trained their Yorkie on pee-pee pads in the house and took her outside often to pee. Do you reward peeing outside when it happens? A pup who's opening the door to go outside to pee is a very smart doggie indeed. Puppy training is hard while it's happening, but eventually they get it. Don't know how you can get him to bark, though.

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    Our 3 month old puppy uses the training pads and is quite diligent about it. I am considering getting her a litter box to put the pads in since she's so small and she doesn't like peeing outside.

    Wanna hear something really odd? Sophie thinks her crate is her own personal toilet! Maybe it's because she's rarely in it.
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    My father has a bell on a string beside the sliding glass doors of his house. The dog's been trained to ring it when she wants outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    My father has a bell on a string beside the sliding glass doors of his house. The dog's been trained to ring it when she wants outside.
    That's very cool!
    Is your father an xNTJ?

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    I have no clue what he is.. One of these days I'll get around to figuring it out tho.
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