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I have a 3months old Spitz puppy he is loitering the house with his pees and shits,help?

I have a 3months old spitz puppy.I live in an apartment so never took him outdoors with his leash tied on.many times i tried to take him out but he resisted and did not move a step forward.How to make him walk outside with me? He is loitering the house with his pees and shits. Plz HELP me out..!!
By natalia · 26 Feb 2009 5:01 pm


By Bibhu · 27 Feb 2009 10:21 am
Obviously, the puppy lacks exposure to the world outside. U have to get him used to the outside world. Take him out, lift him and take him if you have to, twice a day. Even if he refuses to move, make him sit and look around for 15/20 minutes. He will get used to the outside world in about a week's time. He will also start urinating and shitting outside gradually. You need to have patience and be little understanding towards the little one. This is not a big problem at all and I have handled it myself.
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By Dinkar Singh · 27 Feb 2009 11:08 am
Have you ever put a collar on him. If not put a collar on him and let him be in the house for a few days till he gets used to it. Then put on the leash and leave it on for a littel while and take it off. Again inside the house. By doing so your dog will get used to the collar and leash being put on. Try playing with ur dogs and praise it while the leash and collar is on. then try walking with the dog with the leash inside the house. Once he gets used to it inside the house then gradually take him out on it and highly praise him and give him treats when he walks with the leash on him outside. Do it gradually and patiently and there should be no problem
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By MANJIT RALHI · 19 Mar 2009 2:33 pm
take him out for a ride with you let him be fimiliar with the outside space...n then he will force u take him outside...
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