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How to train my dog to pee out side ?

I have a 4 month old Rottweiler and he is giving me a lot of problem. With his house training part he is all fine when he is playing outside his kennel but as soon as he is inside the kennel he pees. What should I do ?
By ashutosh ushir · 09 May 2011 12:13 am


By Dinkar Singh · 09 May 2011 9:32 am
May be he is still getting the smell of his pee in his kennel and hence he pees again and again there, Clean his kennel properly wit detol etc. What you can also do is put a newpaper in his pee and then take it and put it outside where u want him to pee. Then after feeding him play with him outside till he pees there. When you say kennel what kind is it.
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By ashutosh ushir · 09 May 2011 7:25 pm
kennel as in its a 5 by 5 feet enclosure made of iron which has got pores in it for proper ventilation..
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By Dinkar Singh · 10 May 2011 9:09 am
Rottweilers are not really kennel dogs and should be kept inside the house with the family, otherwise you can end up with a very unmanageable dog. Plus its hot outside.
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By xceww · 10 May 2011 12:38 pm
Its not a toilet training problem..as in that size kennel it will not be pleasant for him to pee inside. Its his way of saying i dont want to be here.So either u have to make the kennel a pleasant experience for him by positive reinforcement or if u have an option dont keep him in the kennel.
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By xceww · 10 May 2011 11:46 pm
Dinkar stop misguiding new pet owners, its not necessary to have an opinion about everything when u dont know.
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By Dinkar Singh · 11 May 2011 9:31 am
Puthran, please do share ur knowledge on dogs and experience and enlighten all readers. It would be of great help to all pet lovers and in detail, when mentioning positive reinforcement etc.

Kindly also explain how I may be misleading readers on this above matter. By the way I have owned Rottweilers for more than 20 plus years and continue to share my home with them. And I dont keep dogs to make money.
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By Navjot Singh · 11 May 2011 12:43 pm
Hi Guys, I think the owner didn't potty train the puppy right from the day he was brought home. I brought a two months old Lab puppy last week. On his first day, I kept the dog with me in my room and whenever he would wake up at night I would take him out in the varandah so that he can relieve himself. The puppy now know that he shouldn't pee in the room where he sleeps. Yesterday night at three o clock midnight he suddenly started barking in the room I took him out and found he wanted to do potty! Now, having said that, this won't happen always and accidents can happen as puppies have weak bladders and they may not able to stop on some occasions. Now whenever he relieves out side I praise him and offer some treats- example of Positive Reinforcement as quoted by Dinker.
There is nothing misleading in what Dinker said. Rottweiller does need early socialisation. It should be encouraged to know his surroundings, know the people living with and around him, whom he should be nice to and whom he should be nasty with. Lack of socialisation can make Rottweiller very unmanageable and utterly destructive.

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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 11 May 2011 4:16 pm
What Dinkar said is absolutely right, clean the kennel with dettol or vinegar so that the urine smell will go off. Then start feeding your dog inside the kennel, so that as per canine rule, dogs never mess the place where they feed and sleep. Take your pup out for every one/two hours to the particular spot where you want him to pee/poop, he will definitely start learning as rotties are very intelligent dogs.
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By xceww · 12 May 2011 12:20 pm
Dinkar if one wears clothes for 20 years then that doesnt make one a good tailor.Please comment logically.
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By sandy · 13 May 2011 10:18 am
guys first and foremost no dettol and chemical in the kennel...as it lead to blisters as dogs have a sensitive pad

you get a liquid "get off" pray that in the room and it is so pungent that it wil not do again there...this is absolutely safe.

dogs follow their scent and will mark their territory over other males...so tie it at a place where other dogs have peed the natural instinct of a dog is to dominate with their scent and it will pee there....when tied, yeah give it lot of exercise and a run and give lot of water before tying it there.....it would definitely pee

make this a daily exercise....it should guaranteed do outside within 2-3 days
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