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Housebreaking is pretty easy.  When you feed the pup take him outside within a few minutes afterwards to use it.  Do not let him back in the house until he does his business and when he does...praise the hell out of the pup and go back in the house.  DO NOT HAVE FOOD OR WATER available all day at random because then you will have sh*t and piss at random.  Only feed the dog when you know you have the time to take him outside to do his business it should be scheduled feeding and taking him out.  If you can't dedicate the time do not get a puppy.
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My moms dog was only a couple weeks old when we got him... he slept with someone every night for about a month. Until he got use to the new surroundings, especially at night. In the day time he wasnt as clingy.  However we always had his little bed on our bed so he would learn that where ever his bed was is where he was suppose to lay. Eventually it was moved to the floor of the same room and later out the room.

But we loved the bugger so after some years we would let him in without the bed or he would sleep on our bed. When he had access to his bed he would go lay on it.
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What was the problem with the puppy sleeping with you?


imo, they need to learn their space first. if you start it off in the bed, he'll never learn otherwise
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How long can a dog hold its pee while you at work?
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Southern is right...get a cute little kennel and place it in your room...the pup wants to see you and know where you are.  Like a new born baby that cries all through the night...you don't give up and give the baby a way.  My husband hates when I compare babies to animals....but sometimes if you can't see it that way then maybe you should not get a pup if it is easy to give it away.   What breed are you leaning towards?
 
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Originally posted by Addicted19034 Addicted19034 wrote:

How long can a dog hold its pee while you at work?
 
Depends on the size and age of the dog also health.   What age breed are you concerned with?
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my pups were about 4 weeks i think.. i know they were younger than they're supposed to be. You're typically not supposed to take them from their mother for 8 weeks i think. i had to feed them from a bottle. 

they did whine all night.. but they slept with each other so they were ok. 
one thing i hated was that they would like lay in 69 position and suck each others wee wee's... they were really too young. 

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Originally posted by SoutherNtellect SoutherNtellect wrote:

Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

What was the problem with the puppy sleeping with you?


imo, they need to learn their space first. if you start it off in the bed, he'll never learn otherwise
 
IA.  But there are alternatives.  Would love to know what breed she is referring to in her original post.
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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

my pups were about 4 weeks i think.. i know they were younger than they're supposed to be. You're typically not supposed to take them from their mother for 8 weeks i think. i had to feed them from a bottle. 

they did whine all night.. but they slept with each other so they were ok. 
one thing i hated was that they would like lay in 69 position and suck each others wee wee's... they were really too young. 

 
Cry  poor babies...what happened to them?
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Keep his kenel outside of your door where he can see you
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