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    I have an 11 month old German Shepherd that is becoming problematic. I
    predict his behavior is only going to worsen. He doesnt come when called,
    he doesnt sit (after I spent months training him to come and to sit). His
    hearing is selective. Hes becoming aggressive. He is constantly play
    biting. He still will not potty train, which is my biggest issue with him.
    He just had diarrhea all over my Karastan rug in the dining room. I know
    youre not supposed to do it because its going to make them “fear” you and
    all that, but I went ahead and rubbed his nose in it. It was just a minute
    after he had eliminated in the dining room. I have crate trained him from
    day 1. That doesnt work. He pisses and shits in his crate. He cant hold
    himself. He is irregular with when he goes. It has nothing to do with when
    he eats or drinks. He eats and drinks on a consistent basis. First thing in
    the morning, and no later than 4pm. He just goes to the bathroom at
    irregular times, and he WILL piss and shit where he sleeps. He just does it
    then barks for me to come and clean it up. Im thinking of sending him to
    the pound because im really disappointing with him and dont know what to do

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  • Alan Diaz says:

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  • Nathaniel Richards says:

    Do it this way so much better

  • Trey Da Trainer says:

    What about dogs that hate potty pads? What’s your answer?

  • Thushar m.v says:

    I own a year and a half old lab…I have seen many vids on youtube…n
    trained her to do alot of things…but I recently moved to an
    apartment…she is used to goin potty in the rest room of my old
    house…here she potties right in front if the main door…I have tried to
    do everything every vid says.i take her out n stay at a place for
    hours…but she only does her thing as soon we reach our apartment
    door…if I don do something soon…I migbt have to give her up ad the
    neighbours have seen this a couple of times n are askin me to give her
    away….plz help

  • leanna ratliff says:

    ok iv been doing that and i got her to not pee every where but she still
    whats to poop on every thing even in her cage

  • Yogesh Ghatage says:

    I have a problem i take dog to go out side and she tells him different
    words to go and we took hin to the beach one day and he didn’t go wen we
    got home he pee and poop why he does this is it healthy for him to hold it
    like dat help

  • Natelie Richardson says:

    I got my husky wolf hybrid from the shelter. I can tell he was harshly
    punished from his previous home. He is six months old roughly. But the
    sweetest thing ever. I have read that wolf hybrids try to mark their “den”
    home by peeing and pooping on the floor. And I have firmly told him no and
    put his paw on the door and told him outside. But the problem is I will
    take him outside to go to use the bathroom, but he will not do it. I will
    stay outside for an hour and nothing. five minutes of being in the house he
    any suggestions ? 

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  • ralph p says:

    I think I have a very complicated situation and I don’t know where to start
    explaining. I am based in Saudi Arabia and dogs here aren’t really pets or
    even animals for most people (No offense to Arabs).

    I found my dog, a German Shepherd, walking aimlessly in the highway. I took
    him in before something bad happens. He’s been with me for over two months
    now and my only problem with him is that he almost always steps on his poop.

    Now, I can’t take him for a walk outside because I’m afraid people might do
    something to him. I’ve never heard of friends of mine who have dogs or have
    seen people walking their dogs so basically my dog stays in my room and I
    have built for him an enclosed space near the bathroom. I made it because
    he bites things even if I had already bought him stuff for his teeth. Also,
    I work from 2-10 PM. When I get home his space is just a mess with his
    poop all over and on his paws so most days he gets a shower. Though, I’ve
    made a routine with him that I feed him on a particular time and I pick up
    his poop which I kinda figured out when he does it but its just the time
    when I’m sleeping or when I’m away that he steps on his poop.

    Please help.

  • Chris Matar says:

    How long does it take for my dog to stop peeing in the house? (Hes 3
    months old)

  • Yogesh Ghatage says:

    do potty training – always peed in crate as a puppy, no matter what and one
    night I decided to led her roam freely in the room and guess what? She
    didn’t pee or poo anywhere. Every since, we RARELY put her in her crate.

  • Yogesh Ghatage says:

    Hi lests find the video-“Do potty training”


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