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My wiener dog is pissing me off, what do?

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posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 09:47 AM
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Yeah , got this 5 year old Dachshund from my mother who got it from a divorced wife . I have zero clue how they trained her

The dog is perfect, but when I walk her , she sniffs on rocks, tree's , houses, plants, random animal scat , etc....

She does all this outside and craps on the floor ass soon as I bring her in




posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 09:54 AM
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Maybe try keeping her outside in your backyard and only letting her in after she has done her business. I'm no dog whisperer but maybe that will help her get the message.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 09:56 AM
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My brother and his wife trained there dogs to go on paper in their dog kennel box inside the house and would not go outside either.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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what else can you do other than kick it.



no no no no.

Just leave the dog out longer until it can't hold its pooh anymore and continue to do this until it realizes the sooner it poohs the sooner it gets in.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:41 PM
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It sounds to me she always crapped inside and never was taken out for a walk.

Does she eat food after you bring her in?

Do you leave her food bowl out all the time?

A dog moves its bowels after it eats.

It goes in one end and shortly after comes out the other end.

I live with 8 Chihuahuas and they will eat then go outside and crap.

Pick up her food bowl.

Feed her and then walk her she will probably do her business while outside.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by Oneolddude
It sounds to me she always crapped inside and never was taken out for a walk.
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Are puppy pee pads available around you anywhere? If not, they're available over the internet, if you want to have an easier mess to clean up. I haven't tried them, but I'm thinking of it for my Shihtzu. Right now he keeps peeing next to the kitty litter box. He has a point, since the cat goes there, and they are the same size...




A dog moves its bowels after it eats.
It goes in one end and shortly after comes out the other end.
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Weirdly enough, I have 1 dog, out of the 3, that wants outside to poop right before she eats. Like she's emptying out, and making room for food. Then she doesn't go for hours, or until before her next meal. You have to observe when the dog wants to go, in relation to the food that gets eaten, but yes, The olddude is right, most will go shortly after eating.



Feed her and then walk her she will probably do her business while outside.


And get ready to grab the dog to take back outside if circling/squatting for a poop.
Once the dog poops outside, remember to shower the dog with praise. Positive training works the best.
edit on 6-12-2010 by snowspirit because: because I'm stuck in a box and can't get out




posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 04:33 PM
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I wish you luck!!!!!!!!!! My sis has 3 labs and a weiner and the weiner is by far the most difficult to train and no it would not use the puppy pads either.

She would just pick his little behind up every time he sat to do his business and bring him outside. It is now a year later and he will go to the door when he has to pee, but the other is still proving problematic.

Also, for this to work you have to be with you dog 24/7 so............. as I said good luck.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 06:18 PM
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Do you scold the dog after he has 'been' in the house?

It was explained to me that the dog will think you are scolding him for 'going' rather than realise that you are scolding him for 'where' he went.

So he will hold it in all the time you are out and watching him and then as soon as you are inside and leave him on his own he will do it, hoping to avoid being told off since you didn't see him.

Don't know how much that will help but at least it might explain what the dog is thinking



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