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 Location:Sacramento, CA (United States)
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Age:12 years 30 days

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New dox-bull puppy is confused

a puppy at that age (which you shouldnt even have cuz its illegal) should be out to potty EVERY HOUR dogs can start holding it for long hours once they are about 5-6 months of age. also you should never expect a 14 year old to solely care for the dog by himself. they just wont do it. i had a pitbull puppy that i would take our every hour and by the time she was 10 weeks she was fully potty trained but i kept with this schedule. and when she woke up at 3 in the morning i took her out again played with her a little and put her back in her kennel. puppies will need to potty when they first wake up, after play time, after an meal time, before bed and sometimes even during play time they will just stop and pee. you need to watch your dogs body language. if the dog is sniffing about it obviously needs to go out and pee.

New dox-bull puppy is confused | Pottytraining/Housetraining

Posted: 4/3/2011 2:27:31 PM




Looking for the right crossbreed for me

i honestly wouldnt recommend that you get a dog. dogs take a lot of time and need plenty of exercise (yes even the small ones) you have to remember that dogs were bred to fulfill a purpose and if not having their needs met they can be quite destructive. my dogs get 5 hours of vigorous play and plenty of mental stimulation. you cant just get a dog and expect it to sit around the house with only being walked once a day....im sorry but i would suggest a cat....

Looking for the right crossbreed for me | New Members

Posted: 4/3/2011 2:22:57 PM




Please help lol already worried to death and she hasn't even been born!

also most breeders dont let people come into their home until the pups are 6 weeks and recieve their first shots. you can risk the pups getting parvo by getting a lot of traffic throughout the house if they dont have their shots. seeing as she doesnt take her dogs to the vet anymore is a sign that i would find a new breeder. EVERY pregnant dog needs to see the vet all throughout her pregnancy and even needs a shot after the pups are born to clear out any infection. i would find a new breeder in my honest opinion

Please help lol already worried to death and she hasn't even been born! | Health Concerns

Posted: 4/3/2011 1:53:53 PM


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