Tell me about it, Licorice stops just short of running into the door and
starts to squat, admittedly though, she seems to be very bright and hasn't
had a 'poop' accident inside for a few days! and hasn't had any accidents
inside her crate either! we will be bell training her eventually, when she
is fully housebroken...
> In my very little experience...it's 15 minutes after a drink, 30 minutes
> after eating. I also observed what Nitecatz said....
> Obviously the pup isn't processing that water or food that quickly, it's
> just pushing out the previous! but I thought I'd better say that incase I
> sound too stupid.
> Sammy will be 9 weeks tomorrow.
> I'd be interested in what others say!
> There's a definite sign that Sammy needs the toilet. He has "POO" written
> all over his face when he's gonna do it! My face has
> written all over it. T'here's NO time between when they wanna, and when
> they're gonna.
> > I know I came accross this in a few readings and on t.v. and other
> > but oddly my brain is not remembering it...
> > how long after eating should a pup go to the bathroom. I thought it was
> > minutes/week old it is, and now I'm thinking months old, etc... meaning
> > really how long can they hold it?
> > I'm going to search through the books that I have, which isn't many, as
> > can borrow as many books I want from hubbys workplace concerning this.
> > sure I saw it on a dog training program, right after dogs with jobs.
> > haven't seen it since.
> > anyhow, thanks...