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Old 09-24-2009, 07:47 PM   #1
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Angry Still not potty trained @ 11 months!!! Help!!!

Wow how to even summarize what all I hv been through with my sweet 4 lb. little Chloe...she even went to a trainer to stay for almost a mo. where I spent $1,000 just to get back a dog on a schedule and can now walk on a leash and sit and come when called! Yippppeee I have had her on her schedule...I take her out of the crate and outside every morning at 6:30 AM I tell her to potty and the funny thing is is that she does. She gets that! She looks up at me while she is going and wants me to see it. Of course we seem to hv this party outside ea. time we do this complete with a treat! The trainer also had me do the click n treat thing and I have decided that is not at all realistic. It is also not realistic that I go out and stand in the yard with her each time she goes. She needs to at least be able to go on her own instead of me going to the edge of the grass with her...And that is just a pee...I hv to get her to go and poop now...(I hv. also tried to ignore her until she goes pee and poop but after the pee she darts rt. bk. to me) So I tell her potty several more times and she will sniff around and finally go. I carry her back in, she goes back in the crate to eat and I finally pour my first cup of much needed coffee! Then out again ab. an hour later. 9x out of 10 she will only pee not poop....she is on a leash when she is out of the crate in the house...I can not give her ANY freedom b-c she WILL pee. I am so frustrated b-c I dont feel lk. I have made any progress except following a sched. which I did 9 yrs. ago when my son was a baby I am seriously about done...overwhelmed and so frustrated. I have spoken to all kinds of trainers and I am still at this place with her. Tonight for ex. I had taken her out and she peed 2x, brought her in and put her on her leash. My boys brought her upstairs while I was only a few min. behind in the kitchen. They put the leash on the door knob while they put on their pj's and bam! she peed again on the carpet! SHe has/is again just b-c I am convinced this is not normal on an antibiotic for a bladder infection however the vet said her urinalysis came bk. clean...I have seriously tried it all! I DO NOT want her on a potty pad as I think that is only encouraging them to pee in the house and especially carpet b-c the 2 feel the same to dogs. That is not even an option as I did that once with my Chi and could never get her trained. I want a dog to be a part of the family and can actually walk around a room without me having to literally watch every step...its just exhausting. At this point I would seriously pay someone again if someone would just guarantee housebreaking. I just don't think I can do this much longer. I love little Chloe but she is making me really want to try and find her another family. Anyone know any form of magic I can do...please please....
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It is very hard to potty train an older dog but it can be done. It's very hard to give advice based on your post. Was this dog older when you got her??? In the 40 years of raising dogs (several different breeds) I have found that if they aren't trained by 6 months you may have to live with an untrained dog. You could always use diapers when shes running around in the house to insure she doesn't soil the carpet
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Hmmm. Both of my babies were over a year old when they were fully potty trained and we've had them since they were 10 & 13 wks old. They go outside and on a potty pad - but I chose it to be that way. Yorkies are hard to potty train - no doubt about it. Was the trainer you used familiar with Yorkies? Or at least small breeds? I know they don't think there's a difference - but I believe there is. I've lived with or owned a Shepard, Lab, Boston Terrier, Cocker Spaniel and Yorkies - and the last 2 were the hardest to potty train. I don't know what to say - I guess we just didn't think giving up was an option.

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Maybe she is very stressed at going to another home, then back to yours.
My dogs are pad and outside trained with no problems at all. I put the pads down at night and if I go somewhere that I can't take them.
She could also be "marking" her home. Males are not the only ones who do this.
I use to foster Yorkies, and I had them at all ages, and all but one had to be house trained, and only one never would train. He was a very old senior and I think he must have suffered from dementia and incontinent.
There are many books on how to house train if you are willing to give it a shot.
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It sounds as though u r really discouraged & it is very frustrating. I remember so well going through that stage, but the only thing that really worked for us was praise, praise, praise. Some really want to stay close by your side, which is why she is constantly watching for you when she's going outside. She is very small, so she could be frightened outside to be far from you.
I also remember wanting my girl to be able to play and have room to run around in the house, but we had to go back to step one. She would be playing with us with the ball & suddenly stop to go to the bathroom right there. She was just excited about playing & forgot. So back to being secluded in one small area was what worked, but not in a kennel constantly.
Puppy pads worked great for us, but I know u don't want to use them. It really helps to be disciplined about keeping them in their own small space to get use to the puppy pads. Bella never has accidents inside. I thought it might be a good option since u r so discouraged about her going outside. Most who are puppy pad trained also have no problem going outside as well.

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Welcome to YT! Take heart, your dog still has a month to do before she officially flunks potty school. It can take up to a year to potty train a yorkie, and as cj125 said, in rare cases, it does take longer.

I am curious about the trainer. Did you give her to the trainer to get her potty trained, or were there other behavioral problems as well?

Is she spayed? As another poster said, it's not uncommon for females to mark.

I agree that the moving may have stressed her - Thor is potty trained (pads and outdoors), but he completely loses it when there's a major change in his life (eg, he comes to work with me, and we moved offices; also when I adopted him from his first owners).

Have you tried really committing to watching her with BOTH eyes when she is out of her crate? You need to catch her the second she starts to squat and take her outside.

Have you tried crate training, and gradually increasing the area she is allowed in? Dogs generally won't soil their den, but for a small dog, a house is a huge place. When I was training Thor, I kept him in a crate, then one room, then half the hallway, then all of the hallway, then the bathroom, then part of the dining room, etc. It still took quite a while.

Also, are you cleaning up after her with an enzyme cleaner? If not, she may be smelling places she's already peed, and if she's a marker, she'll have a strong urge to pee there again.

Hope some of this helps. Let us know how it's going. If you give more information on techniques you've tried, people may be able to give more specific advice. Good luck.
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It is very hard to potty train an older dog but it can be done. It's very hard to give advice based on your post. Was this dog older when you got her??? In the 40 years of raising dogs (several different breeds) I have found that if they aren't trained by 6 months you may have to live with an untrained dog. You could always use diapers when shes running around in the house to insure she doesn't soil the carpet
She was 4 months old and I got from a breeder who told me that she was crate trained and on her way to house breaking...yeah rt.! I have tried indoor grass which she did pee on but not poop and the smell was too hard to deal with even after cleaning every 2 days. That smell just didnt come out...As I said she went to a trainer...they tried to target train her to go in one place in the yard...she didnt do it for me but has found 2 different places she likes on her own. I know she is smart b-c she does some basic commands like come, sit and walks on the leash and stops on command. I also know she very stubborn but know that is a terrier trait b-c I have a 14 year old Schnauzer. I am getting ready to spend more money on another very experienced trainer to see what he thinks.
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Welcome to YT! Take heart, your dog still has a month to do before she officially flunks potty school. It can take up to a year to potty train a yorkie, and as cj125 said, in rare cases, it does take longer.

I am curious about the trainer. Did you give her to the trainer to get her potty trained, or were there other behavioral problems as well?

Is she spayed? As another poster said, it's not uncommon for females to mark.

I agree that the moving may have stressed her - Thor is potty trained (pads and outdoors), but he completely loses it when there's a major change in his life (eg, he comes to work with me, and we moved offices; also when I adopted him from his first owners).

Have you tried really committing to watching her with BOTH eyes when she is out of her crate? You need to catch her the second she starts to squat and take her outside.

Have you tried crate training, and gradually increasing the area she is allowed in? Dogs generally won't soil their den, but for a small dog, a house is a huge place. When I was training Thor, I kept him in a crate, then one room, then half the hallway, then all of the hallway, then the bathroom, then part of the dining room, etc. It still took quite a while.

Also, are you cleaning up after her with an enzyme cleaner? If not, she may be smelling places she's already peed, and if she's a marker, she'll have a strong urge to pee there again.

Hope some of this helps. Let us know how it's going. If you give more information on techniques you've tried, people may be able to give more specific advice. Good luck.

Oh yes trust me I have tried IT ALLl to the point of carrying her with me to lay on my boys bed while I say their prayers at night. We are hoping that God will help us with her to She cant be given more space b-c she will sometimes even go in the crate. I have had her at the vet and on antibitoics 2x for UTI. The second time I asked for one b-c I was convinced that she still had it however now I don't know? I am going to the vet AGAIN tomorrow and have the run a urinalysis. She just also wants to be with me all of the time. She has never had an accident while on the leash near me...she also doesnt not bark or anything to even try and give me a sign that she needs to go out.
I will not resort to diapers as I think in my opinion as giving up. Plus I have been there and done that with children and refuse to do that for the next 15 years of my life.
I am having a very experience trainer come over this weekend to try and access her and the situation.
Oh and no she did not go to stay with the trainer for 3 weeks for any discipline issues. She is perfect with all of that and they taught her basic commands while she was there...sit, come, walking on the leash and stopping on command. Yes the goal was to house break her which obviously was a real waste of my money. What I didnt realize is that she had her in a crate (which she is very crate trained) and basically kept her on a strict schedule. I have followed her schedule...she actually said I was taking her out to much and she only went potty 3x a day! So I am truly trying and searching for a solution. I know Yorkies are tough to train b-c I have a schnauzer and in my experience as well as everyone I meet terriers are tough with their strong "I'll do what I want". So do you see why I am at a real loss. I have made her my project to say to get her trained as I am usually not a person to cave and give up but this time it may be worth it b-c of all of the stress she is causing. The entire family has had it and are tired of living around letting her out constantly and not ever being able to let her just run around in a room and play without stressing out that we may look away and she will pee. She is in her crate and sometimes more then I want her to be b-c we have a very busy life. My husband's opinion is that our life isn't conducive for this and the stress it causes me is making evreyone miserable....I do truly care about her and dont want to resort to getting rid of her.
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Welcome to YT! Potty training can take 2 months, 2 weeks, 2 years or 65 days, lol. There is no set rule that they flunk out if not trained after a year, or that they can't be trained after 6 months.

It is possible she is marking, has she been spayed?
It really does take consistency and patience, I have four dogs ranging from 2 years to 14 and I still praise them when they go (not every time but at least once a day) They are all trained to potty pads/grass and to go outside when I am here. It didn't happen over night.

IMHO, if you are going to pay someone again to help you with the training, I would highly recommend you find someone that will come to your home
and help you do the training.

Also, I noticed you said you carry her inside every time after you've been out. I would not do that, let her walk outside and also let her walk back inside when she is finished with potty.
Sorry I forgot to add if you carry her around all the time to avoid the accidents, she'll never learn what is expected of her as far as potty habbits go.

Have you tried potty bell training? We have a search function at the top of this page, just type in bell training, potty bells etc, you will find a lot of great info
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hmmm...I do let her walk back in most of the time actually however when she wants to start just playing around and obviously isn't going to go I do carry her in and put her back in her crate.
She is spayed and no I dont think its marking. I use 2 different products to clean up. I have just thrown out beds b-c there is no way in my opinion to get it out. Now I have learned to put an old hand towel in:0 She dosent pee in her crate every nt. actually in the beginning when I got her she did but she has 2x in the past week. Once I think she was just in there to long which was our fault. Yesterday after my husband let her out she peed on her towel less then an hour later. She had a larger crate b-c I wanted her to have more room however with accidents she is back in the small crate. So she peed the other nt. like I mentioned in the tiny crate!
Yes the trainer I have coming is coming to the house however I am not to optimistic that we will find a solution. Oh did I mention that we also have a doggie door? She knows how to use it well b-c I have a schnauzer as well and she follows him which I thought she would do more of what he does you know? Uhhh frustrated is all I can say
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Thanks I have also bought some of the house breaking books...Trust me I really have tried it to the point of keeping her on the leash if not in her crate when she is in the house. And that is a real pain...I dont think she was stressed about going to the trainers house as she did learn and was very obident with her manners. The issue in my opinion was that yes she was doing geat training but it was not realistic b-c she didnt have in loose in her house and doing the give her more space and keeping it clean. She was in her crate and on a strict schedule. The schedule is a good thing however I am not at all convinced it will get her potty trained just putting her in and out and taking her out every time she comes out. If that was it then she would surely have been trained 6 mo. ago. I really dont want to do pads as in my past experience with Chi it only leads to them having the same feeling on carpet. That isnt a road I want to go down again especially when sometimes you cant even tell they have peed on the carpet until it starts to smell and you have to then find out where...I actually replaced an entire room of carpet, costing me $1k, b-c of my Chi....
Thanks for your thoughts...at this point I am praying alot for little Chloe
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I can't really give any other advice -- it's all been given.

I just wanted to chime in though... you can't really expect her to be trained by someone else and then listen to you. I wish potty training was that simple! lol. I gladly would have paid someone money to make my dog potty trained but it doesn't work that way most of the time. If the dog is living with you full time, she needed to learn to go in her home and her territory, not somewhere else w/ another person and then be expected to just know where to go. And I find that when you're working more one on one with your dog, people can get better reactions out of the dog.

I wanted to add though that you're doing a great job and don't give up! You sound like you've tried a ton and I give you credit for that! Potty training these little ones is HARD. Jackson still occasionally have an accident and he's 11 months old. He's fine everywhere in the house mostly but he's not trustworthy upstairs at all. I call him 99% potty trained!
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The bell training really isnt an option though for us as I have a very large home (6500 sq. ft.) so most likely we would hear her. I love that idea though!We have a doggie door and she knows how to use it...the issue is is that it goes into the garage and then we have a second doggie door that goes outside. She uses both to go out and play when I actually let her. I am thinking that maybe if I put the x pen behind the door in the garage so she cant come back in the second door that she would possibly get always going out? I would try that if I thought it would work. We have a fenced in yard so safety would be a huge issue and of course I would only do for a little bit while I was home.
Thanks for your thoughts hoping I can get her trained b-c I really love her but cant do this for another year. Its to much stress on my family and my husband has really had it with it all.
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Thanks...uhh I am trying thats for sure and have spent a ton of money already on her!The trainer thing though was a joke...just getting her on schedule was basically all I got with the exception of sit, come and waling on the leash and stopping on command....$1,000 for that...BIG DISAPPOINTMENT to say the least.
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Thanks yes the pad is my last option with the idea of getting her outside all of the time. Its frustrating that I can't give her even a small half bath to keep clean as of yet. I have an x pen and only had it pulled out to 4 panels and that was an issue as well.
She loves being outside b-c we have another dog who she loves chasing around. So that not it and she will come in through the dog door if I leave her out for a little bit. She does look for my approval your def. rt. on that She looks at me when she goes potty and I was giving her treats every time she went up until maybe 4-5 days ago b-c I also want her to realize that you go potty to go not just get a treat b-c I hope that I dont always have to stand there and say go potty forever The trainer also did the click and treat concept with pottying which again I think is very unrealistic. I have also stopped that. I am going to put the treats by the door again however she will go without them. You would think we are having a party out back when she goes especially when we get a poopie...its like way to go girl!!!
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