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Old 03-14-2010, 06:44 AM   #1
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Okay, i need help now...
My lil Yuuki is almost 3 months now, n very healthy n energetic...he is soooo adorable..

here's my problems though..
1. potty train...
So, every morning n b4 he sleeps, i take him out for like half an hour more or less, but he hardly want to go..sometimes he did most of the time he didnt..n in the day,when im not home, my mom or lil sis would take him out every 2hrs to do his business, but he still peed everywhere inside the house.....sometimes poop too...
whats worst, we rarely caught him in the act...when we follow him around, he didnt do it..but when we let him out of sight for a few minutes, voila...new puddle in the corners..
we cant watch him all the time, but we never leave him alone..
i tried to put newspaper on the corner in case he want to pee in the house, he can use that, but hey, when no one around, he destroyed it...shred it into pieces..
i'm thinking bout using litter box, is it a good idea?


2. teach him his name...
Im trying to teach him his name, but he doesn't seem to catch on...
It's been two weeks since i brought him home..
he wouldnt come if i call him or if anybody else call him for that matter, even though i tried to give him reward, n make him pay attention, he only come when he saw the snack, he won't come if i call, if he didn't see the snack..his ears wont perk up at the sound of his name..so im sure he doesnt know his name..
any idea why? i used to hv dogs before this, not a yorkie though, they catch on very quickly with their name...

3. stop him from biting n nipping people's toes or hands..also stop him from following everybody around..
i tried to stop this habit, he is getting better, i notice, when he is not "high"..he seems to understand that we dont like it when he bite/nip..but, when he got over excited, like when he is playing n exercising (or as i said, when he is "high" ; lol), he bites, he didnt seems to care if we scold him ...he looooves toes...
what concern me is that lots of people visit my house, n lets face it, not everyone love dogs..
no matter whoever came, he would follow the person, tried to nip his toes..(like i said, at the moment, its pretty useless to call him, n to stop him from following whoever that come to my house, except if we pick him up, but its not a good solution) im afraid if the person freaked out, n jump, n might hurt Yuuki...


about my previous dogs, even though it's been years since i had em, i successfully get em to learn the rules very fast, it's weird why Yuuki hasnt catch on yet..i know he is still very young, but Willy, DeeDee, ToongToong, n Blacky were the about that young when i got em...perhaps its not good to compared them like that but i can't help it, everyone in the house were saying the same thing..

so i have to be patient, but i need to know if there is something wrong with the way i train him...
oh but u know what, im pretty excited coz he seems to understand the comand "sit" pretty well, i've been teaching him to sit these two days, n he sits very beautifully n rarely failed to do so..so i know he is smart...so why the problems above???
any advise will be appreciated...thanx

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Old 03-14-2010, 06:51 AM   #2
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First and foremost you have to remember he is a baby... at his age he should still be with his mother/littermates. You just need to give him more time and he will come around. Make sure you use his name as much as possible and every single time he looks at you after you call his name, give him a treat or lots of love. Soon enough he will be responding to his name.

As for the potty training, you need to be with him and watching him every single second, if you cant watch him he needs to go in his crate or expen... this way you can catch his accidents while they are happening... every time he gets to go in the house, it reinforces the behavior. Again, he is still a little baby so he cant hold it very long... if every two hours isnt enough, start taking him out every hour, you need to try and work around his schedule so that you set him up for success... every time he goes where you want him to you get to praise him, give him treats, and use it as a learning experience.

If you want to start using a litter box or pee pads, start now... sometimes that does work out better for these little guys because they know there is a place in the house where they can go whenever they need to.

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Very good advice from ArmaniMan...keep saying your pup's name whenever you are interacting with him, not just when you are trying to call for him. For instance, when petting or playing with him, say "My little Yuuki."

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You've already received very good advice. I just wanted to add that I've been reading from the more experienced yorkie people that yorkies mature a lot slower than the other dog breeds. They're "full grown" by a year but emotionally/mentally they take a little longer than other breeds. I saw in a thread the description of what ages what and how a yorkie develops (this is before 12 weeks of age) but I can't find it at the moment. I'll search for it later. Anyway, it sounds like your pup came to you before it's 12 weeks of age which means it didn't learn any social skills from it's mother and litter mates. Some of the things they learn are potty manners, (not fully potty trained, but mother and breeder help give them a head start) bite inhibition (where they learn from mom and siblings that biting actually hurts and they learn how to use their mouths properly) and they also learn how to socialize with humans. Those could be reasons why your Yuuki is nipping at people's toes, and peeing and pooping everywhere. As for the name, it takes a little time. Kaji came home on his first birthday and he was Bear for that first year of his life. In his new home he wouldn't even respond to Bear. It took him a while to fully adjust and learn Kaji was his name. Now he response to Pooper, Munchkin, Pawpaw, Bebe, Kachis, Kachito, and any other cutesy name we can think of.
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FOUND IT!
Originally posted by Mardelin, one of our Breeder/Exhibitors on this wonderful site:
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This is provided is in the Yorkshire Terrier Code of Ethics and Conduct.

Breeders will provide puppy buyers with written details of feeding, general care, date and types of a minimum of two (2) inoculations, as well as dates of wormings, grooming instructions, etc. and be available to offer future advice as needed. (with a minimum of 2 innoculations, that would be at week 12. The first innoculation given between the 8th and 9th week. The second innoculation at 12 weeks). Let me add he's still under a pound.....no puppy should leave a breeders home until 2 pounds or over.

All puppies leaving the breeders possession will be a minimum of twelve (12) weeks of age to facilitate adequate socialization as well as appropriate emotional and temperament development through interaction with siblings, dam and other dogs.

Here's some additional information

For the first twenty days: (and your pup is older than this)

The puppy needs Warmth, Food, Sleep, and Mother with as little handling by humans as possible. Just weigh them and make sure they are diapered.

Fourth week (21-28 days)

The puppy needs little else but Warmth, Food, Sleep, and Mother. All senses are functioning and the pup is aware of littermates (and yes they begin to growl at this time) It is extremely critical that puppy has contact with littermates and that introduction to human society is instituted slowly, and with control

Fifth through seventh weeks (29-49 days)

Now is a good time to socialize within the litter and with humans in their own territory. Puppy begins to respond to voices and is able to recognize people as different from canines. About this time the Mother has had enough of them and weaning can be done.

Eighth through through twelfth weeks (50-84 days)

The most impressionistic time for the pup. This is when Mother does the majority of training. Teaching them how what is acceptable, how to play and yes does potty training.

Thirteenth through sixteenth weeks (85-112 days)

The puppy needs Love, Attention, Discipline, Socialization, and Security. Puppy's mind is being influenced, and he can establish himself as a dominant being. Bad experiences with leash training can leave long lasting impressions. Leash train with great care. Praise for correct behavior is a valuable tool and shapes positive attitudes.
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Kaji came home on his first birthday and he was Bear for that first year of his life. In his new home he wouldn't even respond to Bear. It took him a while to fully adjust and learn Kaji was his name. Now he response to Pooper, Munchkin, Pawpaw, Bebe, Kachis, Kachito, and any other cutesy name we can think of.
Heeheeehee, cute!

That is interesting that Kaji would not respond to Bear. My Teddy was the same way -- wouldn't respond to his old name. I tested him for curiosity's sake because he answered to "Teddy" immediately -- as in, during the car ride home from the breeder. I didn't tell her what I was going to name him so she could not have trained him. Very strange.

Thank you for linking the post about development -- I learned from it too.
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Congrats on the new family member. Having a yorkie has been like having a constant toddler in the house and I LOVE IT!!! I've had completely different experiences with different yorkies I've owned. If he is biting give him a toy do NOT encourage his biting by petting or talking cute to him. A simple but stern NO for now should set him right. KEEP USING HIS NAME!!! And nothing but his name ... no baby, no boy, no dog, nothing but his name when talking sweet and good to him. I have had one yorkie who learned his name in a matter of days and the other ... well I slacked on her and now she is a little princess. We thought for a while she was deaf that's how long it took for her to learn her name. As for the potty training. Boys I have had a harder time with. Because they want to mark! Boy oh boy marking!!! I found that taking them out too often does more harm in potty training than help. If you need help with potty training I'll reply later with how I find is easier.
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Yeah...it's true, i got him when he was a little over two months...i have no idea that he wasnt suppose to be separated from his mother that young..i wouldnt do dat if i knew, believe me..
the breeder didnt tell me...r054 told me that in my country, usually breeder let us take the pups home when he is 2 months...man, they really do like shortcuts...urgh..kinda pissed me off..
i learn that its not suppose to be like that from this forum...
ah, well, i cant let him go back to the breeder's house now can i? so i just gotta be extra careful now..

okay, i know that he is still a baby...thx ArmaniMan i really wont let my eyes stray from him now, not even a second eh?coz that second is when the "accident" happen...n when i cant do so, im gonna put him on the crate..im buying the litter box today...
so let see if that will work..

Maximo, DvlshAngel985, n delicatepuzzle thx a lot too...
im gonna devote my time to teach him till he got it right...with all the love in my heart, im sure he will catch up soon...
n im gonna read through this forum bit by bit to help me on the process..

so guys...wish me luck
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Have you tried a puppy grass pee pad??

It has worked great for us. Chloe would fall of the wagon for a time but it was no doubt due to the ongoing run of visitors this winter. When she would slip up I would put a wee pad in the shower ( it's a large tiled walk-in) and close the door, wait until she went then clap, dance a jig and give her a treat.

She is currently doing very well. It sure helps if you have the time to all your time with them for a few days. After a particularly busy time with visitors and then at one point I left for a few days to welcome my son home from Afghanistan. When I returned home she was sooooooo naughty. Everything you have described. We were back to square one. It took a good week or so of never letting her out of my sight to get to where we are now. She would almost do it right in front of me.. very very naughty. I knew there had been way too much action though.. too many constant changes.

Once things quieted down she improved 100%. I'm not sure how you do it if you can't spend every waking minute with them when they're misbehaving so badly .

I highly recommend the puppy grass pad. Much less expensive over the long run than the wee pads.

No doubt when we head back to Michigan I'll be pulling my hair out again as everything will be totally new to her.

The more time you can spend with them the better is the key I think.
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well, Imma-captivated i admit i cant stay at home all the time, i gotta go to work..but he always got company..
so here how it goes on weekday, in the morning, i wud let him out, then after he finished poo or pee, i let him back into the house, then i play with him and feed him...
when im taking shower in the morning, my lil bro wud play with him, before i leave, i'd play again with him, let him out to pee or poo again...then, i go to work, n my mom take care of him in the morning, till my lil sis (she's in high school, so yeah, she is capable of taking care of him) come home from school around 1pm, then my sis wud keep an eye on him, then when im home, its my turn...
weekend its me all day, but of course, mom, lil sis, lil bro wud play with him also...
everybody adore him....
im wondering, is it bcoz too many people take care of him so he is more difficult?is it true that yorkie is a one master dog?
now, if dats true, what am i suppose to do?
we rarely put him in the crate except at night when he sleep...but from now on, we will put him there if we cant supervise 100%..
oh, one more thing, i take his crate to my room every night..every morning i take the crate out..is this confuse him??
at noon, he wud take a nap inside the crate sometimes, but most of the time, he prefer to sleep on the floor, perhaps bcoz its cooler, in the living room, there's no AC just a fan..

okay, guys, tell me whats wrong from what im doing, i'll fix it if i can..thx

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i'll check the grass pee pad thing, im not sure i can find it in indo, but im gonna get a litterbox today, so lets hope it will solve at least one of the prob...
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Honestly I think it's absolutely wonderful so many are willing to lend you a hand in your little boy's care. Just make sure that you all are doing the exact same thing with him. As in, everyone takes him out to potty every hour or two (whatever you do) on the hour and not a minute less. As long as it's consistent, I don't think it would be detrimental. Everyone should use the same correction, the same potty routine, same feeding routine, and on and on. If no one can watch him every second during the potty training process it is best to put him in an ex-pen or a crate. Maybe a good idea would be to keep his crate in your room, so he can always see that as his safe place, and then keep an ex-pen in the living room where your mom, sis and bro can have access to him, and have access to a safe place to put him if they need to do something he can't take part of.
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Honestly I think it's absolutely wonderful so many are willing to lend you a hand in your little boy's care. Just make sure that you all are doing the exact same thing with him. As in, everyone takes him out to potty every hour or two (whatever you do) on the hour and not a minute less. As long as it's consistent, I don't think it would be detrimental. Everyone should use the same correction, the same potty routine, same feeding routine, and on and on. If no one can watch him every second during the potty training process it is best to put him in an ex-pen or a crate. Maybe a good idea would be to keep his crate in your room, so he can always see that as his safe place, and then keep an ex-pen in the living room where your mom, sis and bro can have access to him, and have access to a safe place to put him if they need to do something he can't take part of.
so its not an issue that too many people are handling him??
gud then, that erase my worry..
okay, im gonna get my dad to build him another crate to put on my room....so i wont need to move it around...
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I completely agree with Angel985. I think consistancy is the key. You all need to be on the same page. I think yorkies are basically like kids. They'll try to get away with whatever they can. Keep a tight rein on him.

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potty training...
I wasn't thrilled about crate training, but i've heard that it is very effective. What i did was let Castor Pollux pee-- I'd clean it up but pay attention to where it happens. put a pee pad there. Dab some pee on the pad. So your pup will be going in his favorite spot AND he'll be inticed by the urine smell.

Name...
The younger the dog the more repititions this will take. I sat Castor Pollux on the couch with me and said his name. Because I was saying something he looked at me. So when I said Castor Pollux and he looked I quickly gave him a treat. I'd go further away and say Castor Pollux, he came-- he got a treat. Then I mixed it up I'd say Fido, Spot (other random doggy names) and when he ignored them I gave him a treat. Thats how he learned his name.

biting...
Remember that your dog has been with his litermates and thats how they play. He'll learn not to... if not everytime he bites let out a high pitched yelp. When littler mates play the only way they know the other dog is hurting and to stop is the high pitched screamy yelp thing. (that high pitched yelp will also make your dog drop whatever is in his mouth, that yelp is dog speak for ouch and they immediately stop/drop whatever)

having a puppy especially a yorkie is like having a kid that is recklessly independent and very needy at the same time
but your dog's behavior WILL improve as he learns, theres a lot of stuff he'll pick up on his own.
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