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Old 11-29-2012, 05:20 PM   #11
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OK, another quick update- it looks like whatever it was clicked with Oscar again. My husband just called me all excited because he was upstairs with the dogs, adn OScar stopped paying and ran downstairs. My hubby followed him and he was at the back door sitting very nicely. My hubby let him out and he peed! I am not 100% confident in him YET, but it looks like we are back in business!
That's fantastic, but remember he had an accident yesterday. You need to continue to supervise him VERY carefully for quite a while more, building those "correct" experiences for a good period of time to make up for so many accidents over the last week or so.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:23 PM   #12
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Oh goodness, that is good news. Blaze was neutered today, he has been doing great with housebreaking lately, but was a challenge for a while.. He never pees in beds, and never in his crate. He does great for long stretches. His accidents are usually poop, and usually my lapse in watching him close enough. We gate him where we can see him, and he is not allowed upstairs. (his favorite place to poop). I am going now to pick him up at the vet. Glad I read this, will take EXTRA care to watch him close!!!!
Kodi didn't relapse as a result of neutering, but they all seem to at one point or another. The key is to catch it early and get right on top of it so it doesn't become a habit. I'd watch Blaze, but I wouldn't be EXPECTING a problem.

I thought he was your little conformation dog, though, no?
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:29 PM   #13
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He has even learned to throw up in the bathtub since that's where I used to run with him when he would get sick!

LOL, either Isabella is extraordinarily healthy or she's managed to do it in private and clean up afterward (sorry for the visual). Two days ago was the first time I ever saw her do it and I was so freaked, I didn't know what was happening to her . . .but she jumped up in my lap and that's where it happened.

The little dears . . .
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