But is my new puppy fully housetrained? The answer is ...
I had another thought that I shared with Amber's mom: When a fully housetrained dog starts urinating and/or defecating in the house, one must get thee and thine dog to a veterinarian to rule out a medical cause!
My husband and I have used a diaper with our Scottie, who started urine-marking indoors when we moved to a house that, previously, had been occupied by a dog who wasn't well housetrained
. After more than a year of scrupulous management, we are now giving Dubhy supervised freedom without the band, and he's doing well.
He is a good traveller and fully housetrained
but would benefit from training to build his confidence.
He can be left for several hours and is housetrained
He is housetrained
and has lived with children for more than 10 years.
She walks well on the lead and is housetrained
but would require a home where there are no cats.
She can live with a family with children, is suitable to be left during the day and is housetrained. Her favourite game is chasing a frisbee, she is a friendly dog but would need to be an only pet.
He is housetrained and could live with a family with older children and maybe younger if he was given some time out.
He is fully housetrained, used to travelling in the car and enjoys a good game of fetch.
She is fully housetrained, travels well but because she is stressed in kennels gets ignored.
He is good when left and fully housetrained
. He loves to play with toys - especially squeaky ones.