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B-Baby 1 child; 1 angel baby; CARROLLTON, Virginia 1769 posts
8th Sep '12
Quoting Rumpelstiltskin:" What is an inground fence? And if it works that's good! Just like with kids, you have to be very consistent ... [snip!] ... having someone train it (a pro) since SO doesn't do the best job! He still believes in rubbing their noses in their pee.. :( "

oh no that what we did! haha but luckley potty training was our problem... but an inground fence is where theres a wire just under the ground and they have a shock color on, if the dog runs past the underground wire they get shocked! cruel at first but they edventually learn their boundries... at this point i think its our only option...

Emily Thorne 2 kids; Quetzaltenango, Guatemala 26302 posts
8th Sep '12
Quoting B-Baby:" oh no that what we did! haha but luckley potty training was our problem... but an inground fence is where ... [snip!] ... they get shocked! cruel at first but they edventually learn their boundries... at this point i think its our only option..."


Rubbing their noses in their pee is actually really mean and there are better ways... but, SO is kind of "old fashioned" in many parenting ways!

B-Baby 1 child; 1 angel baby; CARROLLTON, Virginia 1769 posts
8th Sep '12
Quoting Rumpelstiltskin:" Rubbing their noses in their pee is actually really mean and there are better ways... but, SO is kind of "old fashioned" in many parenting ways!"

whoops! ment it wasnt our problem just the running and chewing... we tried the puppy pads at first but after she would pee on it ( if it all even made it on there) she would ripp it up! and that was messsssy!