Opportunity is vital! Rubbing their nose in it isn't necessary. But a pinch on the back of their neck- as their mother would do- can tell them quickly that you don't approve. And praise and reward is very important- encourages them to want to do it. And Love Love Love! But how could you not with a puppy!?

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Just as a side note I have 2 -6 mOnth old puppies.... ^.^

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I had a dog with the same issues so finally he would do his duty in the house I would rub his nose in it and toss him out the door, well he caught on cause after about 2 weeks he would do his duty in the house rub his own nose in it and jump through the door.

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lol i had to read your answer 3x!

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Im toilet Training my puppy at the moment too. Ive put some newspaper down close to the back door. If he doesnt pee on it and I catch him peeing on the floor, I first say no to the pee on the floor and then put him on the paper and pat him and I say good boy, peepee on the paper. He has started going straight to the paper and I praise him. Apparantly puppies only have short term memory, so if you find a pee on the floor that they have done a while ago there is no use in telling them off, they dont know what they have done wrong. My puppy is 8 weeks old. Have you tried looking for advice on the net? I stillhavent got the poo's under wraps yet, but he has found a certain spot in the house that he does it. I'm taking him to puppy school in a couple of weeks.

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short term memory? that is true... thanks i'll remember that next time 8)

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Give em back.

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Start with paper over the whole floor. Then take a piace away each few days till there is only one piece of paper left. And a cork may help also.

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a cork? wonder what the cork does?

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