"I keep telling your brother we need to try staying in a pet friendly hotel just to see what it's like in case we are ever in the position where we have to, but he hasn't agreed yet :) Riley would probably be the annoying one for us!"
"I certainly don't think so. I have friends who have never boarded their dog and pay out the nose for someone to stay with their dog in their house - which is great for some people, but if they ever needed to board/leave their dog in someone…"
Location: Seattle-ish, WA
Birth Order: youngest of 2, only girl
Family: Husband, no kids
Education: Hope College & Michigan State University
Occupation: University Recruiter at a tech…"
"We had to ban Sammy from our second floor for the same reason, when we went upstairs he went in his crate until he was old enough to "get it". He's 7 months old now, and hasn't had an accident since he was 14 weeks. …"
"The Poochie Bells are a good idea. I used to have them in our bedroom with Lucca when he was a pup but until he got a little older he still had accidents. Taking him out BEFORE you bring him upstairs at least could give you a little more time but…"
"I subscribe to the take them outside every 50 minutes to go potty method---unless they are in a crate. Seems to be the only foolproof way for me to make sure we don't have accidents. Eventually, they figure it out....plus the length…"
"Is there someplace near the stairs you could hang poochie bells. It is recommended you hang them at the door they are to go out, but I do not know why you could not train him to ring them when he has to go downstairs. Our doodle learned…"
Hello all! Tuxedo is 17 weeks now, growing up and doing great with potty training. That is, doing great with potty training when he's on our main floor (where he goes outside). When Tux comes upstairs with us (where laundry, offices, and bedrooms are), he doesn't know how to tell us he needs to go out, and has pooped upstairs twice and peed once. Any advice when we need to be upstairs (i.e. doing laundry, getting ready in the morning) and he doesn't know how to tell us?Oh, and of course we…See More
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