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tl;dr puppy takes forever to pee outside (if at all) even after I fill her up with water.
Some backstory for ya'll.
My partner and I recently adopted a Border Collie/Black Lab mix, and she's great! She's super smart (already knows sit/lay down/shake) and prays for her food. She's a little bitey as all pups are, but she's slowly getting over it. She's got a touch of separation anxiety, but her Kong fixes that. So, honestly, she's a joy to be around!
Until I try taking her outside to pee.
She's just passed the 4 month mark. We've been taking her on walks for the past 3 weeks, and it's uncommon for her to pee outside.
Of course, we bring her back in, and she goes right to the puppy pad. She's got no signal (that we're aware of) to let us know she's about to pee, whether indoors or outdoors.
I'm fully aware that she's only 4 months old and that it's perfectly normal for her to not be able to hold her bladder. I find it confusing that she'll pee inside 3 times in 20 minutes, but it takes her over two hours to pee outside.
Before they're recommended, we've already tried/we already do the following:
Praise her like CRAZY when she pees outside No more praising for peeing on puppy pads Bringing soiled puppy pads/paper towels outside Fling her up with water before taking her out Consistent eating schedule
Any advice would be appreciated! I've had dogs before and potty training them was a breeze, and with the Border Collie intelligence, I thought this would be, too.
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