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I should preface this by saying, this is my first puppy and I have no idea what to do.
So my boyfriend and I went to Texas to get our sweet Nova who is a Mini Australian Shepard roughly 2 months ago. She’s 4 months old now and losing baby teeth. She knows “come, sit, stay (iffy, we have to repeat it about ever 5-7 seconds), drop it, tug (which is how we encourage good gentle play), crate up, up, and down. She was fully potty pad trained when she came to us which is wonderful. Now we want to bell train her to go potty outside. We got over the whole touching the bell by using treats to encourage the behavior, and now when she touches it she wants treats. She thinks her bell is 100% for just going outside not pottying outside. I’d say 2 times out of 10 when we go outside she won’t go potty unless it’s on a walk, and it’s usually not on command. How do we get her brain to switch from just going outside to going potty outside when she hits the bell? Do I need to fully take away her piddle pads until she understands it and deal with all those accidents?
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