At what age are puppies finally supposed to be able to hold in their pee until they go outside?

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My puppy is 6 months old. He finally just learned that taking a walk outside is where he’s supposed to pee and poop. Before he was just walking not doing any of that.

The problem is that it seems like he can’t hold it in and wait until it’s time to go out. Let’s say I take him out 3 times a day. He has to go much more than that. I can see him running around looking for the pad to pee on. But I took it away trying to train him to hold it in until I take him out. Sometimes he just lets it out and I tell him bad boy and he knows he did something wrong with a growl

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