My Corgi Jake is 22 months old. I got him when he was 20 months old. I also have another dog who is 3.I am having a hard time getting him to understand that he must go outside to go potty. His…Continue
"I wouldn't let him roam in the house when you're gone or asleep until he's 100% house trained. The more accidents he has inside the harder it may be to break him of the habit. I'd keep him in an xpen during the day and crate…"
"Too much freedom too soon. Where is your pet door? Can you confine him to the area where the pet door is, when you go to work? When you are home, he is OK, so no need to change anything there. At night, I would either crate him or…"
"Housebreaking an older dog is the same as for a puppy. You have to keep him confined at all times! If he is allowed to roam the house and pee where he wants, he will keep going back to the same places. No matter how hard you try you will never find…"
My Corgi Jake is 22 months old. I got him when he was 20 months old. I also have another dog who is 3.I am having a hard time getting him to understand that he must go outside to go potty. His accidents occur at night and when I am at work during the day. When we are home, except at night, he has the ability to go in and out whenever he pleases because I have a doggie door. I make sure I take him out first thing in the morning, as soon as I get home from work and before we go to bed in…See More