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Cheryl Fuller
post Nov 15 2005, 12:20 PM
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I know a lot of you have dogs that you travel in your rv's with. I was always one of those you said Iwould never have animals in my house, but am now eating those words. We just bought a maltese, mainly because they do not shed and will always be small enough to travel int he motorhome with us. I have spent the past few days trying to train him to the "potty pads". He seems to have no interest. Everything I have read about housebreaking is basically with the goal of training him to go outside in mind, but we do not want Bucky to go outside, just on the pads. Our winters can be pretty harsh and he is so small that the vet said it is better to keep him in. Does anyone have any advice on how to break him? When we see him starting to go, we grab him and run to the pad but by then he is done and looks at us like we are nuts. Ataching a pic of Bucky - isn't he cute? Well, am attempting to attach a pic, we'll see if it works. Please help.


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Cheryl Fuller
post Nov 19 2005, 08:58 PM
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Thanks for all your advice. At this point Bucky has gotten the gist of the pad training. I tried to do the litter box training, following the directions that I found at a website, but had to give it up. The puppy kept eating the litter and the vet said that I should do away with it. Again, thanks everyone.


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