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    Posted: March 31 2009 at 10:54pm
So I made the deadly mistake of letting my kids talk me into getting them a puppy. She's a cute little French Bulldog named Bijou, but I'm having trouble House Training her. What I need is some advice on getting her to Mellow Out when I want her to. Also does anyone know of any good products for Pet Carpet Cleaning? Thanks for any tips.

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Landentaylor,  Sorry to say I have no great advice, but did want to say congratulations!  Puppies are like babies,  they bring so much joy that it makes up for all of their inconvenience.

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Woolite Pet Stain and Odor Remover - it works great.

Also, I highly recommend puppy training classes. It will take some work on your part, or someone in your family, but well worth it.

Congrats on the new addition!

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   Your attitude is one of the most important ingredients in house training your dog.  Your puppy does not know what is wrong.  If there is a mistake tell him "no" but do not discipline too severely.  You only want him to know that you are displeased, you do not want the pup to feel that you are the source of pain.  When the pup has done well, pat him, praise him, let the dog know that you are very pleased. Most puppies do this and you just have to live with it. Don't get upset; just accept it as life with a young puppy.




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