Oct 22, 2002, 5:11 PM
Post #12 of 18
She does pee on sand/grasses when we were in park & on the beach. That day we were driving around to find a remote field but couldnít find, so we let her pee on the road but she was looking around, I guess for sand. And thatís why she didnít want to pee, I guess.
Re: [lisachew] The Right Potty
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Thanks Melanie, I already made my decision. Sheís going to pee-pee in her new potty Ė a crate, & the existing potty is for her to poo-poo (newspaper). Now, she has to unlearn to pee on the newspaper & to pee in the crate Ė geeÖ. not sure if itís going to be difficult. Anyway, to poo on the newspaper isnít a problem because sheís STILL learning to poo on it! Good thing is that she never will mess up her poo even if they were on the floor for hours if Iím not at home Ė she learned this first before learning where to poo.
Will decide whether to buy a crate & get someone to cut out for me (depend on its bottomís design), or to get someone to specially make one (the net & the tray only) Ė will roam to find the shop that will do this kind of stuff. In the meantime of switching (just in case if she still pee on newspaper when itís for poo only), Iíll get a tray & put the newspaper on top & let it slant a bit so that the urine will flow forward & not spread. Lisa got a good idea, poking the newspaper & a towel underneath give me an extra assurance.
Wow, youíre lucky boon that youíve so many people help to take care of your dog. The 1st time I brought Munji out to the field, she poo on the ground (I missed it) & Iíve to pick it up & have to look around the whole field for the bin! After that, I make sure Munji poo in the house before going out. This, I donít need to bring newspaper & tissue. Maybe for long journey, then no choice-loh. Just got to make sure to bring plastic bag along so that I donít need to find the bin immediately.