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Old 01-15-2013, 05:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Yes, no more crating. I'll just put Winston in the bedroom with water....he considers it a vacation...getting the bed all to himself..LOL And Mia will have the living room and kitchen. It should help. I felt so badly when I came home and she was soaking wet from drooling and looking so sad. Never again!! Like I said before, if she has to be crated because of a larger dog like in my daughters' houses...as long as I'm there she's fine and doesn't even pay any attention to the other dogs..so the crate will be kept for that sort of thing.
That is what I too will use a crate for.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:17 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I had to run to the grocery store this morning after our long morning walk. I fed her, put my one cat in the bedroom and then told I'd be back. I got in the car and when I backed out, I stopped and listened and didn't hear anything. We live on a corner, so I stopped at the Stop Sign where I can see the front windows as well as our bedroom windows, all of which were open. So, I went and came back and she was happy to see me...but her paws and beard were bone dry. I didn't hear any yipping as I came in the house...so I'm hoping that she settled down after a few minutes. Nothing is messed up, and no poop on the floor...so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:29 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I crate both of mine because to this day they are not potty trained unless we take them out every 2 hours... which is a HUGE pain living in a condo building, lemme tell you we tried gating Ozzie in the kitchen but he jumped over the gates o_O we gave Lisa a big crate like Ozzies -- with potty pad and water, but she destroyed the pad, knocked the water over, and peed on herself so we had to decrease the size... I'm sure you all think this is cruel, but they simply can't be trusted. Ozzie SOMETIMES uses the pads, Lisa is less consistent. We left her in the 2nd bedroom while she had her UTI and there were 7 little spots... no fun!

Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated... at least Lisa's SA when I leave has gotten WAY better. Ozzie actually likes his crate. They are both rescues for anyone who didn't know!
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Hi==I Wanted to know what is the x-pen i have a big round one in the family room and a crate--i also just bought a pretty white smaller one today-
This is the kind of ex-pen we had. I had been able to borrow one from my neighbor. It might have been a little smaller but not sure. You can get them at any pet store. You can fold the segments back on themselves to make smaller or let them out to be bigger. There are clips you can use.Midwest Homes For Pets Exercise Pen with Door in Black Finish: Dogs : Walmart.com
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All 3 of my girls have the run of the house minus the bedrooms (doors are shut when I leave). When I first got Sophia I wasn't sure how she and Bailey would interact when I was gone so I left her in our front room and baby gated the doorway so that she didn't feel that she was locked in a room alone. She could see Bailey and Bailey could see her but they couldn't get to one another. It worked great until she was potty trained and then I let her loose with Bailey
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Here Is A Nice e-pen Maybe this will help Mia.
The Above Post Potty Training--My Yogi Is A Nightmare.
I REALY UNDERSTAND THAT POST.

You Will Not Believe This But its starting to work==this way--I Have to use cut bath towels--18/24 to fit the weewee pad holder--and he is really going there now, Id never tell all my potty stories-iam to ashame* By the way If there Are any seemstress-that would like making these--ill pay anything.--cant buy on net because of the size--mine need edges trimmed with every wash.

Yogi Said--Really Mom--My Potty Issues Are Private

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Old 01-16-2013, 02:54 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Here Is A Nice e-pen Maybe this will help Mia.
The Above Post Potty Training--My Yogi Is A Nightmare.
I REALY UNDERSTAND THAT POST.

You Will Not Believe This But its starting to work==this way--I Have to use cut bath towels--18/24 to fit the weewee pad holder--and he is really going there now, Id never tell all my potty stories-iam to ashame* By the way If there Are any seemstress-that would like making these--ill pay anything.--cant buy on net because of the size--mine need edges trimmed with every wash.

Yogi Said--Really Mom--My Potty Issues Are Private
I have this one and I ordered 2 extra panels when he was little older. Love it. Don't have the net top though. I use panels alone often as gates if I need to block off an area. Remember to check/tighten screws on the door.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:51 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I have this one and I ordered 2 extra panels when he was little older. Love it. Don't have the net top though. I use panels alone often as gates if I need to block off an area. Remember to check/tighten screws on the door.
Waiting on UPS NOW THEY ARE IN MY AREA==I LOVE THE GATE IDEA__THAN YOU--IAM GOING TO ORDER NOW--I WAS JUST GETTING READY TO GET A FEW__MY SET-UPs ARE NOT WORKING TO WELL. I have to get over it-and i have fallen twice-also taking down a stand with lenox vase--all gone!!
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