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    hello guys i just got a 35 days old lab pup. the thing is that he dumps everywhere. is there a way to potty train him?

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    First of all use a product like Natures Miracle to thoroughly clean all areas where accidentss HAVE previously and may again happene. Next, make sure you are taking your puppy out at least every hour as well as EVERY time he wakes up, after each play session, immediately after eating and just before bed. When your puppy does as expected, praise him like he had just given you the answer to world peace, lol! Seriously, treats should rain from the sky and you should make a huge fuss.
    This should correct your problem in a short period of time. Good luck to you!
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    As previous post said, frequent trips outside especially on waking, after play and before bed. Loads of praise and treats when he does what's required and he will soon get the idea!

    Good luck!
    Take a look at my dog training blog at Dog Training HQ

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    A 35 day old puppy does not get a warning before he needs to go potty. He dumps everywhere because he is so young, and his body has not developed an early warning system. He doesn't feel the urge before hand. He just goes when his body needs to. You will need to take hime out really often. Just like tiny human babies, all they seem to do is eat, pee and poop! Is there some reason you got him so young? Was he a rescue? Puppies are usually with their mother till they are about 56 days old, and even then they poop and pee alot. It is just easier to train them if they are 8 weeks or older. Try the link you were provided in the previous post. What are you feeding him?
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    Good point, Pam! I did not even realize how young this puppy is. To expect this puppy to "get it" at this age is too much. Another few weeks will do this baby a lot of good.
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    thank you all for your help....well he is small but very intelligent..eats like its going to be his last meal...

    damn i love ceasar

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsbh View Post
    thank you all for your help....well he is small but very intelligent..eats like its going to be his last meal...

    damn i love ceasar
    At this age he should still be with his siblings. In many US states it's illegal to sell a puppy younger than 8 weeks. I assume you are not in the US. Please get busy learning about how to deal with raising a puppy this young. He will be very mouthy among other social issues due to the time he lost "learning how to be a dog".
    Sharon, Blaise and Diesel.

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    What others have said, but just curious...

    Quote Originally Posted by gsbh View Post
    damn i love ceasar
    Is Ceasar your dog's name?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel_Dawg View Post
    What others have said, but just curious...



    Is Ceasar your dog's name?...
    yes

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