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Old 12-18-2010, 04:58 PM
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Skye still keeps peeing and pooping at night when im asleep, i dont know what to do to stop this, its not ALL the time she poops, but she always pee's at least unless shes in the crate, its on the puppy pad thank god, but when i thought if i take it away she might not, she just went on the carpet, not even where the pad usually is, so that took away that maybe she just thought, oh well theres usually something here to do it on so ill just carry on.

i cant think of what to do any advice is really appreciated!!!

Leanne and skye xx

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Old 12-18-2010, 05:14 PM
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So she doesn't have accidents if you crate her? Why not crate her at night? Either that, or set an alarm and wake up a couple times.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:31 PM
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no not all the time she doesnt, yeah i could crate her i guess i would just like her to not mess when shes not crated lol, and she doesnt settle in the crate at all untill the whole house settles and blocks out her barking. im usually first to bed or in my room anyway and she finds all noises outside the room something to bark at.
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I would suggest to crate her at night.
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Yes, I would continue to crate her at night. 5 months is pretty young to be loose at night. Give her a nice food treat and put her to bed in her crate. Put the crate next to your bed. Our pups have always liked their crate and bed-time routine, and did not "outgrow" this until near to a year old.

Take your time.
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I would have to agree with with crating at night too. When I first brought home Nata, I actually had her sleep with me so she coudl wake me up when she needs to go poo. (she had the runs for a good three-four days give.) But after she has settled down and she got used to a new routine, she holds it more and I have just now started to let her sleep in her crate. Now she actually whines and barks to wake us up and I take her outside. She is right about the same age probably give or take a few.

But I wouldn't dare leave her running around at night. Too many things can happen if she doesn't sleep. hope this helps.
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If the crate thing works then maybe you should stick to that. We got up at night with TessaB to let her out. She will be 1 year old next week and she is fine during the night. We do still have the odd wee mishap inside on the tiles - but that is our fault not hers.
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I got a springer a few years ago at 6 months and we had to crate train him because overnight he would still go to the toilet. It was not until he was almost 8 months before he stopped. I recommend just crating her overnight for a while.
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Five months means she can go roughly 5 hours w/o having to go so, no wonder she goes on the floor at night. Eight months is the minimum for expecting all night w/o accidents. (1 hour per month of age.)
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hey guys thanks for the replies!

updatesss =] skye is nearly 8 months now! will be on the 2nd march! and it has been a while since we have have an accident at night! Shes done so well and i am greatful for your advice! =)
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