Hi everyone! I'm a little new to this forum. So, I have a three month old male Boykin Spaniel. I must take a little time to brag on him, he's really smart and I started him with clicker training recently. He's learned a few tricks with the first couple tries! But, for some reason he isn't picking up potty training quite as easily. I'm in college and I live on the third floor of my apartment building which really sucks but it's worth it. I know three months is really young but I've been constantly watching him and taking him out ATLEAST every hour, if not sooner. He definitely doesn't have free reign of the apartment yet. I keep him baby gated when I'm at home and able to watch him and when I'm not able to I keep him in his crate. He loves that thing and knows 'kennel'. Boykins are such smart dogs as I've grown up around them but this one is kind of driving me crazy. It has been awhile since I've raised a puppy but I have done it. I've heard he's too young to be marking but he just NEVER stops peeing. I take him outside and I always stay out there for 10 minutes to make sure he's done, we come back inside and the second I turn my back he's peeing on the floor. I know he's young but I don't feel like he's making much progress. The breeder had taken them out while training them on pee pads so I decided right then and there that I would NOT use them. I hate those things. Anyways, can someone please give me some advice that I haven't heard a thousand times before? Thanks!