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When we first got biscuit he was magically pad training but lately he's been just going EVERYWHERE except his pad, of course. (Anyone have this happen or have any explanation?)

I'm regressing and starting crate training from scratch. I want to know how long he can hold it maximum and how often I should ideally take him to do his business.

Biscuit is 4 and a half months old and he weighs about 13 pounds.

Also, if anyone can link me to a good thread or article about crate training I would appreciate it!

Thank you for reading. For your willingness to help, I will show you a picture of Biscuit in his easter outfit. Awww! We found out he is quite the egg hunter this easter. At least when the eggs are full of treats!



Just added some additional information:

Thank you everyone for your input. I understand some people are not as okay with the idea of crate training as others but we are doing it and it is working very well. I can tell he's learning to hold it because his pees have gotten a little longer. :p

A do have a new question, for those who had good experience with crate training. How did you wean off of it? How long did it take until you felt very certain that the dog would not go inside anymore? Do you still use the crate when you're away or do you let your dog(s) have free roam of the house.

Thank you again, everyone had been very interesting and helpful.
 

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Thank you everyone for your input. I understand some people are not as okay with the idea of crate training as others but we are doing it and it is working very well. I can tell he's learning to hold it because his pees have gotten a little longer. :p

A do have a new question, for those who had good experience with crate training. How did you wean off of it? How long did it take until you felt very certain that the dog would not go inside anymore? Do you still use the crate when you're away or do you let your dog(s) have free roam of the house.

Thank you again, everyone had been very interesting and helpful.
 
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