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Matilda is 99% potty trained. She is so cute, always wanting to please me. We are in a 5th wheel and the stairs are high, she has learned to go up them, scared to go down., so we watch her, she will go and do her pottying and then come back in. She hasn't had a mistake for almost a week. She is 13 weeks old. She sleeps all night, wakes at 6:30, goes outside and does her business then back in and goes back to sleep till 8:00. wHAT A SWEETHEART
 

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Originally posted by MALITDA@Aug 5 2005, 08:10 PM
Matilda is 99% potty trained. She is so cute, always wanting to please me. We are in a 5th wheel and the stairs are high, she has learned to go up them, scared to go down., so we watch her, she will go and do her pottying and then come back in. She hasn't had a mistake for almost a week. She is 13 weeks old. She sleeps all night, wakes at 6:30, goes outside and does her business then back in and goes back to sleep till 8:00. wHAT A SWEETHEART

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Awwwwwwwwww what a good little girl she is. Gee how does she manage to jump up those steps, she must be a high jumper, we have friends that have a 5th wheeler and I find the steps a bit high even for me, what a clever little girl.
 

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The stairs scare me,
I watch here very closely.
She likes to feel like a big furbaby, she is fearless, so I am very protective of her
 

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Originally posted by MALITDA@Aug 5 2005, 08:10 PM
Matilda is 99% potty trained. She is so cute, always wanting to please me. We are in a 5th wheel and the stairs are high, she has learned to go up them, scared to go down., so we watch her, she will go and do her pottying and then come back in. She hasn't had a mistake for almost a week. She is 13 weeks old. She sleeps all night, wakes at 6:30, goes outside and does her business then back in and goes back to sleep till 8:00. wHAT A SWEETHEART

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That is wonderful that she had caught on to potty training so quickly... lucky you!!!

I wasn't sure if I read your post correctly but just making sure she is on a leash or you're with her when she goes out to potty.... Have heard about birds of prey attacking small dogs......
 

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I am right next to her, my husband does the 6:30 duty
we are at a wheat ranch till Sept. so no need for the leash. Believe me I drive everyone crazy
 

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I would also be very careful early morning and nights too because I was confronted by a coyote one night here in town and had Scooby been off the leash and any further away from me I would have lost him for sure.
 

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When we were training Puddles, he always did great while camping (travel trailer). Suppose its cause we were near to him or he was always under our feet. The steps are a big deal for them, but he to learned them fast.

WTG on the speedy potty training
 
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