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Best Answer Peeples says
Thanks for your response. I'm trying out the pad today. No luck so far, but I don't expect it to be easy.
Jaye Denman says
It will take a while to train her to go on the pad so be patient. She needs to smell her own urine in order to use the pad. Praise her when she does use it. Bless your heart and keep me informed.
Oh Jaye I have so much empathy for you... my dog too, will not go inside. I tried all the tricks... Snow, Sleet, Hurricane Winds, Rain... she'll only go outside. But she does go faster than yours... The back porch is a great possibility, best luck.
HLPhoenix....Thanks for the empathy. You understand! I'm trying the back porch, but finally took her outdoors in the rain...all to no avail. Forecast says sun on Friday--YAY!
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I actually bought the largest dog litterbox I could find and line it with a puppy pad, which I have on the screened-in porch. She will step into the box, turn around and...sit! I wiped a bit of her urine on a paper towel and placed 'neath the pad.
Sarra Garrett says
Got ya. Put the pad (use the people bed pads) and put some of her feces on the pad placing it on the back porch. Also you can put her urine on it which will help. She needs to smell where she needs to pee when it's raining out.