do you treat him when he is a good boy and goes outside? i mean giving him a treat as opposed to a general "good boy" and ruffle of the head! we still give jadan who is 11 months a treat when he performs outside and also as we take him outside let him know where he is going. ie..."jadan outside" and take him outside, does his busness then "good piddle outside" then treat (or what ever word you use) then "jadan inside" so he got to know the difference of one from the other. and def no short cuts, be outside with him not in the doorway because its too cold etc. and then treat when he is inside as i have heard this confuses them and makes them think its ok to do it inside where they were given the treat! obviously if he went indoors there was no treat and a firm "no! piddle outside" he hasnt had an accident since he was about five months. but as the others have said..if you cant watch him at certain times then put him where you know it doesnt happen. crate or bed etc. good luck...it does get better as they get older and can hold more. i was told if they can hold it most of the night then they can go the same amount in the day. so if its all the time then maybe a visit to the vet isnt a bad idea.
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