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Question by kathy
Submitted on 1/17/2004
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We are having a hard time with a 13 week old female mastiff pup in the house breaking area.  She is wetting in her crate.  She asks to go out when she is not in her crate and has had very few mistakes in that respect.  But, she hardly makes it through the night with out wetting.  She is put out and goes around 11:00pm and is put out around 6:00am.   Any suggestions?  


Answer by Maggie's Mom
Submitted on 2/14/2004
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have you told the vet?  she may have a urinary tract problem. Mastiff's are usually an easy train and messing in the crate tells me there may be a problem


Answer by cleopatras mom
Submitted on 4/21/2007
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we took cleo out every hour sooner if needed. after feedings within 10 minutes.she was trained in one week.harsh discapline can have adverse affects on her training.(not accusing).if u are trying all the above and still have a problem check with your vet urinary infections can be a big hold on training.my cleo is 5 months.good luck with your baby.


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