Eldorado does litter box train and they were always very successful at it when I visited..I know they line the outside of the box with newspaper too..so I would make sure to do that also so she's as familiar with the process as she can be. I would suggest if you can't get her to start using it for pooping soon to just get her a coat and start outside. The longer she goes without pooping where you want her to the harder it'll be when you need to change it. Bad habits develop fast. I wish I started Oakley outside right away versus litter training. He always would pee in it but he wouldn't poop in it. He got very used to pooping next to the box on the kitchen floor and to this day prefers going on hard surfaces. I know it's hard to imagine potty training outside in this weather but you might be better off in the long run.
I'm not against the litter box, I also have an eldorado pup; I just know the entire process would've been easier and more beneficial to is both if I braved the weather and did it in the first plAce
I found this site and was quite delighted. We have a just over
2 year old Basenji mix, we think with Lab, but she is very much
Basenji. She is MacKenzie. I will post a pic when I can, she is about
50 lbs, does bark (must be the Lab) and whoever had the pups before
they turned them into a shelter, they docked the tails.
She was brought in by my daughter as it was her and her boy friends
dog at 14 weeks to socialize with my dogs, a Siberian Husky and a
Malamute, and she never left. She is a complete family dog. She was
brought up with sled dogs and she thinks she is one. I have lost the
Malamute and just lost the oldest Sibe, but she has a just under two
female red and white Siberian companion also They are the best of friends
and working partners. I am in Southern California and in the fall, winter
and spring we do dog scootering. These girls run together like life partners
and beat a lot of the sibe only teams. They both love the snow, again the
lab in her. She is such a delight, so different from my sled dogs but so
compatible. We hope to get in on some discussions and will share pics
of the girls working. Their working team name is Girls beat feet.
I almost forgot the joy in listening to both of them howl at sirens. Can't
Welcome to you and your dogs. We'd love to see pictures.
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Welcome loved hearing about your dogs and look forward to hearing more. There are B's that are pulling up to and over 600 pounds and just learning. Use special harness lady telling us this at show her pup was all ready pulling over 100 lbs. Little dog with large pull.
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Hello and happy to see you here!
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Welcome to the forum!
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Welcome to our pack!