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Friday, December 11, 2009

How To Potty Train A Puppy - Piss on Earth!

Piss on Earth!

Mom's been talking to the Dip Dip pack of tiny chihuahuas about how to potty train a puppy, and after hearing that Elliot still prefers his wee pad to the cold outdoors, she started thinking in a new direction. She's been trying to potty train Frankie for almost nine months now. Mom also read that the chiweenie is particularly tough to potty train. To make matters even more interesting, we're in the middle of a few storms over here in Cali. So, one plus one equals: wee pads! Duh!
Really now, does this face look like it can be trained?

Currently, I'm enjoying the newfound peace in the house, while wrinkling my tiny nose thanks to the smell of piss, but that should only last 'till the end of the rain season. 


NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With Khattledog said...

My Doggy Nanny (aka my mom's mom) had a Pomeranian that was always happiest to pee on the papers!


Anonymous said...

what is it w/little dogs and wee-wee pads? must be cuz you're so wee that the big outdoors is too cold and scary! I probably would feel the same in your paws!
wild dingo
PeeEssWoo: we love the title of your post.

Dexter said...

Piss on earth. Hehehe. That is funny. Better you than me, though.


Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

I'm sure this will all work out,,, in the end.

The Thundering Herd said...

The title made me laugh - and love the picture.

Unknown said...

Glad you're all laughing at our predicament. Smelly house here and we're not used to that. Thank you for the encouraging comments. Khyra, I'll suggest using paper to my mom since Frankie doesn't like the pads, that is after I'm done reading it.
It's raining non-stop here and Frankie refuses to get her paws wet. BOL!
As for you mighty Mango, I think you're talking about a relentlessly huge lake...

Sketching with Dogs said...

Well, if you can't beat 'em join 'em.
Yes, we have a stinky house as well but pads are better than carpets.
Roll on Spring!
Wags and kisses, Dinah Bridget and Elliot xx

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

When our Dakota was having issues with holding her urine, mom put newspapers down for her but put a big wee pad under the papers and a vinyl tarp under that. This was only used at night but it make cleanup a lot easier.

Great title - gave us all a chuckle.

Woos, Phantom and Thunder

Taffy said...

So, are Chi's known for being hard to potty train? Cause I know us doxies are. I have wee pads that I use in the middle of the night. And, why would anyone think Frankie would want to go outside unless it is sunny and warm? Duh!

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