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At what age can puppies control their bladders?

We have an 18-week old puppy. We've been crate training her, but when she's out of her crate, she needs to go potty about every 1-2 hours. The other day, we left her in her crate for 3 and 1/2 hours, and we think she peed a little in there. Does she not


I have a six and a half month old golden retriever puppy. We crate trained him as well, and thankfully, he caught on relatively quickly. However, most puppies are not fully trained until about six months old. With my puppy, I just automatically took him


A general "rule" seems to be for every month old the puppy is, add 1 to that and that's how many hours it can hold it.


not until 6 months or even after that depending on her breed and size

8-week old puppy bladder control?

We just got a puppy, he is 8 weeks old. We've only had him since Thursday, so about 4 days. We take him out constantly, but it seems even when we take him out, he still has accidents. He is doing really great at pooping on the newspaper we have set out


well, hes still a puppy and just doesnt know where he can or cant pee yet. when i was training my puppy, we would keep a wee wee pad by the door at all times. this way, if she had to pee, it was there. also, by keeping it at the door, when shes done using


puppies pee a LOT, however if you are taking him out every 30-60 mins and he's still peeing that much, Id suggest a trip to the vet to rule out UTI.


He's a little cutie!!! At 8 weeks of age he can only hold his bladder for 3 hours tops.

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