At what age did toilet training click and accidents stop?

(16 Posts)
IntensiveCareBear Fri 05-Oct-18 07:05:46

Sick of stepping in puddles sad

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MardyMavis Fri 05-Oct-18 10:32:27

Realistically depends on the breed but I'd say 5 months

shapeshifter88 Fri 05-Oct-18 10:33:34

6/7 months for absolutely no accidents

MardyMavis Fri 05-Oct-18 10:40:35

Actually that's probably more right! At 5 months they can still have the very odd accident. But depends on the breed again as some breeds are cleverer than others.

missbattenburg Fri 05-Oct-18 10:52:15

Battendog was reliable indoors for the most part at around 5 months. Last accident at around 7 months.

whateveryousay Sun 07-Oct-18 21:25:50

My GSD has never poo’d indoors. And he didn’t wee indoors from 9 weeks. However, I rarely left him on his own, I kept him tied to my belt, and I watched him like a hawk, and took him out every 20 mins initially. I crated him in a small crate if I had to leave him for short periods (to go to the loo myself for eg!) It was HARD WORK, but paid off quickly.

whateveryousay Sun 07-Oct-18 21:28:44

Just to add, my Golden Retriever, who I was not so regimented with, still peed indoors regularly until 6 months, and I ended up having to buy new carpets!
Hence the intensive training for GSD!

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ThroughThickAndThin01 Sun 07-Oct-18 21:30:09

My boy lab, he was very young. Girl lab about 9 months. It varies so much.

EastCoastDamsel Sun 07-Oct-18 21:36:12

For us it was 20 weeks BUT he had actually been fine from 16 weeks but then had a bout of collitis. Whch resulted in a midnight poo accident

BiteyShark Sun 07-Oct-18 21:36:49

Hard to remember exactly but I think mostly toilet trained around 5 months old. He did have a couple of accidents after that up to 1 year old but they were isolated and probably caused by 'stressful' events. He's never been a dog that can hold it for many hours either so whilst I see some people saying their dogs can last hours and hours mine can't.

adaline Mon 08-Oct-18 06:52:06

Five months.

Lucisky Thu 11-Oct-18 11:01:13

5 months generally, perhaps 2 accidents up to about 7 months.

DeadCertain Fri 12-Oct-18 12:28:50

Neither of my current dogs have ever had a poo indoors and I have only ever had one wee indoors (my fault for taking my eye off the ball) once when he had been with me for a few days. Took a huge amount of effort for the first week but was absolutely worth it. They both started going to the door to go out almost straight away; cracked it really fast.

SlothMama Fri 12-Oct-18 12:50:18

About 5 months

BrokenWing Fri 12-Oct-18 20:54:54

We got our lab at 12 weeks, we literally had 2 (very runny) poos and half a dozen wees inside and then he was trained. The breeder must have done a great job before we got him 👍🏻 and we followed it up by being there with him consistently day and night for the first 4 weeks he was home.

DramaAlpaca Fri 12-Oct-18 20:57:30

Mine were both around 6 or 7 months.

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