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Any Evidence on Breed Difficulty in Housetraining?

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    Carolyn Lincoln
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    Hello all,

    Small breeds can be difficult to potty train because owners tolerate more accidents and because the accidents may be harder to find, for example if it’s a small urine spot on a rug. However, some larger breeds are often accepted as difficult to housetrain too. It could be the temperament or personality of the breed.

    Do you know of any evidence for these or other generally accepted reasons for breed differences in potty training?

    Thanks! and…. sorry John, but GO TRIBE!!! 😉

    Carolyn Lincoln, DVM
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