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Reading Annmarie's post about Peanut's "where to go" issue got me thinking.......what does everyone say when trying to get your doodle to "go."

With Henry we say "hurry up" for pee and "drop a deuce" for poop.
 

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haha interesting question :D

I sometimes say my dog is bilingual hehe like my son, since we live here in Canada but in the home we talk our home language. But ye we just say pee and poop, in our language :D :D

It was actually quite funny that Kasper had been with us for a few weeks when I one day said to him in english: who is a good puppy! and wow he came running, so happy like he knew the word puppy. So now I use it alot when I am complementing him :D
 

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hahaha...we say "go potty"...if nobody is going i ask if they have to "go poop"...I can't imagine they know what poop is...haha...but when it's cold out it helps to talk to pass the time :)
 

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We say potty and "bend a biscuit" :lol: I think we watch too much family guy.

The other night, it was freezing and Dexter was doing a perfect imitation of peanut. It was dark out. I loudly said "GO POTTY!!" and the neighbor says "okay, but don't tell Cindy I peed in the hot tub" OMG I was dying!
 

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Rita that is sooooooooooo funny!!

when we 1st go outside we say GO POTTY, then it's go pee , then go POOP! hahhahaa

my neighbors LOVE when once in a great while i get frustrated when 1 of the 3 doodles (namely Peanut) walked last can't make her mind up on the right spot
and well so far in the past 6mos i have said 3 times now
GO POTTY damnit !!! hahhaaaa of course it's usally the late night walk

one of my neighbors once said they were tempted to yell back
" i did earlier" :wink:
 

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I say "let's go to the barn" and it's like an instant laxative. Noodle doesn't like to poop in her own backyard but for some reason it's ok to do the deed on her way down to visit the horses.

Silly girl.
 

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Dextersmommy said:
We say potty and "bend a biscuit" :lol: I think we watch too much family guy.

The other night, it was freezing and Dexter was doing a perfect imitation of peanut. It was dark out. I loudly said "GO POTTY!!" and the neighbor says "okay, but don't tell Cindy I peed in the hot tub" OMG I was dying!
in our house we tease and say I think the turtle is popping his head hahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
 

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We always use "Go piddle" for urinate and "Hurry up!" for bowel movements. She knows the difference, too. When it's been awhile since the last "hurry up" and she comes bounding up to come back inside I'll suggest, "Don't you have to do a hurry up?" You can see the wheels turning, and if it's time she'll go back down the bank and find some convenient site to bless with her treasure.

Sometimes as a further incentive, or in praise, we sing, "Piddity piddity, hurray for liquidity!" You do get silly when you have a doodle. Luckily we have no neighbors within earshot; that would definitely have a dampening effect on our high spirits!

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Well, thank God my dog is not fussy about this. Both Charlie and Lucky pee as soon as they hit the yard. The also like to poop side to side. :roll: I just open the back door and say "go potty". I don't wait around to see what they do. When they are back at the door, I figure they are done. If we are going somewhere and they will be crated and they don't get it done, then they are just out of luck for a few hours.

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Deb, Chouette does has a very rare accident, especially if she's been excited, so I like to keep tabs on when she goes. She still doesn't get that she can go without me walking out the door, either. We have to work on that. I also like to keep track of her bowel movements because I try to clean them up every morning so I don't walk into a surprise after dark and it helps to know where they are. And then I also know whether I can just let her right back inside after the last walk before bedtime, or whether I should leave her out a bit longer because she hasn't done a "hurry up" for several hours.

Once she's totallly reliable I won't worry about it. I didn't with my other dogs.

Leslie
 
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