i have heard about a dog collar that you put it on the dog and you can leave the dog outside and it wont leave your property.
well overaalll we cant get her trained and she is a beagle and we try our hardest we do evberything right and yet she still goes to the bathroom in our house and now they want to get rid of her
if you know anything help please!
and if you kn ow any home remedies on how to get the smell of urine out of tiles it would be greatly appreciated!
thanks !!

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  1. jaybee

    first of all, how much exercise does she get? do you walk her every day? she needs to be walked a lot to get all that wonderful beagle energy out.
    is she tied outside all the time? in that case, you should find someone to take her.
    how old is she? dogs don’t have full control of their bladders until 7-9 months.
    has she been to the vet? perhaps she has a urinary tract infection and cannot hold her urine.
    take her outside at regular intervals and make sure she “goes”. that way she gets used to the schedule and will learn to go outside.
    a product called “No Odor” is good at removing the urine smell.
    be patient….very patient.

  2. DogLover

    Maybe your dog is NOT a well-behaved dog.But whatever your reasons are,It is NOT your dog’ fault.In fact,dogs are very very clever.They just need to be trained correctly.But, dog training method could not be expressed clearly just by single sentence.It requires some basic professional knowledges.Well, to gain those knowledges is not that difficult.SO you do NOT need those professional dog trainer and you do NOT need some 12–week dog obedience training plan where you do almost the same thing each week.Yourself can also become an excellent dog trainer in several hours.So If you want to learn what it really takes to transform your dog’s behavior problems,understand and communicate with your dog now,you can visit the site listed below.It provide you with the most popular and easiest dog training Guide.There is the easiest method to make your dog to listen to you in the shortest period of time.
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  3. LAURA R.

    ITS REAL EASY TO GET DOG URINE CLEANED UP, USE RESOLVE CARPET SPRAY AND SPONGE MOP ON CARPET, WHEN DRY POUR BAKING SODA ON IT AND VACUME AFTER 10 MINUTES OR SO. I WOULD ALSO RECOMMEND A CRATE TILL DOG WAS HOUSE TRAINED AND IF YOU DID THAT ALREADY IT WILL NEED TO BE DONE AGAIN. SOMETIMES DONT WORK THE FIRST OR SECOND TIME. YOU MAY HAVE TAKEN DOG OUT OF CRATE TOO SOON. ALSO THAT COLLAR IS A GOOD TRAINING DEVICE WITH AN UNDERGROUND FENCE THAT WILL ZAP THE DOG IF IT CROSSES IT. PLEASE DONT GIVE UP ON THE DOG, SOME JUST NEED MORE OF YOUR TIME, IT WILL EVENTUALLY GET IT. SOME TIMES THE DOG MAY ALSO JUST BE UPSET ABOUT SOMETHING AND IF YOU FIGURE THAT OUT IT MAY ALSO FIX EVERYTHING. GOOD LUCK!!!!

  4. lilrnblo

    you can use an Invisible Fencing company or go to walmart and get their version — in both of these the dogs have to be TRAINED and watched you just cant install it and expect the dog not to wander, especially since its a beagle and they like to follow their noses.
    Use Nature’s Miracle found at petsmart and petco for the smell. Also buy a crate from the store or off someone like on craigslist.com to house-train the dog.
    Natures miracle: http://www.arcatapet.com/naturem.cfm
    Housetraing a dog: http://www.goodpooch.com/MyGoodPooch/hou…

  5. sophylak

    crate train your dog,, learn how to use it.. learn how to housebreak your dog.. and get to obedience classes….. you have a hunting dog.. unless you plan on hunting with it, you better give it tons and tons of exercise and be prepared to listen to it bark…… WHYanyone would buy a beagle for a housepet is beyond me…….. do your research before you get your next dog..

  6. Baa_Baa_

    Those don’t work but its called an underground fencing system. Basically when the dog goes over the wire (which is usually under ground) they get shocked. BUT as we found out…if the dog passes the wire then they pass it and still go in restricted areas.
    Anyways try crate training. I know it sounds cruel at first but its not. If trained right…dogs will love their crate. I have two dogs who love them so much that I have to pull them out of it so they will eat every morning. I guess I made it too comfy.
    It will take a while…beagles are one of the hardest breeds to train.
    As for pee stains…..well I found that if you put some dandruff shampoo on the spot and rub it in then it takes out some stains.

  7. I HATE ANIMAL ABUSE!I

    Well, that’s beagles. They are one of the hardest dogs to train. Try bringing her to classes or try crate training her by leash.
    As for home remidies, I don’t have any, but try this:
    How to Remove Pet Urine Stains
    Does anyone know how to remove pet urine stains from rugs? My poodle has made his “mark” on my off white area rug by urinating on it and I am having trouble getting rid of the stain.
    Any suggestions?
    Cathy D.
    Go Organic
    There are several organic products on the market that completely remove stains and odors. Organic in the scientific sense. Urine is an organic material and “like dissolves like” that’s why inorganic chemicals and perfumes never remove the stains and odors. There are many organic products advertised and sold at Pet Stores; but the most effective one is called SPOT SHOT and its available at Home Depot. I had a rental property that had many large “pet urine stains”. When I followed the directions and a little scrubbing, you’d never know it was the same carpet.
    –Desiree
    Peroxide
    Your reader should try using peroxide and a little water on a sponge this will get rid of the odor and the stain!
    A.
    Windex
    I have found that using spray window cleaner (i.e. Windex) works wonders for removing all kinds of stains from my carpet. (I have 2 cats and a 20 month old son!) Just spray to soak the stain completely, then blot with paper towel. You may need to use several towels. You may want to test a small area in the corner or someplace less noticeable first.
    Leesa
    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    It’s ‘Incredible’
    In response to Cathy D. concerning pet urine, I have found a good product called “Incredible” which will take the stain and odor of urine out of carpet. It is about $5.00 for a good sized bottle and since you only use a little, it will last a long time. If you can not find this product a good alternative is diluted white vinegar. Use about 1/4 cup of vinegar to a quart of water. You may have to blot the area several times with this mixture to get rid of the odor and stain.
    Joe
    Detergent and a Shop Vac
    I’ve had good luck removing dog urine from carpeting with detergent and my trusty Shop Vacuum. I’ve tried commercial cleaners, and have had little luck. I mix a tablespoon of Tide in very hot water and pour it onto the stain, with the Shop Vacuum already running and in place on the stain. This keeps the liquid from saturating the carpet and works pretty much like the rental steam cleaners do. Vacuum as much of the moisture as possible out of the carpet and ventilate the room well to dry. (I’ve tried cheaper brands of detergent for this, and Tide definitely works best.)
    F.
    Vinegar
    She can try vinegar – it should lift the odor and it should be able to lift the stain. She could also try a raw potato for other stains … A friend told me to take a raw potato – cut in half and rub into the stain … beats heavy detergents.
    Mimi
    Toothpaste
    I’ve found that toothpaste (ordinary daily-use toothpaste) gets out some tough stains…I had a white hat once that had an oil stain on it and a little toothpaste and warm water (with an old toothbrush) and the hat’s as white as it ever was.
    Sue
    Been There…
    We’ve got one dog and two cats who share our house, as well as numerous “foster dogs” who stay until they find a home, as we do volunteer work for a rescue group. We’ve had lots of experience with just this sort of problem. For the reader with a “marked” area rug–This is probably a salvagable situation, since the rug is white and it is an area rug, two very important things. Most of the “carpet stain removers” on the market don’t work well at all for pets. I’ve found that the best formulas for removing urine are as follows:
    If the stain is fresh: first, some sort of blotting–a towel, powder or absorbent applied immediately (Nature’s Miracle makes a granular product that works unbelievably well for this purpose. Don’t use flour or powder, as you will have a mess. I’ve heard diatomaceous earth works well for this, but have not tried it.) Next, a 50:50 mixture of good old vinegar and water, doused on and blotted, blotted, blotted up. Also, depending on the size of the rug, a simple run under the faucet or hose with plenty of water usually works quite well. If the stain is not fresh, there are several options. Laundry detergent designed for baby diapers (Dreft) is good to wash out urine if the rug is washable; if not, apply an enzymatic cleaner as mentioned below, and keep the dog away for a week or two (can be done with foil). Finally, a last resort for us (due to the cost) is Simple Solution Carpet Shampoo (NOT liquid or concentrate Simple Solution). This will emulsify the stain and make it blottable, wipeable, or extractable, as mentioned below. It got green poop out of our rug, a gift from a foster dog.
    Miscellaneous tips:
    Simple Solution Carpet, Nature’s Miracle, etc are all $$$ if you get them at the pet store. However, from RC Steele, a catalog company, they are quite reasonable (maybe 40% cheaper), especially when you consider the investment you have in your carpet.
    If you are fortunate enough to have access to a small, extractor-type carpet cleaner, these work unbelievable wonders for pet stains. We have used all of the above formulas on our wall-to-wall carpet in the extractor and have had success removing diarrhea, urine, throw-up, etc. from off-white carpet.
    Most products on the market are excellent for dog urine, but not cat urine. Vinegar and water seems to work best, followed closely by Simple Solution Carpet Shampoo, and then Dreft mixed with water, for cats.
    Finally, rubber-backed rugs sometimes attract animals to pee on them. I don’t know why this is, but have found it to be generally true.
    Lynn
    Vinegar and Water
    Try a mixture of white vinegar mixed with water (about 50/50) and swab a small area and see if that will help lift the stain (and the odor).
    Always do a test patch!
    Jim
    Dishwashing Liquid and Vinegar
    I had a wonderful,well trained dog, that never soiled the floors, but unfortunately after 3 years, he suddenly developed epilepsy. This caused him to soil the floors often. Someone told us to use about 1 qt of water, with a squirt of dishwashing liquid, and 2 Tablespoons of white vinegar on the spots where there was urine to prevent odor.
    This worked perfectly. After 4 years of doing this, we never had an odor. Of course, you have to get to the spot while it is still wet. IF it dries, I don’t know anything that will take it out.
    S.

  8. Dixie

    I took my dog to PetSmart puppy training. It worked,. My lab used to have accidents in the house all the time, and pulled on the leash. They work really well with you, and let you cont coming for refresh classes after your dog graduates. I recommend PetSmart dog training for anyone who has problems with training their dogs.

  9. gobble gobble

    I agree with the person who said to crate train. Beagles are hard to housebreak. I have an Italian Greyhound and those dogs are even harder to housebreak. Crate training is the only way for dogs like those.
    Forget the invisible fencing. It may keep your dog in but it will not keep other dogs out and they can come in and fight with your dog.

  10. drkstar_

    The collar you’re talking about is used along with an invisible fence. The dog will get a shock when it get too close. They’re quite expensive and sometimes they don’t even work. Especially for a hunting dog like yours. They’re bred to hunt its instinct to them.

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