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If I take my 8-12 week old pup on a car journey, how can I stop for him to toilet without putting hi

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  • Obi BarbarisiObi Barbarisi Posts: 553Member
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    Avoid spots that you know have been used a lot by dogs like in front of a pet store.
  • martha Allenmartha Allen Posts: 16Member
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    Teach your pup to potty on newspapers. Take a stack with you on your trip. When you stop at a rest area or other location, put the papers down and put the pup on them. Praise him for using the papers. This will protect him from other dog's droppings.
  • Tupples storeTupples store Posts: 273Member
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    That's a good tip from Gwen, it is the best way to keep him from risk of viruses.
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