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    I have a zuchon.... its a cool dog. Its 8lbs, white, and is a mix between a bichon fres and shih tzu. I've grown up with Labs and wanted a big dog but my wife insisted on a small one so she won out. I love it though.

    I live in a apartment that is on the 9th floor so we have "pee pads" we buy for her. They are scented which supposedly makes them want to go on them.

    Basically you have to watch the dog a lot early on, you will notice when the dog stops playing or starts walking around that he has to go to the bathroom. You can tell by their body language. When that happens pick him up and take him out or put him on the pad so he knows where to "go". He will start to figure it out. Give him a treat when he does it right, tell him "NO" when he doesn't (but don't hit him, they don't understand and respond better to voice commands, I learned this at the puppy obedience school). He'll start figuring it out...hes a puppy, he will chew stuff, poop and pee places, but eventually get better. You really need to put time into teaching/training him.

    You can also go to puppy obedience school. I did it...reluctantly . My wife made me. But it was good in the end.
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    There are a number of methods but take them out with in 20-30m of eating, preferably to the same area and wait for something to happen. Once they do their business immediately reward them(I use food and petting). I literally tell my rotti to go pee or poo outside and it does it almost on command(exactly which one I ask), granted I have been doing it for years. If it has accidents inside you might want to buy a training matt which is made to adsorb and be washed regularly. Dogs usually go to the bathroom in the same place inside. So you don't have to ruin your floor during the training process. If it start going in doors immediately run it outside and then reward when done. The main thing with training in general is be 100% consistent and you really have to put the time in at the beginning.
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    It's going to be a lot of work looks like. He's so damn adorable it's worth it. The ladies already love him.

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    It's going to be a lot of work looks like. He's so damn adorable it's worth it. The ladies already love him.
    Take him to the dog park. You will easily pick up chicks
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    Take him to the dog park. You will easily pick up chicks
    Smart man.

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    Saw this guy at the mall and I couldn't help myself. He was so playful and smart I had to have him. Very calm personality too, he quietly chills and likes to explore but never strays far.

    Going to be a $#@! to potty train I can see but what should I name him? Been calling him tank for now.
    Stubborn but loveable $#@!ers.....

    Call him "THING"

    Then you can say, "Come here you $#@!ing thing", "Come over here you stupid thing", "$#@! you, you stubborn thing".

    But congrats, I love all dogs especially those little buggers.

    This is my 10 year old crippled border collie. Funny how a smelly, manipulative, narcissistic little rotter can be the great love of my life, but he is. My missus says the same thing as do her parents.

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    This is technically my first dog. I mean right now I'm out by the pool and he's just sleeping on the couch (it's in the shade obviously) enjoying the day. If he's like this forever this is no sweat!

    The only prob is the potty training, that's it.

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    I'm happy I got him. Dogs add a lot of love into your life. It's kind of cool how he just follows me around all day.

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    That's a good lookin pup. Call him what you want, living with him and enjoying each others company is important. I have a 11lb wiener dog named Jack that is a royal pain in my ass, but I love that dog and he is a good boy when he needs to be. So that's alright with me! Its a love hate relationship.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Went with Tank.

    Every 2nd mother effing bully bully bully in NYC is called tank

    at least call him Rommel or Sherman kid

    Have some moxie and sense of history
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Group.america Click here to enlarge
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    Every 2nd mother effing bully bully bully in NYC is called tank

    at least call him Rommel or Sherman kid

    Have some moxie and sense of history
    I wouldn't challenge my knowledge of history. No offense, but studying history was what I did in college. Well, that, and my girlfriend at the time.

    The reason I went with Tank is because it's one syllable which makes it easy for them.

    Considering he is an English Bulldog Rommel would be insulting to him if we really are using our sense of history here Click here to enlarge Sherman might work if the name wasn't based on an American Civil War general best known for burning Atlanta to the ground. Now Hawker, that's a British name. Montgomery, that's a British name. Hood, that's a British name.

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    That's a good lookin pup. Call him what you want, living with him and enjoying each others company is important. I have a 11lb wiener dog named Jack that is a royal pain in my ass, but I love that dog and he is a good boy when he needs to be. So that's alright with me! Its a love hate relationship.
    He's a lady killer, definitely. Already got me hooked up Click here to enlarge

    Tank is a pain in the ass right now. Stubborn, won't listen, and thinks it's a great idea to pee as soon as he walks inside.

    Took him inside earlier and the first thing he did was pee. Took him outside to show him where he should pee and he just stared blankly. Gave him a bunch of water and waited outside for two hours and he wouldn't pee. Took him inside again and the first he does, yep, pee. Damn it...

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    listen to lutz on the breed thing these dogs are a pain and need extra attention medically or they will cost you a boat load . hope you dont like your furniture they also chew the hell out of everything. for a first dog you have your hands full good luck buddy Click here to enlarge

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    listen to lutz on the breed thing these dogs are a pain and need extra attention medically or they will cost you a boat load . hope you dont like your furniture they also chew the hell out of everything. for a first dog you have your hands full good luck buddy Click here to enlarge
    He's been tough today. Every single time as soon as he walks inside he pees. Put him outside after scolding him each time but he isn't getting it through his head yet.

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    Here is a pic of my 7 yr old English Bulldog Tank. Hope the potty training is doing better. Click here to enlarge
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    I wouldn't challenge my knowledge of history. No offense, but studying history was what I did in college. Well, that, and my girlfriend at the time.

    The reason I went with Tank is because it's one syllable which makes it easy for them.

    Considering he is an English Bulldog Rommel would be insulting to him if we really are using our sense of history here Click here to enlarge Sherman might work if the name wasn't based on an American Civil War general best known for burning Atlanta to the ground. Now Hawker, that's a British name. Montgomery, that's a British name. Hood, that's a British name.
    Maybe too late now - but Monty would be a great name for an English.
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    Maybe too late now - but Monty would be a great name for an English.
    Monty is a damn good one. It's ok, Tank works.

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    At the pet hospital. He found a rat poison packet.

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    Mac, like mac truck.
    Absolutely love these dogs, when I get one I'm definitely going with Mac

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    They are huge pains on the ass, be warned.

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    They are huge pains on the ass, be warned.
    I could of told you that. Hope your pups ok.
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    Yeah he's fine. It turns out he barely swallowed any pellets. I got scared and rushed to the emergency room. $300 later the doctor says he would have been fine.

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    How do I keep him from chewing cables? I'm worried he will electrocute himself.

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