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  • v. Present participle of housetrain.


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  • Human-animal relationships help us with our human-human relationships, by allowing us to see what we humans are capable of (generosity, caring, risk-taking) and by the examples set by animals of how much more we could be capable of (unconditional love, boundless energy, housetraining).

    Nina Sankovitch: Love Julie Klam's Love At First Bark -- and I'm a Cat Person

  • The cage is great for housetraining after an accident pup goes in the box until you think it's about time for a potty break.

    My Dog Ate the _________?

  • And sadly, all that housetraining appears to now be reversing itself ...

    El Perro

  • I had a lamb in the house a couple summers ago, but I finally had to put her outside since she did not take to housetraining as well as the goat kids have in the past.

    Moderation back on

  • During the holidays, consumers buzzing with Christmas spirit buy puppies out of pet shop windows without realizing just how exhausting housetraining can be, or without having thought through how big that Saint Bernard puppy will grow to be one day.

    Suzy Shuster: My Dog Has No Balls

  • I get to leave tomorrow, so her housetraining will no longer be my problem...

    3 things

  • As well, he appears to have forgotten all about housetraining.

    Did I mention my nickname is Calamity?

  • Her crate became a place to stack the newspapers that she rarely peed on while housetraining.

    The Gertie Effect

  • We went over all the basic puppy issues of housetraining, exercise, jumping, and chewing.


  • They can forget things commands, housetraining, can develop separation anxiety and sometimes even lose the ability to recognize family members.

    The Seattle Times


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