Sometimes the universe taps you on the shoulder, and other times it leaves pee in your spare bedroom. You need to give your Baby Dogalini plenty of well-timed chances to eliminate outside.
And in between opportunities, you need to supervise and confine her. You supervise so that you can tell when Baby D.
And you confine her between toilet breaks because dogs usually prefer to eliminate away from places where they eat and rest.
They encourage the dog or puppy to hold it till you take her out again. Suppose you take Baby Dogalini out. She pees, so you give her a little walk and then bring her inside again.
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