A UK couple tried to get their local government to close a spot used by motorists for pee breaks near their home, but a judge quashed the ruling , saying that the motorists weren't visible in the act. The Internet is flush with advice on how to urinate on the side of the road. Tips include finding a tree, bush or shielding yourself with the car door.
Other drivers on the highway are probably busy speeding, texting , so a little pee break isn't a big deal in comparison. If you're really shy, a wide-mouthed plastic bottle or even a portable urinal might come in handy. When you are driving along a road and your indicator is still on right turn, and the person waiting to come from the right sets off, are you liable if a collision occurs? Or should the person on the right wait until he is sure I am turning right?
Is he guilty of proceeding while unsafe? If your signal is on but you're not actually turning, the other guy's usually at fault if he hits you.
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In order to catch your dog doing his business and to offer the essential praise he needs, you must be watching him like a hawk. Keep him in your line of sight at all times when he is roaming about. As soon as he does his business properly, offer praise and even a treat. Let him know he has pleased you.
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If he attempts to relieve himself some place he should not, make a loud noise or something to startle him. Then place him directly on the pad or where you want him to go to the bathroom. Get them on a schedule. Offer your pet food on a consistent schedule. Get them on a schedule and it could make life a lot easier for your furry friend not to mention for YOU. Set a plan in motion and stick with it.
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Whatever you decide to do, be consistent with your plan. Changing up the plan or the praise can confuse your dog. Remember that younger dogs might not be able to hold their urine or bowels until they are after 16 weeks of age.
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The more patient and observant you are, the better. Thanks for the info. I rescued him in January , I have another rescue from 5 years ago. Zoey is a Japanese chin 8 yrs old.
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She has been defeating on my carpet for about 3 weeks off n on. Not every morning I walk her 3 or 4 times a day. I changed her treat from chicken treat a hard treat she loves thinking this is reason for defeating.
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