Pomchi Question

We have a 5 1/2 month old pomchi, he is usually a nightmare. He won't let us hold him, can't ...


We have a 5 1/2 month old pomchi, he is usually a nightmare. He won't let us hold him, can't even pet him when he looks so sweet sleeping. Just in the last week he stopped eating and is sleeping a lot and he is even more aggresive, I'm getting worried that he's sick. Does anyone have these problems? Oh and I take him out every hour and he will still come in and poop on my floor... he sees our other dog going potty outside but he won't! Help!

    In Pomchi - Asked by Anonymous - 3/5/2012 10:25:33 PM
My Pomchi started the same, She wouldn't go to the toilet outside and refused to play outside. She also picked up everything she could find. She got aggressive all the time. It took 2 weeks of constant night time walks to get her over it. Taking her out at night when there were fewer distractions she soon got used to it. She also stopped eating due to stress. Pomchi's relish routine and periods of quiet time. I found turning the TV down and opening the windows helped acclimatisation. Hope this helps ;-)
    Answered by Anonymous - 3/6/2012 12:23:24 PM


You should take your dog to the vet i know i would
    Answered by Anonymous - 3/18/2012 11:08:41 AM


It can take your pomchi a little bit to get used to his new place and may still be adjusting if he is new to your household. It is completely normal for your little buddy to still be having accidents, it took my PomChi awhile to grasp she needs to go outside. She had many accidents, but you just need to be firm in telling him he needs to go outside, take him out right after he does that and let him know this is where he need to go (it took Ruby about 3 consistent months of doing this before starting to understand). He will get it all in time and patience, but in the mean time it can be really frustrating. He does need a lot of sleep and that isn't too strange, but the fact that he is acting aggresive isn't to good. If he keeps this up call a vet see just to see what they say, it may be serious so you may need to think about taking him in for a check-up.
    Answered by Anonymous - 6/20/2012 12:15:53 PM