1- Take him out to pee when you wake up, no need to rush, he can hold it for a bit.
2- Breakfast: 1 cup ~ no specific time
3- he usually takes a nap after that, but he sometimes likes to go out again to pee/poop right after
4- Dinner: 1 cup ~ around 4-6 pm
5- Take him out to pee right before you go to bed
Not necessary but it’s better he sleeps with you in the room, keep the door closed so he doesn't wonder around the house. He stays on his Bed or on the floor, he wont bother you. Let him out to pee every 4-5 hours (not very strict with timing) . He has never had a pee/poop inside accident, he is really good at letting you know he needs to go, just watch for the signs ( he usually will sit in front of the door or become very antsy) Take him out for at least 1 hour/day, if its raining all day, its ok, let him spend more time in the backyard or play with him inside a lot. Note: Don’t feed him before activities or he will puke. if you re going on a morning run, its more important to wait and feed him after, we wont starve, he can wait. Dont feed for 2 hours before going in the car if its a long ride so he doesnt vomit If you’re going hiking in the morning, you can feed him when you get there.
Rules and boundaries
No human food, no exceptions He cant cross outside the house door before permission, say “ok/ ok, go” for permission. Never repeat a command twice or else he will get used to ignoring you until he has to listen, you can enforce physically (ex: if he doesn't sit, stand in front of him and motion your hand above him face) snapping your fingers also works Dont give him more than 3-5 high value treats per day, you can break them into smaller pieces. you can use his food as treats, as many as you want never use his name negatively, only use it to get his attention or positively 0
How to communicate with him
Hôpital Vétérinaire de L’Est, 8700 Av. Chaumont, Anjou, Quebec H1K 1N6
You give them my number/name so they access his file
514-813-7699 / Rim Berro
In case of allergic reaction to an insect bite, and his face swells up, give him 2 pills of benadryl ( very unlikely)