We have a nine week old Spring Spaniel and he's yet to be house trained. He cries when he has to poop so we take him outside and he does his business. We always leave him out there for at least ten minutes (usually more though) but the second he gets in the house he pees on the carpet.
Whenever he pees on the carpet we pick him up, set him down beside, point at it and say no, and then smack his butt. Then we take him right outside and let him stay out there for about ten minutes again. We've tried putting him in his kennel right after we come back inside but it doesn't help either.
We've been going on like this for about two weeks. He just doesn't seem to care that he's getting punished.
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