Parti Yorkies are potty trained very easily. They can be trained to use a litter tray or to go outside within a few weeks.
The most important point you should pay attention to here is to show the necessary patience for training and use positive reinforcement.
No dog can learn something overnight, they need to see and learn a few times before they learn and remember. You have to be very patient with your Parti Yorkie during the training process.
If you show the necessary effort and patience, your Parti will be potted trained in a short time.
Table of Contents
- Are Parti Yorkies Easy to Train?
- Do Part Yorkie Like To Learn?
- How Do I Stop My Parti Yorkie From Peeing and Pooping in The House?
- Why Does My Parti Yorkie Pee and Poo in The House?
- How Long Can Parti Yorkies Hold Their Pee?
- Can You Train a Parti Yorkie to Use a Litter Box?
- How Many Times Does Parti Yorkie Pee a Day?
- Should My Parti Yorkie Pee Outside?
Are Parti Yorkies Easy to Train?
Parti Yorkies are very intelligent and easy to train. They can learn any command in a very short time and are good at remembering commands they have learned.
In addition to simple commands such as sit, stand, lie down, and wait, you can teach your Parti Yorkie to perform fun tricks and introduce puzzle games for them to enjoy.
Do Part Yorkie Like To Learn?
Their high intelligence and desire for the training set them apart from other dogs, and they love to learn new things. Parti Yorkies like any activity they can do with you or require them to socialize.
Parti Yorkies will learn many of the commands you teach in a very short time. So long as you are patient and use positive reinforcement, your Yorkie will learn what you need them to in no time.
Using short sounds and movements is key to Parti Yorkie training, similar to other dog breeds. They respond well to short words in a positive, loving tone.
Conversely, if you want to teach them not to do something, a short sharp ‘no’ in the negative tone will suffice. Holding yourself in a confident, but not threatening, stance also helps.
How Do I Stop My Parti Yorkie From Peeing and Pooping in The House?
If your Parti Yorkie has a toilet problem that doesn’t get better, you’ll first need to identify the root causes.
Your Parti Yorkie may be urinating indoors for a number of reasons. If your dog has not been fully toilet trained, you must first determine a suitable toilet area for your dog in the house or the backyard.
If it is that they haven’t been trained, starting with a wide area and narrowing it down will help. Also setting mealtimes is crucial, as they will tend to want to toilet 30 minutes to 2 hours after they eat.
Be around your dog during these moments and whenever you think he is going to go to the toilet, pick him up and take him to where the toilet area is.
Reward him with positive reinforcement (like a treat) when he urinates where he should. In this way, he will understand that what he has done is right and will continue like this.
Why Does My Parti Yorkie Pee and Poo in The House?
There can be more than one reason why your Parti Yorkie might be urinating indoors. Some of these reasons are psychological if your Parti Yorkie has been fully trained.
If your Parti Yorkie has been regularly going to the toilet in the house since the day you got them, they probably haven’t been toilet trained and you need to conduct formal training asap.
If your Parti Yorkie has suddenly started to potty in the house, it could be due to a psychological change.
Changes that may cause altered toileting behaviors include:
- Moving to a new home
- A new addition to the family such as a new baby or pet
- The death or other loss of a loved one such as a family member or close friend
- Confusion in old age
- If the house has been rearranged
- Their regular toileting place has been moved
Moving to a new home is the most common reason, as your Parti is trying to figure out their new space. If this is the case, revert back to old training methods that you used last time to help your Parti re-learn their new potty location.
Depression I also a possibility that can come about for a number of different reasons. If you are concerned then contact your local vet or animal behaviorist.
How Long Can Parti Yorkies Hold Their Pee?
You should take your Puppy Parti Yorkies to the toilet on average every 1-2 hours. Since they are still puppies and cannot hold their pee, you need to constantly monitor their toilet needs.
On the other hand, adult Parti Yorkies can hold their pee for an average of 8-10 hours, but this may not be too comfortable for them. For their comfort is it best to let your Parti Yorkie out to pee every 6 hours at least.
Can You Train a Parti Yorkie to Use a Litter Box?
You can train your Parti Yorkie to the litter box, and even though this is not impossible to train them to use the litter tray later in life, this training process should be early on in their development.
All you have to do is put the litter box in the place you have determined before and check your dog’s toilet time after each meal. Take them there when it is time to pee and using a positive command, ask them to pee there.
Make sure to give them a reward for every successful litter tray visit.
How Many Times Does Parti Yorkie Pee a Day?
Puppies Parti Yorkies pee 10-12 times a day. This situation is different in adult Parti Yorkies. Adult Parti Yorkies pee on average 4-5 times a day.
To meet your dog’s toilet needs, you should set up regular walks and a specific toileting schedule for your Parti to get used to. This should be related to their mealtimes.
Should My Parti Yorkie Pee Outside?
Although this decision is relative to your needs, you should consider your routine and decide whether your Parti should toilet inside in a litter tray or outside in the backyard or timed walks.
Most dog owners prefer to have their dog potty outside, but if you live in an apartment litter training may be easier.
My name is Ken and I’m one of the staff writers at Petloverguy.com. I’ve cared for pets most of my life starting with hamsters, turtles, and snakes. Then moving up to parakeets, guinea pigs, and even ducks.
I currently live with two yorkies and a chihuahua mix.