housetrained

house·train

also house-train (hous′trān′)
tr.v. house·trained, house·train·ing, house·trains also house-trained or house-train·ing or house-trains
To housebreak.

house′trained′ adj.

housetrained

housebroken
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Rory is still too young to expect him to be fully housetrained, it can take a few months.
After he is well housetrained, there is no need to keep him a small space--he can have a bigger crate if he likes.
A I know just where you are coming from because I got my new Westie, Yuki (Japanese for Snowy), at 10 weeks and now, at 20 weeks, she is fairly well housetrained as long as she is at home with no change in schedule.
com)-- The number one reason dogs are given up is because they are not housetrained.
But despite being fully housetrained, well-mannered and friendly, the three-yearold is still homeless.
She can also live with children over the age of 12, and she is housetrained.
She is housetrained, likes the company of most other dogs, and would love a home with older kids and an active lifestyle.
Bux, 31, was at the launch of her easyJet/Nectar points campaign when she revealed how housetrained Lineker has become.
Banna is not housetrained, chews everything and she wants attention all the time.
Little Girl, a 3-year-old Border Collie Mix, is housetrained, good with kids and loves treats, so teaching her some commands shouldn't be too hard.
Now four, the housetrained deer runs around their five-acre grounds all day, then it's up the stairs to snuggle down - on their bed.
She is housetrained, loves going for walks and walks nicely on her lead.