My dog is 5 or 6 years old. Is it too late to potty train her???
It's never too late.
I would recommend that you enroll her in a basic obedience class. I would find a trainer that will come to your house. This way, the dog is not stressed out being in a new location, surrounded by a bunch of strange dogs and people, and it's easier on you because the trainer can come on your schedule, rather than you having to change your schedule to take your dog to class.
I prefer to start out using no corrections, and teaching the dog what each command means through the use of food, praise, and gentle guidance if necessary. Then, once the dog understands the commands, I introduce corrections in the form of a verbal NO and a leash pop, if the dog ignores or deliberately disobeys a known command. I praise my dogs every single time they follow a command. Praise is one of the most important parts of training. The dog needs to know when he's done good, just as much as he needs to know when he's done bad.
Your dog should be able to stay in her crate for up to 8-9 hours straight without a potty break as long as she is allowed to potty before being put in the crate.
no. if you take him and hold his butt over the toilet everytime he starts to go in the house he will start to go on his own
dont lisen to that otha girl she dont no nuttin.it to late to potty trane that mut