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- adj. Of a pet: trained not to excrete indoors.
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- adj. same as housebroken.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of pets) trained to urinate and defecate outside or in a special place
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It is house-trained and I am willing to clean up its mess outside, if you'd like.
They must have decent manners, be house-trained and well-groomed, and they must not be "food thieves … have constant flatulence, snore loudly or be excessive droolers," says Palika.
That led one journalist to wonder whether the Norwegian universities believe that I am "not entirely house-trained."
The online information had promised she was house-trained, smart, friendly and trained to do some things.
So, how disarming it was to sit and listen here on Sunday not to a werewolf but a house-trained pet with its teeth removed.
Not only would they happily kill rats and mice, but they are also unvenomous, don't constrict and can be house-trained.
However, the majority of pups placed on such a lax, abbreviated potty training program remain only partially house-trained.
We are two adult males, with a medium sized, very well-behaved, completely house-trained and quiet dog.
The SHORT TERM need would be easy IF it were not for the medium sized, very well-behaved, completely house-trained and quiet dog.
She was house-trained in two days and breezed through Canine Good Citizenship training.