Hi, all! This is my first post on this site, though I've been reading it for advice for a while. Our puppy is ten weeks old; he's our first puppy, though not our first Sheltie. I'm wondering if his behavior is normal or if I am doing something wrong. We take Sage out a lot, but he still pees in the house often - sometimes he poops too! I've started giving him "super premium" treats when he potties outside, a bit of peanut butter, but just now after being outside for ten or fifteen minutes with no action, he came inside and immediately peed on the carpet. Ugh. He's getting the hang of "come" and "shake" so I know he can learn, but this is starting to really drive us up the wall. I've been using Nature's Miracle as much as I can, but in the rush to get him out the door mid-stream I can't always find the exact spot he peed on. I've also been using the carpet cleaner with pet specific shampoo to spot clean as much as possible. It just seems like he's not getting any better on his own, and the only way to control the pee is to keep him contained in a playpen - but if he's always contained, how will he be able to learn how to behave when he's not contained? Also, it makes me sad not to be able to play with him all the time because he's in a playpen. I guess I just want to know if I'm doing things right, if his behavior is age-appropriate, and whether this problem is ever going to get better. Thank you for reading!