So we are trying to nail this house training thing. We take him out very regularly - after every meal, nap and usually every hour. He nearly always pees when we take him out and he is rewarded and fussed over. However, he doesn't seem to give us a signal when he needs to go. He will just stop what he's doing and pee on the floor. We say a firm "no" and lift him outside, but it's not making much of a difference it seems. He does cry for a poo (he's only had one poop inside since we got him), so not sure why he doesn't do the same for pees! We have the correct cleaning agent to neutralise the odour, so it's not that. Is this just something that will click as he gets a bit older or is there a way we can teach him to ask out? He is 10 weeks, so maybe we are expecting too much too soon? However, he can go all night without a pee now, and has done for the past 5 nights!