We got Otto at 8wks and he's now 14 wks and still not housebroken. The longest he's gone has been 5 days but lately he's peed in the house a lot. He has access to the door and we tried hanging a bell for him to signal us, but he's only used it a few times when he had to go. The rest of the time we anticipate his needs and take him out, about every 30-40 min when he's with us during the day. He can go 7 hours at night in his crate and 2-3 hours when crated during the day. He gets lots of exercise (more when it's not hunting season). So far we haven't scolded him when he's peed out of sight. When he does it almost at our feet I've shouted NO and rushed him outside. There has been no advance notice that he's needed to pee. We've trained two other puppies much more quickly using the Old School Method: take dog to puddle, shout NO and put him outside. My husband wants to revert to that method and I'm about to give in since I'm at my wit's end. He also wants us to not rush him outside so quickly in order to train him to hold it longer. Any suggestions? Shouldn't he be trained by now?