Hi all. My name's Tim, and I live in Southeastern VA. I recently bought my first puppy, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Max. He's 12 weeks old. So far he's a good puppy, I've gotten him leash trained pretty well, and we're working on crate training. I just have a few questions about house training. I take Max out about once every hour. I feed him in the morning around 5:30am, and in the afternoon around 3-4pm, to better help me gauge when he has to go potty. I have a crate downstairs (we live in a townhouse) that I put him in whenever I leave the room or the house. He sleeps in my room on the floor, and I have papers down in case he needs to go; so far we've gone 2 days without him having to go at night. We're down to one accident in the house a day, and he's pottying outside regularly, though it does take some coaxing. He's not very good at giving me cues as to when he needs to go potty, though. I just want to make sure that I'm doing everything right. I am very prone to panic attacks and I've been panicking every day about this potty training thing. I've read so many mixed reviews on the web - some saying you can't housebreak a puppy until they're 6 months old, other saying it's easy to do at 3 months - that I'm not sure if I'm trying too hard, or not enough. Any advice out there? I just want to be able to relax around my new buddy, and I'm sure he can tell when I'm stressed. Thanks in advance. -Tim PS - I bought Max from a breeder in Southern VA. He'd been paper trained when I bought him, and was used to being both outside in a kennel with his mom, and inside in a crate with his father nearby.