Hi, we have a collie and he is going to be 7 years old this March. We tried so hard to train him since we bought him 7 years ago, sometime, he can rememebr to wee in the cage and since I moved out 3 years ago, it get worst..he always wee whever he likes and never go in to the cage to wee unless we asked him to. This is quite annoying and we don't know what is the problem..Please HELP!!!
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Hi, we have a collie and he is going to be 7 years old this March. We tried so hard ... to wee unless we asked him to. This is quite annoying and we don't know what is the problem..Please HELP!!!

It's not natural for a dog to want to soil their living area unless they are forced to. I would consider this a blessing. I'm not sure why you want him to soil in his living area. It's not healthy for him.

But if you allow a dog to soil wherever they wish, they will do so. So if he's still doing this 7 years later, the burning question is, "Why do you let him?"
Hi, we have a collie and he is going to be 7 years old this March. We tried so hard ... to wee unless we asked him to. This is quite annoying and we don't know what is the problem..Please HELP!!!

The word you're looking for is "house trained." Look for information on house training dogs. There is information on the web and in the library. It is possible to house train an older dog.
I'm not sure why you want your dog to go in a cage. It sounds like a pain to clean up there. Everyone I know prefers that their dog go outside on grass or, sometimes, in the case of small dogs, on newspaper in the house. (I personally think that last is a terrible idea, but some people prefer it.) But if you want your dog to eliminate in a cage, the advice is the same as for house training a dog to go anywhere else.
Lia
sometime, he can rememebr to wee in the cage

What do you mean by "the cage?" Were you originally trying to teach him to use an excersise pen or some sort of enclosed place? More detail please. People are getting a very strange picture from this!
and since I moved out 3 years ago,

Moved out of where the dog lives, or moved and took the dog with you?
it get worst..he always wee whever he likes and never go in to the cage to wee unless we asked him to. This is quite annoying and we don't know what is the problem..Please HELP!!!

You will need to explain more before people can understand and try to help.
There are two things worth mentioning: First, if an adult dog is not housebroken, it is best to go back to the beginning and treat the dog as if he were a puppy who doesn't know any better. This means that someone has to watch the dog all the time, and the dog should be confined in an area he won't soil (a kennel or cage), or confined in an area you don't mind him continuing to use, whenever you cannot watch him.
Second, if the problem is ONLY with weeing, is he neutered? Marking weeing, often small amounts, in many places is so much more a problem in intact males that yes, neutering can make a big difference. Allow 2 weeks before you see changes due to neutering (it takes that long for the hormones to change).
It is certainly possible to housebreak an intact male dog, although they are usually much more easily tempted from the path of inappropriate (to humans) marking. So it is usually more demanding. Neutering does not solve the whole problem just by itself. I have never heard anyone say that neutering did not help reduce marking or make it easier to retrain, and I have heard many many people say that neutering did reduce marking and make retraining, and housetraining maintenance, much easier. I do know a few people who say that neutering DID resolve a marking-only problem in an otherwise well behaved and well housebroken male, but I am inclined to think they are the exception to the rule.
In other words if he is in fact marking, I would recommend that he be neutered; I believe neutering will make the problem easier to deal with. But don't expect a miracle cure.

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sometime, he can rememebr to wee in the cage

What do you mean by "the cage?"...

Thanks for saying what I was thinking. To me, it sounds like the dog has been taught to pee *In* his crate, and is understandably confused.

When I count my blessings, I count my dog twice.