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Training Adult Rescue Dog to do Poop or Pee Outdoors

Posted by JohnBrady NC (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 20, 13 at 13:00

My 2.5-year-old Beagle/Mountain Feist spayed female rescue, Zoey (she's been with me 8 days) is clingy and extraordinarily loveable. Has only had one pee accident in the house and I did not scold her, merely took her outdoors. After a 20-minute walk, she finally peed and met other dogs who had peed a little bit in the same area. I drove her to the dog park and she peed a quart (she weighs 20 lbs) and pooped. Now, despite long walks along scented paths, and many opportunities to pee outdoors, she will only pee when we go to the dog park! No accidents in the home. Have tried the pee sticks, to no avail. Will get some of her poop next time we are at dog park and bring it back to rural homesite. Suggestions, please! Thank you.

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RE: Training Adult Rescue Dog to do Poop or Pee Outdoors

I think your plan of bringing the dog do-do back to your place is a good idea. Just take the dog to the same area that you want them to go potty and they should get the idea.

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