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    Default @&%*@ ...omg does she just love to pee on a bed?

    I just walked Raven, not even ten minutes, I put her on the bed to hang out it me, not even five minutes pass and she pees on my bed. What the frackis wrong with this picture? She has just been banned fom all beds. I am tired of washing damn linens. Any suggestions? I have washed the blanket and in the second cycle I usually drop in some natures miracle, so all in all there should be no scent left.

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    Are you sure Cooper and Gracie arn't at your house!!!! It must be a Bully thing! They do get past this believe me...Cooper now sleeps with us but it took months for me to trust him!

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    And my suggestion don't let her on the bed and keep blankets and pillows up...for some reason they look at them like toilets!! I will pray for you!!!

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    Default Re: @&%*@ ...omg does she just love to pee on a bed?

    Sometimes Abby will pee on the carpet if she gets too excited, other times its because I didn't keep her out long enough. She also drinks a lot so we try not to get upset with her.

    Oh, and she pees in front of the gate if I don't come and get her quick enough. I call that spite peeing and THAT she get's in trouble for.

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    Goodnes gracious she is killing me. I just had to wash my daughters quilt and linens because she did it there too the night before. oh well off to the crate with her. @Cooper11 how long did it take for the crate pooping and bed peeing to stop? Housebreaking is for the birds !

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    @Cooper11 she prefers to lay on pillows but blankets are open season.
    @Twice good luck with the carpets, laughing at her spite peeing. Isn't it funny how you can just see the mischief and the and what look on their face when they get caught.

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    Well Cooper had a handfull of poops in the kennel. He actually had one a few weeks ago but I blamed that on myself. Actually like a month ago he went to his kennel to sleep and I just locked him in there and should have let him out one more time. I couldn't hear him so I am thinking he whined and then pooped! It was sooooo bad! But really You have to learn his all about his pooping. For me Cooper poops right after he eat so I would feed and then let out right away. I am home all day so he didn't poo in the kennel alot. I think 2 times was because he had the run. But.....my other dog pooped in the kennel all the time! I learned quick to only feed him at night otherwise he will poop in the kennel or in the house! So my suggestion is really try to get her to poo and maybe feed her earlier so she can digest it when you are still there to let her out. Otherwise as she gets older she will get better and be able to hold it longer!

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    @Cooper11 I get up at 5:30 to let her go potty, then we come in and she has breakfast. She naps while we get ready for work, then I walk her again before we leave. By the time the kids get home she has pooped. She isn't peeing in there as much. I am saying the woo saaaah because she is only 22 weeks. With Raven, the minute she eats she has to go poo. I swear, sometimes I think her mouth is directly connected to her bum. How old was your pup when you went to the once a day feeding?

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    My Bully is still at 2 feedings a day but he is like yours he poops right after he eats. My brussells griffen is the other pooper and he was probably a year when I went to 1 feedings a day......how big of kennel do you have her in....She really shouldn't bee pooping everyday in it if she is.....does she still have soft poo or solid?

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    Thank goodness it is solid, although she steps on it

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    @Cooper11 I get up at 5:30 to let her go potty, then we come in and she has breakfast. She naps while we get ready for work, then I walk her again before we leave. By the time the kids get home she has pooped. She isn't peeing in there as much. I am saying the woo saaaah because she is only 22 weeks. With Raven, the minute she eats she has to go poo. I swear, sometimes I think her mouth is directly connected to her bum. How old was your pup when you went to the once a day feeding?
    I know what you mean. Tess poops right after she eats I mean right after. There's no waiting around. Tess is 18 weeks.


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    Yes I know the stepping and smearing it all over is what makes you about ! Coop has strong smelling poop too! Gross! Coop is 6 and a half months now and I don't think he will poop in the kennel anymore. I can leave him roam free in the house and not worry but for only maybe a half hour tops. I wold be more worried about what he wold get into rather than pooping. Gracie our female did potty training way better than Coop and she barely ever pooped in her kennel and he is kenneled for half days...my mom works part time! She also had very few accident in the hose but she too wold pee on pillows and blankets! Is there anyway feeding her at 5:30 when you get up....what time do you leave her? maybe not feed her as much and then feed her when you get home and then again at night???

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