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    Ok...Ernie is giving me a run for my money. I am getting used to the stubbornness and can handle that(most of the time) but now he has decided that he will never ever ever never go in our yard anymore. He was usually good for 2-3 a day at pretty specific times(so I know when has to go). Now it is leash or nothing. I clip on the leash, walk him down the driveway and he will either poop on my neighbors yard or the side of mine. while I am grateful this is not in my house...I would love for him to poop in my yard as it makes it much easier for my kids and sitters when I am not home. He always got tons of praise and treats for pooping in yard.

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    I'm of no help here..not sure how to train them to go in a specific spot..but I did want to say good job Ernie for going outside and being good on the leash!

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    Default Re: only poops on a leash

    Not much help here but I would just go with it and slowly start moving him back towards your yard to do his business. We have the opposite situation for us. Harlea will barely go pee when she is on a leash and definitely will not until she is allowed to free roam and pick her spot.

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    I wonder if you can pick up her poo n place it in the area you want her to go in? Maybe having her scent there will help lead her there next time? Brie is really good about going potty on or off the leash. She pees wherever, but she likes to go poo on the pine straw which is on the perimeter of the grass

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    Default Re: only poops on a leash

    I'm of no help on this either... I have yet to see Mr. Winston on a leash yet!!! He has to find his own spot in our yard... LOL

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    did something scare or freak him out while he was back there?
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