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Discussion in 'Pets & Animals' started by Modafroman, Jul 10, 2006.

  1. the_fuzz

    the_fuzz Member

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    yeah, being desexed doesn't change the markings - it can affect it, but not for all dogs - they will generally mark less, but not all the time
     
  2. Nightwish

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    Ah fair enough. Well thankfully any time now her owner will be picking her up and I won't have to put up with stepping in wet patches anymore :lol:
     
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  3. ruffdayz

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    Could be kidney related too.. owner should get it checked if shes like that at home.
     
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  4. supasaiyan

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    Was at the playground today, and saw a lady in a motorised wheelchair walking her dog. Now the dog was sniffing around looking like it was going drop a deuce... how would the lady pick up the poo?
     
  5. DangerMaus

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    She might have pick up / grabber stick?
     
  6. mjunek

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    Quite simple, be a good citizen and give her a helping hand.
     
  7. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    There are pooper scooper things you can use, I have one here at home for my dog, but I'm thinking this lady probably just leaves her doggie doo doo in the wild.
     
  8. ruffdayz

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    Karma dictates if left there eventually she'll run over a juicy freshly laid dog egg one day, and be unable to clean it off the wheels.
     
  9. Jumpingmanjim

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    Fupi the dachshund who lives next door has been sneaking in through a hole in the fence she's found into our yard, coming inside through the doggy door, eating Jane's (our poodle) biscuits out of Jane's bowl then going back home through the hole in the fence when she's finished everything off.
     
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  10. mjunek

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    That's a sneaky sausage for you! Cheeky buggers.
    Mine would do that, if he wasnt so lazy.
     
  11. Beavis_Wolf

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    If she keeps it up she will get too fat to fit through the fence hole
     
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  13. Sledge

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    Our new dog does this too...
    tried everything to get him to go outside only, but he still pees inside :(
     
  14. Dan N

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    hey guys,

    I need some help - see below and which product is better for dog urine and poop on tiled in the living room and cement floor in the garage room. I am so frustrated with mopping all the time when my 4 month old Shollie pee and poop everywhere (only happened at night when the backyard is closed - can't let him out when it is not safe to do so.

    • Bissell CrossWave Max Professional Cleaner (2767H)
    • Tineco Floor One S3
     
  15. tobes

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    At 4 months old I'd be working on the crate training at night to avoid the issue
     
  16. Radley

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    Barney going for a run on his birthday on Tuesday.
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    Barney and Hunter playing tug of war on Hunters birthday on Thursday.
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  17. rickbishop

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    100% crate training. Dogs don't like to shit where they sleep, and locking it in a crate will teach it to hold it in. Crate training is also good because it gives them a safe space to go to that's their own.
     
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  18. Dan N

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    For bedtime, our dogs have no issues when they sleep. A Shollie sleep in the shower box next to the master bedroom, no issues and a ponchos sleep with us, no problems.

    But during the day, when I’m not home, a Shollie is the most problem for dog urine and poop. I can’t put them in the crates. The house is big. I can’t even let them out to the backyard because a Shollie will dig a hole, except when I’m home, I can let them out.

    many way, I found a solution. I will leave the door opened which is accessible to the garage door so they can urine or poop rather than in the living room.
     
  19. Radley

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    My wife and I hated the idea of crate training. It didn't take long to train Hunter to go outside, and when we got Barney a year later he must have learnt from her. They were naughty and dug and destroyed stuff but that stopped after about 2 years... Barney sleeps on the bed and Hunter sleeps on the couch.
     
  20. randomman

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    Same, except it took Luna forever to learn to go outside... until we crate trained her. It also helped for when we put her at daycare and then overnight - as we might need to do that when we visit Oz. She was potty trained at 4mo. Now at 5mo we leave the crate door open at night, as she was waking us up at 6am for no reason, and she immediately leaves and sleeps near our door. :lol: She's not allowed in the bedroom because the wife is allergic, only really to her licking but in a 1br apartment she needs a "safe space" lol.

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    channeling her inner beaver - don't worry, she doesn't swallow and they don't splinter (also it's properly rotated according to Windows :confused:)
     

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