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|11-23-2011, 04:45 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
I have a 1 1/2 old yorkie that will not stop pooing on my furniture. Im at my wits end. The other day I was at one end of the the couch and my daughter was sitting at the other end and we were watching tv. I looked down and the dog had jumped up on the couch and was pooing right in between us.
I have tried so much with this dog. Crating, not allowing on the couch unless we are right there. Obviously this cannot happen anymore either, she only eats twice a day. We walk 1/4 mile 2-3 times a day, she is put outside ALOT.
She just went again on the love seat and my husband sat in it........Yeah, needless to say its to the point of thinking of rehoming her because Im obviously not doing something right. Ive wrote about this before and it did stop for several months.
She is a very dominate dog. When she is upset and if not given 100% attention she either poo's or barks. Please help me out.
I love this dog. I just cannot have this and in all honesty my husband has had his fill of it. He was ready to serve her for thanksgiving this time.
We have brand new furniture that I have to keep covered. I cannot continue living like this. My daughter is totally grossed out because the dog poo's right next to her. I believe she may do this because she is jealous of my kiddo.
My friends are so suprised when they see my adopted baby has four legs!!!
Last edited by KathyMiller; 11-23-2011 at 04:48 AM.
|11-23-2011, 08:48 AM||#2|
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Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Ft. Wayne, IN, USA
Well, I have to admit I laughed when I read that your husband sat in it. Sorry! I know it wasn't funny at the time, but I can just imagine. Does she go outside to potty or use pads? I am a really new dog owner, but I pretty much has his poop schedule down to a "t". In fact last night the weather was terrible and he ran out to potty - went pee and came right back in. I KNEW he had a poo in there and sent him right back out. He ran to his poop spot did his business and came right back in.
Maybe a strict schedule for awhile would help? I am sure others that have lots of experience will chime in with some great tips.
Brutus is mommas boy!