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Old 01-17-2013, 12:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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poop and pee in house :(

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My dog is now 6 months old and i take her out all day long and i'm tired of putting her in a cage when i leave the house -- and each time i test her out of the cage she always poops and pee's in the house --- but when she is with me in the house she never makes a mess since i'm always making sure she is outside after water or play time and stuff -- so why is it when she is with me she never makes a mess but when i leave her out of the cage when i leave the house she always makes a mess even if i took her out before leaving the house for 1 hour or so --

Please help try to solve this issue with me ---
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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she's still way too young to be left out unsupervised, in my humble opinion. this is one of the reasons why.
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Agree with previous post. She is too young to leave out of crate unsupervised.
My daughters puppy (who is now one) did the same thing. I kept telling my daughter the same thing. She does fine now, but still goes in the crate when they go out. Maia loves her crate.
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I agree that she is young to be left alone in the house.

But when you take her outside before leaving do you stay with her to make sure she pees and poops before bringing her back into the house? You should give her a chance to relieve herself a couple ot timrs as sometimes at that age they can poop a couple of times before being empty. If you are making sure she relieves herself and then she still pees and poos again when left in the house only a short time I suspect she may suffer from separation anxiety. Does she bark and whine when you leave?
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I agree with the above posts. Extra potty breaks and crate her. She is still much too young to be trusted out on her own for X number of hours. From what I have read on this forum A LOT of good dobie owners crate up well into their dogs are 2 years old.

I personally have no problem with the crate. It ensures my boy's safety and the safety of the items in my house. Anyone who comes near the house can still hear him bark when he hears them... how do they know he is in his crate?
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:51 AM   #6 (permalink)
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We don't start trusting our dogs outside the crate until they are about 2 years old. Not just the housebreaking, but Dobermans are prone to destruction and I wouldn't want to come home to a couch in pieces.
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:44 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I've done that before...couch in pieces...also a nice comfy chair...years ago. The chair was the last straw. Ordered three ken l aire slant crates and still use one today.
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Yeah i really make sure she let's it all out before leaving and no she never really barks when i leave i stay outside my door to make sure

I just feel so bad leaving her in a cage



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I agree that she is young to be left alone in the house.

But when you take her outside before leaving do you stay with her to make sure she pees and poops before bringing her back into the house? You should give her a chance to relieve herself a couple ot timrs as sometimes at that age they can poop a couple of times before being empty. If you are making sure she relieves herself and then she still pees and poos again when left in the house only a short time I suspect she may suffer from separation anxiety. Does she bark and whine when you leave?
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do it for her safety and for your sanity.
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:16 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I started leaving Lexi out of her crate while I was at work when she turned a year old.
Haven't had a single problem and she is now 16 months old. She has a ton of toys scattered around the house to play with. It was nerve racking for the first week but I completely trust her alone now. I keep my house ridiculously clean as well.

I made the mistake of giving her the opportunity to be outside her crate when I went for a brief grocery shopping around 8 months of age and I came home to a couple CD's in 1,000 pieces all over my carpet...
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I would never trust my six month old unsupervised in the house. Just this morning he managed to sneakily grab a shoe on his way out the door for a potty break and shred it in the yard. He CANNOT be trusted outside of the crate without supervision. That's just asking for trouble
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poop and pee in house :(

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Hi

My dog is now 6 months old and i take her out all day long and i'm tired of putting her in a cage when i leave the house -- and each time i test her out of the cage she always poops and pee's in the house --- but when she is with me in the house she never makes a mess since i'm always making sure she is outside after water or play time and stuff -- so why is it when she is with me she never makes a mess but when i leave her out of the cage when i leave the house she always makes a mess even if i took her out before leaving the house for 1 hour or so --

Please help try to solve this issue with me ---
Im sure this has all been said but, when your home watching her you know when shes going to show signs of potty this you can correct it and take her out. Being a pup leaving them alone uncrated is not a good option. In my house hold my 2 year old dobe is still contained while unsupervised because he simply cant be trusted not to lift his leg everywhere. Not many people believe crating is a good thing but it saves hassle of your dog making a mess everywhere.


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she's still way too young to be left out unsupervised, in my humble opinion. this is one of the reasons why.
Ding Ding Ding!!
Yep still to young she could get into tons of trouble which could end up costing you a lot more money then the little trouble it takes to put her in her bed. PUPPIES are work period.
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6 months is too young, Buddy was 2 years & 4 mos. before allowing him freedom.Better to crate than come home to a dead dog or one that has to have surgery which may cost $3,000.00-$5,000.00 they do not call them Dobergoats for nothing better to be safe than sorry.
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