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Originally posted by maldronath
I'm in the great lakes area and have several dogs. Nothing out of the ordinary going on here.
Dogs go in the yard and visitors that ring the doorbell go on the porch when they see or hear my dogs.
Originally posted by jonhplayer
reply to post by davidmann
I stated that im from the uk and i think a couple of others having the same problem are uk.
Is this just happening in england?
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
reply to post by silo13
I guess that would have a point if the dogs were revolting instead of just not going to the bathroom outside.
Maybe they are just practicing civil disobedience. And staging # ins.
EDIT: Aww the jokes kinda lost when the profanity filter murders the punch line.
[edit on 8/2/2010 by ThaLoccster]
Originally posted by SheeplFlavoredAgain
reply to post by LoneGunMan
My dog is peeing inside her crate. I'm home with her and walk with her often so at most she only has to hold it for eight hours during the night. During the day she usually gets out every three to four hours. I'm an enthusiastic walker so we are outdoors a good part of the day except in extreme weather. The peeing started a couple of months ago and the vet could find no infection or scalding to indicate the issue is hormonal. She has tapered off on this though. It was really ramping up right around the time we got hit with the unprecedented quake in MD. She does go outdoors too. That didn't change. It's just that the peeing indoors was new to us. The cats seem to be having more accidents outside the litterbox too. We are getting all carpet taken up next month and replaced with laminate and tile. It certainly is odd. I'm sorry to hear others have to go through this too. It's a real pain to deal with.