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Victoria
We'll give it a try!
Thu Sep 5, 2013 20:53
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Thanks Lisa, we use the clicker for training but I haven't tried it with this problem yet so hopefully that will work. I have tried training her to 'Leave It' (her poop) but have made no progress once she is off the leash. I did have a question, would you recommend not letting her off the leash outside until this is under control? I don't want to go backwards but she absolutely loves being outside playing ball and running through the sprinklers. Also, if she does get to it before me do you have any tips on how I should react? I don't want to tell her no and get her confused and think that she is not supposed to use the bathroom, but should I say something to her?

Thank you so much for your help!!

  • Hi Victoria, I wish I could offer different adviceLisa Springview, Wed Sep 4 20:30
    but I have never had a pup that I was not able to deter and stop from doing this. It is really more of a training issue I believe. Be very diligent and make sure you have trained her to have strong... more
    • We have an 11 month old from Pippa and Bocelli who does the same thing! I walk him and he doesn't try to eat it but if he goes off leash he will. He knows he shouldn't do it and tries to get to it... more
    • We'll give it a try! — Victoria, Thu Sep 5 20:53
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