Q&A: Why does my dog keep going to the bathroom on my kitchen floor?

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Question by smotzie baby g: Why does my dog to the bathroom on my kitchen ?
I have a 2 year old pure bread , he is two years and we potty-trained him to pee on pads first, but then we switched to him going outside and on walks. All of a sudden, in September he poops on walks before he comes inside and will pee and poop on the floor. My parents are getting really pissed off, so I just want to know is their something I should do to make him stop.

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Answer by Ivy
Maybe your dog is constipated.

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Comments

    • Autumn
    • December 18, 2013

    You’re not taking him out often enough. When he has to pee/poop he has to go. Give him the opportunity of elimating outside even if it means you go out and stay with him until he obliges.

    • Kathleen
    • December 18, 2013

    Take him to the vet to check for infection.

    • Tiffany Q
    • December 18, 2013

    She is sending you a message. Is there a new visitor in the house or a new pet or a new routine? Your dog is annoyed about something unless it was a one time accident, maybe you didn’t take her out on time.

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