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fostermum Tue 08-Feb-05 05:53:33

how can one dog poo and pee so bloody much in on night,this is beging to do my head in,he doesnt get a drink after mid afternoon,hoping it will of all passed my bed time,and he has major meal at breakfast with snack at tea time, yet he can still crap for england and win gold!!!!!aghghghghgh

Titania Tue 08-Feb-05 07:56:04

I know how you feel....molly was the same....have you got a crate for him? how old is he? we bought a crate for molly and it made an instant difference. I got mine really cheap off ebay.

fostermum Tue 08-Feb-05 08:01:41

he's 4 months old now,and we tried a crate but i have another dog and whan we tried the crate they howled non stop all night, naighbours not happy,its not as if he doesnt go all day too,but out side,

Titania Tue 08-Feb-05 09:11:10

did you gradually introduced the crate? maybe feed him in there so that its not just associated with being shut in and left? We did this with molly. she is 16 weeks old now, so about the same age as yours. She was totally dreadful to start with. I was on the verge of taking her back to the centre cos I couldn't deal with all the poo and wee.

piffle Tue 08-Feb-05 09:29:16

ours too got much better with a crate
we feed her days food in two meals one 7am and the other 7pm, we take her for wee walks every hour at night although she now whines for us.
We have to force her out at about10.30 -11pm and we simply do not go in til she poos.
She is much better and oddly if it raining or really cold she does it instantly
The peeing every time she wags her tail is my main bugbear...

fostermum Tue 08-Feb-05 09:53:09

its not him that howls its the older dog trys allnight to get him out

Titania Tue 08-Feb-05 09:56:50

maybe get a crate for him too?

fostermum Tue 08-Feb-05 10:09:15

couldnt do that hes on his last legs bless him shock proberly finish him off

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