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Old October 7th, 2008, 02:54 PM
brzenkdal brzenkdal is offline
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10 year Old Dalmation pooping on her bed!

I have a rescue Dalmation now for 8 years. For the past 4 months she has started pooping on her bed doesn't bother to get up. I first thought it was I not letting her out in time, but I have let her out, she squats to pee, will come in and then 20 minutes later I see her pooping on her bed! I have also seen her walking and pooping on the deck. She has never had these behaviors before and has been the best dog I have ever owned. I took her to the vet and he gave me some pills that didn't help. Is this behavior normal in older Dalmations? She will even poop next to her food bowl where her bed is located. I'm at a loss what to do or if this behavior can be fixed. She's very active when she is outside, but runs right into the house and to her bed.

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