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Old December 21st, 2011, 08:30 PM
Puppylove1969 Puppylove1969 is offline
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Holy frustration!!

Evening all!!

Looking for alittle advice on what to do about my dog.
Chevy is a 6 year old German Shepherd (purebred)
Lately he has been pulling this stunt. If daughter takes him out for a walk in the morning, and if her boyfriend is with her, they will go off to her room when they get back. No matter how long they are in her room for, when they come out, he has done some "business" all over the floor. This NEVER happens if I am home. It doesnt happen if my son takes him and then leaves right after bringing him home. It seems he only does it with my daughter.
She thought maybe it was for attention, so when she would come back with him, she would give him a treat and some love, then go off to her room. He still did it. We are completely baffled and frustrated by his behaviour.....
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Old December 23rd, 2011, 03:12 AM
MaxaLisa MaxaLisa is offline
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This might be more of a behaviour problem than a medical one?

Always a good idea to rule out a urinary tract infection.
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