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    Well, I'm convinced. It's definitely a behavioral issue. I made him get up this morning with the other two, and go outside to pee. Had a party when he did pee (GOOD BOY FRANKIE!!!! GOOD PEE PEE!!!!). I'm sure the neighbors enjoyed that at 5 a.m. I left the 3 of them out for about 10 minutes, then I let them back in and I went back to bed with a cup of coffee to watch the news. I got up about 10 minutes later and sure enough, he pooped in the livingroom. :whatever:

    Time to take the bull by the horns with him again.




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    Amy, sorry Mr. Frankie has decided to turn into such a monster. As you said, it sound behavioral especially after this mornings incident.

    Definitely, that the bull by the horns & nip this before it gets bigger & harded to remedy.

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    Hope you get a handle on this soon.

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    Dutch goes through spells of disappointing me with house training issues. Not usually when I am home, but when I'm gone. It's usually when his perfect schedule is interrupted for whatever reason. Just having Mace there might have set Frankie off, but hopefully, he'll get it back in control soon. Good luck!

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    HAHAHA! Oh I know it isn't funny but the way you told it WAS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzgrlduff
    Well, I'm convinced. It's definitely a behavioral issue. I made him get up this morning with the other two, and go outside to pee. Had a party when he did pee (GOOD BOY FRANKIE!!!! GOOD PEE PEE!!!!). I'm sure the neighbors enjoyed that at 5 a.m. I left the 3 of them out for about 10 minutes, then I let them back in and I went back to bed with a cup of coffee to watch the news. I got up about 10 minutes later and sure enough, he pooped in the livingroom. :whatever:

    Time to take the bull by the horns with him again.
    I have not had the issue of p or p in the house, so I am not directly relating to your issue. But I have found that all I have to do to get HK to poop in the morning, and after dinner, is to get her to do a few short runs. i.e. toss a bumper two times. Then she marches off to the area she likes to poop. If I don't get those two runs in and only wanders around, she will want to go out to poop about 15 minutes after we come back in.
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    Just having Mace there might have set Frankie off
    That's exactly what it is, Sandy. Kinda like when a new baby comes home and the child that used to be babied is forced to share the attention. :gum:



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    Oh, sounds like Mr. LittlePartyPants has his nose out of joint having a sister.........
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    Oh, sounds like Mr. LittlePartyPants has his nose out of joint having a sister.........
    LOL! Yes!!!!!!! He's being a B-R-A-T!
    Oh, and then a little while later he went into the kitchen and splashed the water all over the place. He hasn't done that in over a year! :no:



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    Ohh Frankie!!!! :no:

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