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I have a 6 month old goldendoodle who generally seems perfectly potty trained and a good boy when I'm around (the most he'll do is play with a sock or try to sniff the trash). But the second I go to the bathroom or go to my car, he throws manners out the window. Sometimes he'll find a room to poop in, or just now I went to the bathroom and in that time he chewed through the tv remote. I didn't force his face into his poop when he was young, so he shouldn't be afraid to relieve himself. Is there a way to tell him not to do something he did without me being there to stop him?
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