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Hey everyone, I’m not sure if this is a behavioural problem or something else but I’ve mentioned this to my vet and she didn’t seem concerned health wise so maybe it’s more of a behavioural issue.
I have a 4 year old cavachon and over the last month or so he’s begun pooping in the house during the night a few times a week. This is very odd behaviour from him as he is normally really good at letting us know when he needs to go out, even during the night. We give him plenty of chance to go out before bedtime (sometimes he’ll poo outside just before bed and then go again during the night), and we make sure not to feed him too late. The consistency of the poo is fine, he seems happy and healthy and he’s eating normally so he doesn’t seem to be sick as far as I can tell.
What could be causing this change in behaviour and how do I stop it? Nothing’s changed in his routine that would suddenly make him start pooping inside when he’s never done that before. The only thing I could maybe think of that’s causing it is that we’ve had a slight increase in the number of foxes in the area so they might have spooked him during the night and caused him to poo inside?
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