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So we have a Maltese Poodle mix, and we have had her for around 4 years. We had gotten her since she was around 3 weeks, and we are at a complete stalemate with her. We have her and another dog, who get along pretty well.

The other dog gets more attention because he is what we would call a Good boy, and she has recently been a bad girl. She has went both types of bathroom inside multiple times, and she doesn't even seem to respond to any type of discipline. She has went bathroom inside the house before a very small amount of times, but it's getting ridiculous at this point. We have tried a class, and the obvious discipline, but nothing works for her.

The feeding dilemma is pretty messed up too. She normally ate the wet and dry food combined, but recently she has literally picked out the wet food specifically. We tried the same strategy as one of my buddies and just tried to essentially starve her, only giving her dry food until she realized it was all she was getting, but she worried us. For almost 3 days she went without any actual food, just anything she ate that we didn't see her eating. We got worried and we were the ones who had to give in for her own sake.

We had just moved into a new house and don't know what to do anymore. We don't want the house ruined (Which she has already started) and she isn't understanding us. We are at the point where we want to get rid of her because we can't handle it anymore, but most of us still love her and want her.

What's the best plan of action? She is currently just going to be in a cage for a good amount of the time, but that's not how we want her to live.

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