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I was hoping you might be able to help me with this new problem I’m having. My husband and I have two dogs and have recently moved to a new house. Both dogs are around 5 years old and housebroken.
We had a few accidents when they first arrived here, which we expected and wasn’t a big deal. However, we have now been in the house for a month and can’t figure out why they poop in the hallway every time they’re given access to it.
Today, my husband took them outside in the morning and they both did their business (1&2). Not even 5 minutes after they got back in, I caught one pooping in the hallway.
If we keep a baby gate up so they can’t get in the hallway, we have no problems, but we’d like to not have to worry about it. We take them out regularly and praise them heavily when they go outside.
We’ve been cleaning their messes with an enzymatic cleaner so the smell doesn’t remain, but it doesn’t seem to be working.
Another problem is that our yard has decreased a lot in size since moving, and they now refuse to use the yard as a bathroom. We have to walk them every time to get them to go, or they’ll just hold it (assuming they don’t have access to the hallway).
Any suggestions? Thank you in advance for your help!
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