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Hi everyone I have a 5 month old Aussie named Zoe. We are moving into a condo today and wanted some advice on how to keep her from using the bathroom inside. We used to live in an apartment, where she slept in a big pen with blankets and toys inside it, rarely peed/pooped in there, and it was in our room. Should I continue to keep that pen in my room at the new place? This is going to be a 2 story house and j don’t want her to be scared or lonely. We have a big kitchen downstairs that can be closed off to the rest of the house.. I was going to leave her down there during the day while I work. But I’m afraid she will pee all over the entire room. Should I buy another one of those pens to keep downstairs and let her stay in? Should I try pee pads? Never really had much success with those. Sorry for such a long post. Thank you for reading. Previously during the day I would drop her off at my dads (fenced in back yard) but 3 dogs is starting to be too much for him , so I’m needing a daytime solution. Thank you!!!!

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