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My husband and I just adopted a 5 month old rescue yesterday, from a shelter. He is very nervous to go on walks, but we've gotten him out a few times so far. We have noticed that immediately after eating (literally about one minute), he will poop or pee in the house. He will finish chewing, turn around, and immediately eliminate himself. Idk how we would even have a chance to catch him before he does this.
We gor a crate and decided to start feeding him in the crate to catch these accidents, but I've never had a dog that wasn't housebroken, and I've never had to crate train a dog before. I'm in totally new territory and I feel so lost. I wanna do whats best for him but I feel like this is going to be a huge struggle considering he also doesn't like going outside yet. He literally sits down and refuses to move most times we try bringing him outside.
This is only the second day we've had him, so I'm sure it will get better, but I would really love some advice from some people who have done this before.
I also would like to know how to let him know this is not okay behavior without scaring him or yelling, as he is very anxious and scared, he clearly has previous trauma. I want to proceed with caution.
Thank you 😊
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