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We recently (2 weeks ago) rescued a ~6 month old cattle dog / pit mix (Pixel) from a local rescue. We know she was picked up stray at about 4 months old in TN before being transported up to the shelter where we found her in NJ. She and our older pup (Gimli) are awesome together and we love her to pieces, but she won't stop peeing inside.
Gimli (2 years old) is a BC / cattle dog mix and was the easiest dog ever to train, the biggest struggle was his complete lack of food motivation. He had maybe 3 accidents inside total since we brought him home at 10 weeks old. Pixel is extremely food motivated and has picked up on basic obedience very well so far, but can't seem to stop peeing in the house despite regular (every 30-60 minutes) trips outside and 1 hour long walks each morning and evening.
She'll go outside and pee and then 10 minutes later squat and pee somewhere in the house. Needless to say, this has been really frustrating and we're at a loss on what to do besides remain patient and keep on using positive reinforcement/treats when she goes outside. The house is really starting to reek like pee after cleaning up 5-7 accidents/day for the past two weeks. Any advice on how to further put a stop to this would be greatly appreciated!
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