Dog won't stop pooping gin the house?

I have a 6 month old puppy who was not potty trained by his old owner. I will let him out of the crate in the morning and take him out, he will go pee then come in the house and like 10 min later or so he will poop in the house mostly in my 2 year old son’s room. I’m very frustrated with this. I’ve had dogs before and never had this issue. He is a small dog and I don’t have a fenced yard. He wont poop sometimes for like 2 days then he will poop like 3 times in one day! When he poops in the house I show it to him, tell him no then put him by the door. I have a pee pad by the door he has never used. I don’t want to put the poop on the pad and leave it cause it smells and my son might try and pick it up, which he has done. This is a heath concern and just plain gross. Please help.

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2 Responses to “Dog won't stop pooping gin the house?”

  1. Crystal says:

    take the poop outside and put it on the grass. then show it to the dog and allow him to smell it, tell him a command like "go potty" or something, then praise him. dont yell at him when he poops in the house, give him a stern "no" then pick him and it up and take immediately outside.. DO NOT use this technique if he has already moved away from the poop.. he wont know what is going on and will make whatever he was doing after he pooped negative.

  2. Danielle says:

    restrict its space an restrict it’s food intake. Don’t just leave food out. Keep it on a schedule and be consistent. I had to retrain my husbands 10 year old chihuahua when we got married. He ruled the house. I feed him at 7a m and then he goes out. then he can come in but I restrict his space, to only where I can watch him. If I can’t watch him he goes in his crate. I also make him go out as soon as he comes out of his crate, no matter how long he’s been in there. He knows he has to. No questions asked. Then I feed him at 6 pm and out he goes again. I control everything. He actually likes to be herded. My husband says it’s the happiest he’s ever seen him. Just like I always say. A trained dog is a happy dog. They want to be good so set them up for success.

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