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My dog won't poop in the garden ?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Alex.B, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Alex.B

    Alex.B Keyboard Hero

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    As title ? No matter how long we spend in the garden he will not go ! .
    He will go for a wee no problem but number two is just not happening :confused:

    As soon as we get out for a walk bingo ! Out it comes , I know most would be fine about it but I've never had a dog do this .

    Any ideas chaps ?
     
  2. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Just new territory mate,

    my rescue dog was about 2 month before the 2s were dropped:)
     
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    When out in the street does he do it on the pavement or grass verge?
     
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    Verge, but there's no pavements where I live . Just road and verge :)
     
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    Prob sees it as his "home" my dog does the same thing every summer when we spend more time outside.
     
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    They only have a coyple of poos a day so just keep taking him out on walks... It's good for both of you bonding/excersize etc.



    Luckily I live within a myriad of parks and Recreation grounds.. Also I live right next door to a lovely nature walk and canal:)
     
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  7. Seamaster

    Seamaster Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Next time I'm there mate, I'll do a big one off the decking just to show him what to do.
    Don't thank me, happy to help. :)

    Chris
     
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    Pick up one of his poops and put in the garden. He'll know then it's ok, but personally I would prefer him doing it on the walk.
     
  9. JD

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    Train your pooch, when he go's tell him, go poo poo, fence off a small section of your garden,

    lead him to it and tell him to go poo poo, he will soon get the message.
     
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    I tell mine to go busy busy
     
  11. Alex.B

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    Hmmnnn , tried go pooh pooh ........ nothing ? Well he is from London so what's cockney for pooh ?:D
     
  12. Alex.B

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    Huston , we have a sh1 t . It turns out he's a bit common :D
     
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    Try 3 teapoons of Epsom salts in warm water, works for me!!!!
    Lee.
     
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    To be fair you can understand his reasoning,shortly after leaving the wife (she didn't like me shooting) I moved
    in with the girl from across the road and it caused all sorts of problems.
    Loads of people told me not to Censored in my own backyard :)
     
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    Seen one of these airport fly in the wall programmes a couple of weeks ago, during a plane connecting flight, this blind chaps dog needed to go, so one of the airport staff took him outside to a small patch of grass, she asked the blind chap, "will he be long, how do you know he needs to go" oh he will need to go alright, when he is on the grass, just say to him "Park It"... Lol. Well she did, and he done the business. Now that's what I call a well trained dog, I new they were intelligent just by the fact they are dogs for the blind... but that is amazing

    Mobile
     
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    I think its you who needs abit of training my son, in the art of respect to your southern cheeky chappy cockney.

    If us Londoners start telling you what to do, you be Censored in yourself straight away, might take abit longer for your mutt though, as he's a cock. LOL
     
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    Lol , just coz I livz er in lincs , don't meanz I woz born er cuz :D
     
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    You're both soft southern shandy drinking ponces. Get used to it.

    Chris
     
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    I trust you take a couple of poo bags with you when your out with your dog so some unfortunate sod doesn't step in it
     
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    Do you take the stick out of your arse before you post on this forum?

    Chris
     

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