Dog Won't Pee on Piddle Pad After Pooping

How can I train my already house broken 1yr 8mo (6lbs) Yorkie, to pee after she's pooped on the pad tray if I'm not around to scoop it? And prevent her from picking it out to play with it and/or finishing her business on the terrace couch?
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May 22, 20170 found this helpful

From Animal Humane Society:

Set up her alone room. When you cant watch her, or when you are away from the house, leave Fluffy in a small bathroom with pads covering the entire floor: leave her some water, toys and some bedding to lie on. Do this for 2-3 days, then take away one of the pads (leaving all the others). In two more days, take another pad away. Two days later, remove another, and so on. The idea is to wean Fluffy off of each pad until there is only one left in the room. If she pees outside of the remaining pads, put the rest back and start over.

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