House Trained Dog Started Pooping in His Kennel

My 16 month old English Bulldog is pooping in his kennel after being house broken for over a year.

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January 31, 20180 found this helpful
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Normally when a dog starts pooping in his kennel after being house trained for over a year means that something has changed. A dog can sense changes in the home and when this happens they start acting out. One they can poop or two they can pee. You'll need to first determine what has changed in the home. Is there a new animal, did an animal die recently, did a new person come to live there or did a person recently leave? All this can affect the dog.

Once you understand the change is when you can start to fix the problem. You'll need to retrain the dog to go outside all over again. That means just before the dog goes in the kennel for the night you must take him out for a walk.

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February 1, 20180 found this helpful

The dog can have physical issues, or may have psychological issues due to stress or a change. Dogs usually don't make a mess where they eat or sleep. I would talk to the vet.

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March 16, 20180 found this helpful

Restart you house training ...
This time 10 mins after food consumption he must be taken out ,,

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You must stay out till he's been....
Never kids they lie.
Don't over feed him....like don't leave food down...
Golden rule 5 minutes then store away.
No tip bits.
Always check is dropping for worms,and that he's passing what You think he as eaten.
Hope it helps

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