Piddle Pad Trained Dog Peeing on Carpet?

I have a 5 year old Yorkie who is pad trained. She has never had an issue urinating on the pad until a few months ago. Now she goes on the carpet sometimes in our bedroom. She does it when we are home and when we are not. She knows it's wrong as soon as she does it. She has been checked by our vet and there are no problems. She only does it in our bedroom, never in other parts of the house. How do I break her of this?



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December 3, 20170 found this helpful

Normally when a dog does this, it is because of some change in their routine or life. For example a person has recently moved out of the home, a new animal came into the home, you've changed your working hours. All of these types of events can change a dog's behavior and they can start to pee or poop in your home.

You first need to identify the change and then start working on retraining your dog to go back on the pee pads that you give them to use.

I have never been a big fan of pee pads and would rather just take the dog outside to go to the toilet. This saves on the mess and smell in my home. You can try to start training the dog to go outside all the time and not use the pads any longer. They might be tired of the pads and not want to use them anymore.

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