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Old 03-21-2019, 09:28 PM
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Post Move - Frequent Accidents

Hi all,

I moved into a new house a little over a month ago. Since moving, my two dogs have had increased number of bowel movements everyday. Both of my dogs are potty trained (3 and 7 years old), but since moving, I may come home to 1-4 piles a day. Their diet has not changed and I would think over a month being in the new house would have lowered any potential stress levels.

I am unsure what to do to get them to stop having poop accidents. Does anyone here have any ideas?
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My 4 year old dog straight up UN POTTY TRAINED when we moved. He had moved before but there were some special circumstances involved that really stressed him.

The crate is vital. Not only was it extremely necessary for our carpet, but he needed the added stability and security of his den. The stressful time ended, he went back to normal, and everything is fine but the crate is still important to him.


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