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Jessie is approx a 4 years old rescue, Jack russell cross. We have had her about 6 weeks and she is truely wonderful. In her previous home, I understand , she was left all day with newspaper down and walked very rarely. I leave her approx 8.30 am until noon ( she has two walks prior to this ) and then walk her again during my lunchbreak returning home again at 3.30 pm. We then have a really good walk and a number of short trips during the evening .

She regulary wees and poos during the day which is one thing , however she also does the same when we are all in the house, sometimes only 20 mins after returning from her walk. She has some seperation anxiety issues as she barks and jumps madly about when i return home and it can often take 10 mins during my lunch hour of turning my back and ignoring her , until she calms enough to get her on the lead on!

I understand that she may still be a little unsettled and her past toilet training has not helped but how can i discourage her from soiling in the home? She is such a sweetie and wonderful with both my teenagers and resident cats and we all adore her but would love some advise from experianced owners as quite how to handle this . I use proper stuff from the vet to clean the area and she has been checked out with them. She had had a litter of pups just prior to coming here and is booked in to be spayed in a fortnight.


Thanking you in advance

Sallyanne x
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Jessie is approx a 4 years old rescue, Jack russell cross. We have had her about 6 weeks and she is truely wonderful. In her previous home, I understand , she was left all day with newspaper down and walked very rarely. I leave her approx 8.30 am until noon ( she has two walks prior to this ) and then walk her again during my lunchbreak returning home again at 3.30 pm. We then have a really good walk and a number of short trips during the evening .

She regulary wees and poos during the day which is one thing , however she also does the same when we are all in the house, sometimes only 20 mins after returning from her walk. She has some seperation anxiety issues as she barks and jumps madly about when i return home and it can often take 10 mins during my lunch hour of turning my back and ignoring her , until she calms enough to get her on the lead on!

I understand that she may still be a little unsettled and her past toilet training has not helped but how can i discourage her from soiling in the home? She is such a sweetie and wonderful with both my teenagers and resident cats and we all adore her but would love some advise from experianced owners as quite how to handle this . I use proper stuff from the vet to clean the area and she has been checked out with them. She had had a litter of pups just prior to coming here and is booked in to be spayed in a fortnight.


Thanking you in advance

Sallyanne x
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congrats on your rescue! and welcome to the forum....

barring health issues as the cause...i'd recommend crate training for when you aren't home...
make sure that you are rewarding her for going outside and do not correct her for going in the wrong place...just move her to the right spot and clean up....



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