We have a female Italian Greyhound puppy who is 12 weeks old. We have had her for almost 4 weeks. She goes potty outside about 75% of the time just fine and sleeps around 8 hours through the night. We take her out at least every one to two hours during the day. However, she continually pees on her bedding in her crate and will walk over to her bed to pee on it if she is out of the crate. Even if she has been recently taken outside. We have tried expensive enzymatic cleaners and have replaced the bedding multiple times. Even if it is just a thin, small towel, she will pee on it. We bought her a new bed to lay on when we have her out playing with her and she peed on it yesterday. If I take all bedding away from her while she is in the crate, she will bark and cry incessantly. I am at my wit's end! She doesn't really have accidents in our house. She just pees on her bedding and occasionally poops on it. No bedding = a beserk whining dog who pees anyway and then gets it all over herself. Bedding = dog pee on bedding. Thoughts? Ideas? I feel like this is habit she is in and I don't know how to break it. We have tried an expen -- does not work. Can't put her in bathroom because she chews the cabinets. I really need this dog to be crate-trained. She chews up puppy pads and newspapers as well. We have a plastic crate and a wire crate and they are only big enough for her to turn around in. Help!