I have a beagle about a year and a half old. I got him when he was nine months old, and he was mostly, but not completely, housebroken. During the winter I somewhat lapsed in taking him out often enough, and he found a corner in my room that he likes to pee and poop in (he pees quite frequently now, but often in small amounts). I used enzymatic cleaner to remove the odor from the carpet as much as possible, and purchased a lot of training pads that were on clearance, so now his pee/poop area is covered in training pads which I change frequently. I have been trying to take him out more frequently, but I would like advice on how to get him used to going outside and not going inside. I praise him when he goes outside (which he most often does when I take him out), but he still relieves himself in the corner with the training pads. Sometimes I am about to take him out, but he relieves himself before I take him out, so I delay his next going out session. Any advice on handling this situation would be very much appreciated. I would like to get it figured out before I run out of training pads because they are expensive when not on clearance and I go through a lot. Thanks.