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Old 01-06-2013, 12:28 PM
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When our puppy eats shouldn't he have to poop after? We will bring him out for a while to get him to go and he doesn't. Then if we leave him down in the house at all he hurries up and poops. It is frustrating! He knows how to go outside but we can't let him loose in the house unless he goes. What should we do? Is there a certain time that he should be digesting the food and then we bring them out?
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:38 PM
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How old is your puppy? Are you taking him out immediately after he eats or about 10 minutes later? Are you crate training?

With Angel, I would wait about 5-10 minutes after he ate. BUT, he was NEVER out of my site. If he didn't poop and pee, he went back into his crate. The next time he came out was right to his pad for his duties. For me, crate training was the easiest. He trained in about 2-3 weeks! Last August I took away his pee pad and now he goes outside. He never poops right after he eats, though! He is now 2 years old.

Also, when you take him out to poop, make sure you walk him around, keep him moving to stimulate his bowels. When Angel goes out for his duties, he is always on a leash, that way he knows it's not playtime. So far it works!
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I feel they need some time to digest the food a bit. I would wait 10 or so minutes and then take him out. I like the idea of a leash as well. We just have a small fenced in yard for our babies inside our yard so I am not worried about them getting out. I always watch though to make sure that they go and are safe.
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He is 6 months now. I have to look more into crate training more. I just feel bad because for example...we have hockey on Saturday mornings. We take him out, feed him and then we go. We are gone about 4 hours. We come home and take him out. If he doesn't go at all we don't want to put him back in his crate. One more question. In the morning, do we take him out to go pee and then feed him or feed him first? Thanks. He has his classes starting next Sunday too.
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