By seth7_ - 18/01/2014 07:14 - United States - Dunedin
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Yum. In all seriousness, open every window/door possible to let it air out and turn off the AC!
#50 that's an assumption on your part. I have a small dog and although I take her out every morning to pee, she doesn't poop until after she has eaten and by then I am already gone for the day. She uses a puppy pad during the time I am gone because, well, she has a little bladder. OP's dog could have done it because it is sick (hope for his sake that it isn't) or it was an aberration. Just because a dog does something wrong doesn't mean the owner is not a good one.
Don't know why this is getting thumbed down. As somebody that's becoming a vet, I spend a lot of time with animals, including my own dogs. I have one golden retriever that behaves extremely well whether I'm home or not. However, my other golden has A LOT of energy, and when I'm not home, she destroys the house (ripping cushions, moving furniture, ect.) out of boredom. I have to put her in her crate when I leave so that she doesn't do this. She loves it. She just plays with her toys the whole time. I don't even have to force her to go in it. She'll even go in sometimes when I'm home. If OP properly trains their dog, then it should be no problem doing this when they're not home.
In the process of training, he's a puppy though. My wife was supposed to be watching him but something came up.