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Old May 19th 04, 12:27 AM
Tangelo
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We adopted an almost seven year old "mill" Bichon in March. She had been a
breeder dog. We have three other dogs that helped socialize her, help her
learn to play and to potty train her. She's gone from being terrifed to
jumping in my lap to get the hugs and pets the other guys get.

She is house trained. She doesn't mess on the floor or rugs or pee inside.
She does, however, pee in the food dishes!??? Naturally she does this in
the food dishes of the other dogs. We are trying to grab bowls up very
quickly as each one is finished eating, but we aren't fast enough. She
likes the other dogs. She plays with them and sleeps with them. I need
some kind of approach to take with her regarding this. I'm not sure how to
redirect it and it's nearly impossible to catch her at it. Two eat in the
kitchen, two in the breakfast nook.

Do we just need to be three times faster and catch her, or is there some
other thing we might try?

Thanks in advance,

Debbie


 




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