Friday, June 21, 2013

What Advice Do You Have For A Dog Who Seems To Always Have To Go?

Here is some very good advice from a question placed on Pawbly today.

The question was asked by Joanie.

"Even after I walk my Huskie and she has a bowel movement outside, she still has a bowel movement in the house, what could be the problem and how do I solve this?"

Here is the answer one of our Advisor's gave.
Is she having normal bowel movements? One of my dogs had colitis and he was going all the time. He would go outside and inside.
Also, how often are you taking her out? Personally, I don't leave my dogs without a chance to go to the bathroom for longer than 4-5 hours.
Lastly, does your dog eat most of her food for the day all at the same time? One of my dogs does this. He will finish his breakfast late in the afternoon and then eat all his dinner soon after. Therefore, he usually does all his poops in the morning.
Maybe your dog is experiencing the same thing but doesn't get it all out while on the walk?
Let me know if you have any other questions.
This question was answered by Margot Ahlquist. Here is her bio. You can ask her a question directly, or find her on
Margot Ahlquist is the creator of Paws to Talk, which started as an advice blog and has grown into a life coaching business. Margot’s award-winning blog is written in the voices of her two standard poodles Bella and DiDi. Prior to her work on Paws to Talk, Margot worked for over 8 years as a writer, researcher and producer in the Television Industry. Margot has a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communications and continues her life coaching education at Coach U. She makes sure to play a good game of fetch everyday.

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