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If it shits in the crate, the crate is too big. It should be just big enough for the dog to fit. Dogs will shit in a crate if they can go to the other side to get away from it. If they have to step in or around it, they won't do it.
I wasn't going to suggest this - because that's what we did for Jasper as a puppy. Not as an "old dog."

We had the smallest size kennel, and my brother put a pizza box in so he couldn't even turn around.
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Make sure that you are using a good strong cleaner to clean up after the poop is removed. Dogs like to shit and piss where they can smell it.

When the dog dumps in the house, take the poop and put it in a designated spot in the yard. When you take the dog out, take it to the poop spot and let it sniff around. Eventually it will learn that the yard is where it is supposed to do its business.
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House training a dog can be an all-day task until they get it, literally following them around the entire day. Smart dogs figure it out quickly, so it's usually not going to take that level of control.

Some things I've done:

- Bells on the door, ring them every time you take the dog out to poop, eventually the dog will ring them when it needs to go
- Take out on a leash, same spot, have treats ready in your pocket and be prepared to sound like a dork if they poop (get really excited, give a few small treats)
- For corrective behavior, don't ever hit, you can use the spray bottle method or a stern voice and immediately take them outside to the poop spot
- As mentioned, clean with the tan bottle of carpet cleaner specifically meant for pets. We never had a repeat in the same spot using this stuff.

Other than that, not much you can do, any dog can be trained but it may take an increasing amount of time commitment from the human(s) to accomplish. Whether you can deal with that or not is a question only you can answer
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She's 7. She's a dachshund. She's a bitch.

She needs to be put down.
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She's 7. She's a dachshund. She's a bitch.

She needs to be put down.
Give it a chocolate covered sponge?
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I'm about to. Just look at this bitch.

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If I was wearing those colors I'd have the runs too.
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She shit while I was gone from the house for ten minutes. I left it there for roommate to pick up. There's only little bits of it left, and he's not home yet. She fucking ate it.

I am so confused by this dog.
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Forgot to mention this, this damn dog shits three times a day. I've never seem a dog shit this much.
Oh yes...lol...I have a pit who can drop some cow patties. Sometimes 4-5 times a day. Luckily he knows to do it outside
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My dog shits 2-4 times a day. Outside of course. When he was younger he'd shit even more.
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I know that, but he says she will anyways. I'm to the point of putting her in his room while he's gone. He can clean up her shit.
Just leave her in his room and let him deal with it. Or put a stake in the ground and tie her up outside.

You've tolerated this a lot longer than I would have. That dog or roommate would have been long gone if it were me.
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Might be the roommate with the DirecTV hookup.
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if she had a rough life or if she didn't have food etc she will eat her poop.

My new rescue dog tries to eat his poop or my other dogs poop too.

We believe he was locked in the garage and either struggled for food or tried to clean up his area.

lots of dogs actually do it.

Can't explain the shitting in the house part though as it could be an attention type thing.
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This bitch has had so far from a rough life it's not funny. She's a pampered bitch.
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This bitch has had so far from a rough life it's not funny. She's a pampered bitch.
must be an attention issue then.
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must be an attention issue then.
I feel like I've said that somewhere before
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House training a dog can be an all-day task until they get it, literally following them around the entire day. Smart dogs figure it out quickly, so it's usually not going to take that level of control.

Some things I've done:

- Bells on the door, ring them every time you take the dog out to poop, eventually the dog will ring them when it needs to go
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- As mentioned, clean with the tan bottle of carpet cleaner specifically meant for pets. We never had a repeat in the same spot using this stuff.

Other than that, not much you can do, any dog can be trained but it may take an increasing amount of time commitment from the human(s) to accomplish. Whether you can deal with that or not is a question only you can answer
I was going to say all this, but he's already done it for me.

Your roommate said he's already done the kennel thing, but how big was it? If you can't be there to control what the dog does, then it needs to be in a kennel of the appropriate size or keep it on a 6 ft leash and with whoever at all times. Whether or not it's doing it to spite you, that's debatable and a human emotion placed upon the dog.

Eating poop can also be a sign of it being deficient in something.

The dog shouldn't be shitting 4 times a day. Feed better quality food. Shit food has fillers in it and therefore more shit!
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my roommate has two of them, they are pieces of shit. Worst dogs ever, they are extremely hard to train and he doesn't do anything about it to try and correct them. Good luck.
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