Dogs poop in the house for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons include: Inappropriate potty training.
If your dog was not properly potty trained as a puppy, start by taking them outside to the same spot every few hours. Praise them when they go to the bathroom outside.
Punishing your dog for accidents. This will only make your dog afraid to go to the bathroom in front of you, and it may make them more likely to have accidents in secret.
Be patient. It may take some time to stop your dog from pooping in the house, so be patient and consistent with your training. Be positive.
Understand that medical conditions like gastrointestinal problems, urinary tract infections, or digestive disorders can cause dogs to poop indoors.
Inconsistent housetraining could be a reason for your dog's indoor accidents. Reinforce proper housetraining techniques and be consistent with scheduled bathroom breaks.
Dogs may resort to pooping indoors due to anxiety or stress. Identify potential triggers, such as changes in routine and provide a calm and secure environment for your dog.