Diesel is going to the cat boxes now and eating their poop. I know that dogs do this kinda thing but it can't be good for him and it just plain disgusting. Especially since he's carrying it around the house, then chewing it. Now that I grossed everyone out early in the morning, anyone got ideas on how to stop this? I don't have anywhere to put the boxes up high like I did with the food. Help.
oh that little pup of yours needs grounding..lol my cocker will so the same thing so i just figured since my cat is on the furniture any way i have a spare room and i got a little night stand and put toms litter box up there that way william can't get to it and tom still can! when did you say he starts school again? just wondering becouse i'm about to take a new pup in about two weeks and was also thinking about taking wiiliam too he is or will be two this jan. i think william and diesel could be great trouble makers together
EEEEWWWWWW YUCKYUCK YUCK!!! I hope you figure out a way to stop him UUGG that is soo gross. maybe just crate him when you are not paying attention to him . ever seen those litter boxes that are covered cat goes in and out? or hey what is that one that cleans itsself when the cat goes?
Do you have a dog crate? You can put the litterbox on top so the dog cant get to it, or buy one of those litterboxes with the opening on the very top of the box, its harder for the dogs to get the poop that way. You can get those litterboxes at petsmart. I got two and they work great. goodluck
lol, diesel, "whats an alcove?!?!!? " Don't worry-my house doesn't have any of those fancy rooms, either! Just put the litter box where he doesn't have access to it. I have all our litter boxes in the basement-Maggie doesn't go down there. If you have an unused bathtub, you could also put the litter pan there. (We have 2 bathrooms, but only use the tub in one) Word to the wise-covered litter pans don't prevent the problem. Maggie was just as happy to stick her head UNDER the lid to get to the unmentionables!
i put the main floor litter box in one of the clossets in the master bath...we used to have a gate up..bit Topper has passed now and thankfully no one else has a taste for cat crunchies...the upstairs has 2 boxes...but dogs are not allowed up in the second floor..so..those boxes are safe too..
We put our catbox in the bathroom and installed a cat door at the bottom of the bathroom door. So now the door stays closed to the dog, but the cats can get in and out as they please. Very cheap to do.