Corgi is 8months plus old. She's been with us since for 4months plus.
We already trained her to pee and poo on the tray. It's school holidays so I do bring her for walks more often and she settles her business downstairs sometimes. We just brought her for sterilization so we couldn't bring her out for walks since her wounds would take 2weeks to fully heal. She starts peeing and pooing out of the tray in the kitchen.
Do not understand why she does that. Is it because she wants us to bring her down for walks ? Or an act of revenge cause she may feel pain during the surgery ?
I can't commit to bringing her for walks like everyday due to busy schedule at school. Do advice. Thanks a lot dog lovers. :)
A corgi needs walks outside several times a day, and lots of excersize. They are really a big dog on little legs. I am assuming you ment you have spayed, and she can go outside as long as the vet stitched or stapled her up. She just can't have a bath, jump, or do hard activity. Peeing outside the box could just be her missing, but I can tell you, if you do not have the time to take her for a walk every day, and play outside with her, she will start destroying your house out of bordum
From the dialog it sounds as if this poster is from Europe, uses words the foreign exchange students use so bear with them if they sound awkward.
Even though she has been sterilized it should be safe to take her outside in the grass to go potty. Corgi's are a bit big to use a tray to go potty on, if she isn't too big yet, she will be eventually especially a Cardi. If you want, make her go potty in short grass so that it doesnt rub her belly and you can wipe her surgery area dry when you come in if you feel it has gotten wet. I just had a Pembroke spayed last week and she has done fine going potty outside for short periods of time. I try to wait until the dew on the grass has dried before I let her out but if it does get wet, I can just wipe her off with a rag.
Has she been trained to stay in a crate? At her age, she should be able to hold it for a fair amount of time before needing to be taken out to potty.