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Older dog suddenly peeing and defecating in house
We have a 6 year old corgi/terrier mix. We moved to a new house in August, and ever since then she has started peeing and pooing in the house-always the same places (there are like 5). At first it was once in a while, but now it has increased to several times a day. We can let her outside, and she will literally go somewhere and pee almost immediately afterward. I work during the day and we have a babysitter at the house, I know she lets her outside, but probably does not have time to monitor her. I feel bad putting her in a crate or trapping her somewhere during the day at this point in her life. Does anyone have any ideas why she might be doing this? And even better, how to stop it.