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sorry not the best way to start the day, wonder if anyone has any ideas, sasha has started doing a poo on the floor a lot of mornings just before i get up, she even barked 1 morning to tell me i thought that she wanted to go out, but no she had already done it, she doesnt have an upset tummy, she has been dry and clean for months now, it all seems to have come out of the blue, i take her out last thing at night and she does her business, so im now at a loose as to whats going on, she does seem to be doing it in the same place most of the days, any advise would be great
 

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I would clean the spot really well with something like Natures Miracle. Maybe for a couple of days you can get up and take her out again in the middle of the night. One thing that might help is more walking and playtime in the evening to get things moving.
 

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Also, anything change like the time you feed her? You might want to try getting up a couple of hours earlier and take her out, if you can go back to sleep after she's done.
 

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sorry not the best way to start the day, wonder if anyone has any ideas, sasha has started doing a poo on the floor a lot of mornings just before i get up, she even barked 1 morning to tell me i thought that she wanted to go out, but no she had already done it, she doesnt have an upset tummy, she has been dry and clean for months now, it all seems to have come out of the blue, i take her out last thing at night and she does her business, so im now at a loose as to whats going on, she does seem to be doing it in the same place most of the days, any advise would be great
Is it solid or loose? If it's loose I would advise getting her checked for a parasite and/or switching foods.

It if it's solid I suggest feeding her earlier and allowing her to digest and use the bathroom while you are still up and can take her out.

Do you take her out right before you go to bed?
 
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