You may have gotten a good chuckle from reading the title of this article. However, if you’ve ever stood outside in the rain waiting for your dog to do his doody, you know that this is actually a very serious topic. Learning how to make a dog poop quickly isn’t difficult, but it will take time and a lot of patience.
You can’t poop on command, and neither can your dog. Just because it’s convenient for you to take your dog outside to do his business before you go to work, doesn’t mean it’s the most convenient time for him to take a number 2.
Whether it’s inclement weather, a very busy schedule or just impatience that has brought you to this article, you’re here to learn how to make a dog poop quickly. It’s really a simple process, but it won’t happen overnight. Before you learn how to do this, you need to be aware that this process will take weeks, possible even months.
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How To Make A Dog Poop Quickly
The information in this article is NOT for pet owners with a dog that is constipated or has any type of medical condition that effects his bowels. If your dog is having trouble pooping, you need to seek veterinary care.
The best case scenario is constipation, but a more serious health condition is also possible. Forcing your dog to try to have a bowel movement if he is constipated or there is an obstruction could do irreversible damage to his body.
1. Find a quiet place
Would you like to use the bathroom with someone watching you? Your dog doesn’t want to either! Like us, dogs want a quiet, private place to do their business. Unlike us, they usually don’t have that.
Think about things from your dog’s point of view. Quite often when he’s trying to go to the bathroom he is hearing strange noises and picking up interesting smells. There is probably someone watching him most of the time too. How would you like to use the bathroom under these circumstances?
Find a quiet spot for your dog to use the bathroom. Try to find a place…