There’s a lot of debate amongst dog owners whether or not to crate your dog, but if you’ve ever cratered, you know that it can be incredibly uncomfortable and stressful. There are a lot of reasons to crate, but let’s face it – it’s not going to make your dog poop in his crate any more than he would if you had him in a kennel or enclosed apartment.

But there is a reason why your dog will poop in his crate and it’s not because he’s happy to leave it all to you. It’s that his pee-pee is all over the place, and that he’s so excited about this new adventure that he’s pooping everywhere. And his pee-pee is usually a mixture of poop, kibble, and the occasional wee, so it’s easy for the dog to do it in the crate.

Thats what the dog is doing to his own poop. This has nothing to do with the dog’s happiness or lack of happiness. In fact, the reason why your dog poops in his crate is pretty much the same reason why you would do the same thing. You are using your dog as a toilet. It doesn’t matter whether he is happy about it or not.

In the video, we see our intrepid dog, who is clearly a fan of the new game, peeking through the door of his crate. He then proceeds to poo all over himself in the crate. I guess we’re supposed to feel sorry for him.

This is the same reason why dogs pee on you when they are feeling very, very uncomfortable. In fact, this is the same reason why if you have ever told your dog you were not feeling well and he has just pooped all over your foot, he will then continue to pee on your foot until you are able to get him to stop.

The same thing is true with cats and dogs. They are animals that are very sensitive to odors and very good at detecting them. If they smell like something, they will pee on it.

That is why there are so many pet urine collection devices which are designed to allow you to remove the poop from your pet. Because of this, I’ve noticed more and more people are starting to put their dogs and cats in these urine collection devices. I know this because I am guilty of this myself. Recently, I noticed a neighbor’s cat in a urine collection device. I told her it was a pet pee collection device, but she said it was just the same as a pet pee bottle.

This isn’t the first case I’ve heard of this. One of my friends is a dog groomer and has told me that whenever he goes to a groomer for a trim or a cut, he always asks the groomer for his dog’s urine sample.

I don’t know about you, but when I think of urine samples, I think of pee. I also never thought that it made sense to collect pee from a pet. Why wouldn’t you just put it in a bottle and throw that away? It seems so silly to me.

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