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Can you tell me what you are using and how you are cleaning up after her?
how did you train the other dogs to go outside?
I was waitinig on a response to my information request, but don't want you to not have an answer either. The most common reasons for previously house trained dogs to start eliminating in the house when another dog is doing so is due to improper cleaning. You need to use a enzymatic cleaner and let it soak into the area where the urine and other bodily fluids were. Urine travels through carpet down to padding and when it hits the subflooring it spreads out. You clean the surface and the smell lingers underneath drawing other dogs there to eliminate. Cleaning well with the enzymatic cleaner may stop their eliminating inside with just that thorough cleaning of any area you know has been eliminated on.
You might get the special light at the hardware store that pinpoints urine stains. If that doesn't completely correct the issue, you may have to house train each of them again but it will be very quick since they have already been trained previously.
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