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My dear JRT, eight year old Emily came to be part of our household in Spring of this year. We are very aged, my husband and I but love her dearly and she sleeps with us at night. She is a treasure but where she had lived before, she was outdoors with another dog and not housebroken. I started a routine of taking her outdoors an hour after her two meals a day and it worked quite well. The last few nights, I took her for her long walk. We have tons of snow right now in N.W. Vermont but we are on a farm in the country and it is very enjoyable taking her out. She urinates when we go out but the last two nights, I have walked for about 45 minutes with her but no way did she produce #2. She loves to snuffle in the snow so that is not stopping her but she acts as if she is hunting instead of doing her business. I am very active (though old) but there are limits.
Can anyone clue me into what Emily is thinking?