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    All mine are house dogs (other than when they are at the trainer). No dog hair to sweep up - the one advantage of poodles.

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    Not that I've ever noticed...
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    yes, it always makes some accidents thought...

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    I train strictly field trial all my dogs are in kennels I have heard some positive feed back on keeping ur advanced dogs in the house I’ve never tried it but when my dogs come out of the pin they are ready to work. Just my thoughts on it. I’m sure as my dogs get out of formal training and competition we will turn them into pets. Everything I have at this time is 2 years and under.

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    My dogs get to come in and lay down after dinner. They sleep in the garage in there crates. The rest of the time they have free roam of the back yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by stifler View Post
    Just curious, do most of you let your dog in the house?
    Where else would you keep them ?
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    Yes and no.

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