I got a kitten, and placed the box in a hard-to-reach corner thats still cat accessible. It has heavy boxes in the front, a wall in the back and one side, then a huge chest of drawers on the other side (cat goes under that to reach box). Well, my four year old Weimaraner continues to push, shove, and force his way back there to eat out of the box. It's driving me nuts, and it's HIGHLY unhealthy. Not just because of the litter, but because this kitten has a heavy worm load I'm battling. Then he eats the poop the second I'm out of the room! I've tried jumping out at him, shake cans, scolding, and kenneling. He still eats it. He has an automatic feeder FILLED with food (did I mention he constantly eats the cat food too?), he gets plenty of exercise, he's wormed, UTD on shots and Frontline...I'm at an utter loss here. What was honestly the last straw was when I was eating breakfast and he came in and vomited what he just ate onto the carpet. I've been trying and trying with him. My Danex girl tried it ONCE, after ONE scolding she didn't try it again. He's not the brightest cookie in the box, usually he's to 'OMG I LOVE YOU HOW CAN I PLEASE YOU LOVELOVEOMGPLEASEOMGLOVE' to really to much with him. He just can't concentrate past the basic 'sit, lay down, stay, go in your kennel' type commands. He is a loving dog, plays with Hazel well, and he does has potential as a good tracking dog (which is what I'm working with him on currently) he just has issues with focusing. And not eating poop. Any ideas? He's in his kennel again after the latest eat-and-puke episode. I want him to have free roaming privileges of the house, but at the same time I can't follow him around constantly or always make him heel/lay down/sit.