Ok Tidus (puggle), is now a year old. He is on a system where he tells me when he needs to go or when I can tell he needs to when he stares at me. But at night even if I try to lock him inside my room, which is away from his regular indoor potty spot under my table, he will go in my room. I am getting fed-up with this. I have tried to wake up early in the morning to walk him yet, if he feels like it he will leave me a present. There is no schedule to him and I try to keep to one. I want to just keep him in the cage at night and see if I can just leave him in there all nihgt (he will whine for hours and I am NOT exaggerating) but I need him to change. He is becoming more of a burden to me than a lovable family member. Please can someone tell me a great way to start to teach him that the cage is where he sleeps?