We have got a 2 year old foster dog. She arrived from Greece last Tuesday. I know in Greece she was a sweet, sociable girl. She had a stressful 5 day journey to the uk in a horse lorry with other dogs. Unfortunately the day she arrived it was the storm force gales of last week. Her crate was in the conservatory as that was the only room with access to the garden. We ignored her for a couple of days to allow her to destress, she did not pee or poop in this time which is quite normal according to the charity. In the first couple of days the wind was howling' it knocked something over in the garden twice which scared her. I noticed whilst she would come out her crate for food, whilst eating she'd be worried by all the reflections in the glass. We moved her crate into the hall and she seemed much happier. She has started to play a bit and we have done a little basic training. The problem however is that she will not go into the lounge which leads onto the conservatory and then the garden. She seems very fearful of it. As from yesterday I started to feed her just inside the threshold of the lounge and gradually moved it in a bit further, complete with a massage to stop her running straight back out again. She is definitely Improving daily. This morning however I caught her about to poo on the lounge carpet (yes,she'd gone in there!!), so i said no and encouraged her into the garden, this was more my choice than hers. She did go to the loo out there but couldn't wait to get back in. Now it is as tho she has gone back a few steps. Is there any other positive way I can encourage her and get her to enjoy the lounge, conservatory and garden? We have yet to walk as I was advised against this for at least a week and in all honestly don't think she is ready she!! I have thought of asking a friend with a happy go Lucky lab to come round to the garden...any positive training tips greatly appreciated!!!