Hey, guys. I have a lovely and super calm 2-year-old Boston Terrier. He’d never caused me any trouble except for the seasonal shedding, which is more than expected for this breed. We are a family of three, just my husband, my son and I, and we live in an apartment which isn’t exactly big but that’s not a pack of sardines either. Two weeks ago we took some days off to visit my mom. She has a country house, super spacious, with this luscious green lawn and a lovely orchard. Not only that. There are three other dogs there, so you can imagine how Beans - that’s my dog - relished the 2 weeks we spent at my mom’s. We came back home yesterday. And that’s why I’ve come to you. Beans is, naturally, a bit depressed. But that’s not the worst: he hasn’t relieved himself in the apartment - which he always had before - once since we arrived. He does so when we walk him, but refuses to use his pee pads. What should we do? I can walk him every time, sure, but I don’t want to condition him to relieving himself outside exclusively, especially because of the weather and all. Plus, I’m certain there must be health implications to not urinating and defecating for hours on end. Please, I really need some guidance here.