Hi there! Hope someone can offer some advise. I have a 10 month old golden retriever pup called Ralphie. Lately I'm having a issue with him either dragging behind or refusing to walk when out and about. The reason he does this is because he needs the toilet. When walking out on the Street, he stops I can tell he needs to go. I'll give him plenty of time. Give him the que I taught him(potty). But he still won't go. He will occasionally go on grass if it's available but the problem is he won't go on the pavement. I live in quite a built up area, and it's mostly pavement walking routes. If he either poops right before we go or we go straight to the park and he does his toilet. He'll walk like an angel. He walk perfectly to heel and illI have no problems. I'm not really sure how to teach him to poop on the pavement? Like I said he has done it in the past and I've praised him loads. But he's never ever peed on the pavement. At home he's fine. He was house potty trained in about a week. Never has any accidents. Just in case your wondering, he's a fantastic boy. Very well behaved, loves all dogs and people. He's very confident & curious When he stops and refues to walk, I've tired getting really enthusiastic and when he starts walking rewarding him. I've tired pretending that he hasn't stopped and continue walking. But that just makes it worse. Any ideas?