Q: We have two cats and a dog. When we moved into our new condo, the older cat started peeing under the windows and by the front door. She could see other cats outside so we figure maybe it was territorial. In order to stop the peeing, we put a litter box by the front door. It’s constantly cleaned, but the idea is unsavory to some people. She’s a picky cat and won’t go in anything with a cover or flap, so it’s just an open box. Problem two is that the dog eats her feces, and there is no way to keep him out of the box other then being aware when the cat relieves itself and swooping in to quickly clean the mess. We’re hoping the pet behaviorists can help. We have decided that the lingering smell and damage of cat pee takes precedent over our dog eating “kitty treats” but know that this behavior is not good for him and, quite frankly, makes us sick.