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The crate should be just tall enough for her to stand up, and just long enough that her entire body fits end to end.
Keep her in the crate for a couple of hours at a time, then when you let her out, take her straight outside. Have a treat in your pocket for when she does the "right" thing.
Continue in this manner, gradually lengthening the amount of time she's in the crate. This will condition her bladder and bowel. Once she seems to be regulated and in control of her functions, then begin leaving her out of the crate and see what happens.
If she again begins to soil on the floor, tell her, "No!" Then take her outside for a few minutes and put her straight back into the crate for a couple of hours.
Keep in mind that when you are crating her, you are NOT punishing her for soiling on the floor. You are simply training her bladder and bowel.
Good luck, and let us know how it goes. [Ye]
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