5 Simple Ways to Solve Your Dog Peeing Problem!
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- 5 Simple Ways to Solve Your Dog Peeing Problem!
- Step 1. Revisit dog training.
- Step 2. Increase visits to the bathroom
- Step 3. Spot the stimulus Dogs are often triggered to go to the toilet by something in their environment.
- Step 4. Don’t raise your voice or hand By raising your voice or hand to your pooch, you will make them afraid of you.
- Step 5. Keep it clean Ensure you thoroughly clean up any mess properly with a deep penetrating enzyme cleaner.
It can be very frustrating when your pet dog takes to peeing in your home.
In this video, we will discuss 5 simple, yet proven ways on how to stop your dog from peeing in the house!
Step 1. Revisit dog training.
You may have previously trained your dog to pee outside of your home, or you may be starting from scratch; either way, revisit and repeat the steps you took to train your dog where to go to the bathroom.
Step 2. Increase visits to the bathroom
Instead of taking your dog outside to go to the toilet at the usual times, try adding in another few visits in between.
Make sure you always take your dog outside to pee straight after they have had a drink or something to eat, and immediately after they have woken up from a nap.
It could be certain smells or sounds are inducing their desire to go to the bathroom, so have a think about any new sounds, sights and smells you may have introduced to the home and remove one by one to see if this eliminates the issue.
A dog that is scared may end up peeing when they are around you as they feel nervous and afraid. Shouting and hitting your dog may also make them too afraid to even pee in front of you when they are outside the house and in the correct place to go potty, which means they may end up doing it in the house afterward when you are not around.
Not only will this eliminate odors, but it will stop your dog from recognizing the smell of their own pee in the area; as this can encourage them to continue to use this spot.
Rule out medical issues Urinary incontinence can be a sign of urinary tract infection or a more serious illness. If your dog seems unable to stop themselves from going to the bathroom, it could be that they simply cannot control it.
Take your dog to the vet and have them thoroughly checked over.
A simple course of medication may just be the answer you have been looking for. Seek advice from a professional
If you’ve tried everything and are still unable to stop your pet from peeing in the house, then you may have great success taking your dog to a professional trainer or behavioral therapist.
Whatever happens, please don’t give up on your dog!