Posted by: Fed up | 2009/03/25

Dog pees on every and anything

We have a cross between jack russel and (worshond) Its a male, he is 2 years old. He was house trained, but he always urinates on curtains, couches, and now started to do it on bed. Does not matter who' s bed.

What can I do about this. Rubbing his nose in it and giving him a spank does not work.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Dear Fed up

Dog that has not been neutered pee on things. The sooner you have him neutered the better.

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Posted by: tinkerbell | 2009/03/31

Have them neutered. Also try the repellent, it works. I think at 2yrs old they should be over that.

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Posted by: Eve | 2009/03/30

Try and get " Bob Martin' s"  Pet Repellent Spray. My 2 boys did it aswell, but the spray did seem to help, but you have to keep on spraying the area where they like to have their widdle.
I got them neutered and now I dont have any problem.

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Posted by: Chill | 2009/03/26

Does work - guaranteed. But you have to do it all the time, not only when it' s convenient.

Is he neutered?

Raising a puppy is HARD WORK, and it' s not always a load of fun when it comes to stuff like this.

Have you shut him out of areas where he can' t widdle when you aren' t around?

If I had a dog that peed on beds, then trust me - step 1 would be to keep him out of the bedrooms - no exceptions. Same with lounge - if necessary, he must stay in the kitchen until he' s learned the lessons!

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Posted by: Fed up | 2009/03/26

I have tried that already....doesn' t work.

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Posted by: S | 2009/03/26

I am in exactly the same situation. Have a 1 yr old (worshond) and even taking him outside doesn' t work. Im fed up!

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Posted by: Chill | 2009/03/25

Get him neutered.

Rubbing his nose/hitting, as you so wisely say, does not work.

Keep him away from areas where he shouldn' t widdle, unless you are around - and then, if he does it, pick him up IMMEDIATELY, scold him in a stern voice, and take him outside.

Conversely, if he does widdle outside, tell him how marvellous he is, and praise him.

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