Dog suddenly peeing in house

Dog suddenly peeing in house

I’ve only owned our house for about 2 years now and my dog has only been in the house about 6 months. So far, she hasn’t been a problem. We’ve been on a bit of a vacation and have been home only a few days. She pees in the house on occasion but has never really been bad about it. The last few nights I’ve noticed the urine smell has really gotten strong and I think she pees in the house more than she used to. We’ve done some house training and I haven’t seen any improvements. I think she may have a bladder problem. How can I figure out what the problem is?

First of all, you need to do some detective work. The first step is a smell test. Check the house for urine and see if there’s a smell. If there is, then it could be your dog. If you don’t smell any urine, it could be a neighbor or the mailman. Or, it could be an outside odor.

Next, have you cleaned recently? Do you keep any areas of your home such as the kitchen and bathrooms very clean? It’s possible your dog is confused about what your home smells like. And, it’s possible you are confusing her.

The next step is to try and find the source of the odor. If you have a dog that loves to smell and will smell any type of odor, check the outside of your home. Make sure there is no urine from any outside animals, such as cats.

The last step is to find out if there are any odor issues when you are at home. If you are home and the dog is acting odd and has a strong urine smell, take her out to the yard. If it smells bad, you will see if she needs to go out. But, if it smells good, that’s good.

If you don’t know how to do any of this, you need to find a trainer, such as an APDT trainer, who is able to help you with this issue. I’m happy to assist you with all of this. But, I do need a phone call or two.

What do you think? Is my dog a “problem”? Or, can I get her back to the way she was before?

I recently had a problem with my dog peeing in my house on a regular basis. She has always been good about going outside when she goes. I was very surprised to see a few days ago that she went to the bathroom in the house. I immediately got in the house and saw her right next to her water bowl. I immediately sprayed her with some “pee break” and she went right back outside. I went outside and looked at the water bowl. It looked like she had used it. I immediately cleaned it. The next morning, I noticed that she was not in the house at all. She was with me all day.

So, my questions are: 1) did I overreact and go to far? 2) if I did, how do I handle it when the next time I notice she is in the house, do I spray her and make her go out? 3) should I be concerned that she went to the bathroom in the house? 4) should I be worried that she may be going to the bathroom outside?

I’m not a pro, but I’ve trained for 5 years so I think I can help you with this.

The first step, as I have said a few times, is a smell test. You need to walk around the house and see if there is any urine smell. If you do smell it, then you need to know if it’s your dog, if it’s a neighbor, or if it’s the mailman.

You will need to do some detective work to figure out if it is your dog and what the cause is.

I suggest that you clean the house thoroughly and make sure that there are no outside smells.

When your dog goes to the bathroom, make sure you can spot him and get him to you right away. Then, you need to do what you want to do. I know that some of your questions are “how”. But, as a trainer, I need to know what you want to do when you find him. For example, if you spray him, do you need to keep him from going back in the house?

If you don’t know how to handle any of these situations, you should find a trainer that can help you with this.

First of all, I’d like to say that I think this is a great question. Many people have problems with their dogs, like yours.

I’m going to assume that you’ve already read my answers to questions similar to this one.

A few of you have mentioned that you are not sure how to handle this problem. That’s the first thing to know.

A lot of dogs have problems with going to the bathroom in the house. Many of them have problems with peeing outside.

That’s one of the reasons I don’t recommend keeping them outside most of the time. The outdoor temperatures don’t help. The inside temperatures are way too comfortable.

And, what about if they have an accident in the house?

So, the main problem is that they can’t figure out if it’s ok to go in the house or not. And, they can’t figure out if it’s ok to stay in the house or not.

I’m going to suggest you do some detective work. Start with the smell test. Make sure there is no urine smell. If there is, then I recommend that you find the dog and bring her outside. Then, you need to put her back in the house and wait to see what happens.

If it happens again, bring her outside again

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